Fixed wireless access and Wi-Fi on the move

11 May 2021

Wherever you live, the average broadband speed requirement continues to rise and fibre access is arguably still the go-to option. It makes complete sense, when one considers its high bandwidth performance, low latency and maintenance, as well as durability.

Of course, copper and fibre deployment for better broadband service is not always an upgrade option. Reasons include the fact that municipal regulations can make fibre trenching prohibitive, lower population densities in rural markets often harm the fibre business case return on investment (ROI), while buildings or things of natural beauty may prevent the installation of fibre regardless of how much money has been made available.

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Last mile unit is easy to disguise

09 February 2021

This new wireless device from Infinet Wireless is said to be ideal to supply a last mile service to businesses and homes and for CCTV.

The Quanta 5-18, the latest in the company’s range, is claimed to deliver an industry-first throughput of up to 460 Mbit/s in just 40 MHz of spectrum with lower power consumption and easy installation.

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Wireless products find the best connection

09 February 2021

New Wi-Fi 6 devices from Nokia are said to be the first self-optimising mesh products.  They use EasyMesh, as certified by the Wi-Fi Alliance.

The new products include fibre gateways, 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) gateways and mesh Wi-Fi beacons. The company’s Wi-Fi mesh middleware is embedded in their operating systems to automatically and autonomously solves any issues with performance, including interference and congestion.

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Get together when you’re apart with Barco

09 February 2021

Two companies have combined products to create all-in-one wireless video conferencing.

Barco’s ClickShare Conference, its wireless conferencing product, has been combined with Logitech’s Video Collaboration products for conference sizes ranging from huddle rooms to large meeting areas.

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