InfiNet Wireless has announced that it has been selected by MaxNET, a privately owned telecoms operator in Sudan, to provide comprehensive broadband services to its corporate customers, using wireless technologies in the 3GHz and 5GHz frequency bands. MaxNET was established in 2007 as a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) in Sudan, initially offering subscribers fixed WiMAX network services in Khartoum and other major cities in the country. It serves a variety of industry sectors including government entities, oil and gas operators, enterprise and financial institutions. The operator selected the InfiNet range of point-to-point (PTP) and point-to-multipoint (PMP) solutions to cater for its growth needs whilst improving customer satisfaction. The InfiLINK 2×2 offers multiple solutions for an all IP-based application, providing greater effective throughput, increased link availability and operating distances in both line-of-site (LOS) and near-line-of-site (NLOS) conditions, while the InfiMAN 2×2 is based on a number of high speed IP base stations and subscriber terminals (CPEs), providing high sector capacity and field-upgradeability to 280Mbps.
Commenting on the deal, Kamal Mokrani, vice president at InfiNet Wireless, said: ‘We have been working with MaxNET for a number of years now and are proud to be the chosen wireless technology partner, supporting its needs and requirements in its effort to expand its network and give increased capacity and reliability to business and enterprise customers across Sudan’s major cities.’