Intracom Telecom has signed a new deal with Sudanese ISP Maxnet to supply its WiBAS wireless access systems.
The project is expected to be complete by 2025, with Intracom Telecom delivering the latest generation of its WiBAS-Connect Terminals and OSDR Hubs as well as a Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) wireless system capable of connecting up to 120 subscribers to a base station sector. In addition, the firm will provide Maxnet with uni|MS, its network lifecycle management and automation system.
As it pursues its network modernisation strategy, Maxnet is aiming to replace unlicensed band radios and older technology and infrastructure as it expands its network coverage and performance.
Intracom Telecom has provided its WiBAS technology to Maxnet since 2021, building a pioneering PMP network for the banking sector in Sudan, and upgrading connectivity for top residential and enterprise customers in the country. The network is interoperable and compatible with company’s latest technology, the WiBAS G5, which is expected to be included in the deliveries.
Elrashied Abdalla Mahmoud, Maxnet General Manager, stated: “WiBAS has enabled Maxnet to provide broadband connectivity with growing capacity demands at high speed and quality of service. Our customers are very happy & satisfied with MaxNet services, and we are very grateful to Intracom Telecom for their support.”
John Tenidis, Marketing Director of Intracom Telecom's wireless solutions portfolio, added: “Our WiBAS technology provides the highest capacity in the industry, the best radio technology for uninterrupted service and the widest set of networking functions to meet Maxnet’s strict list of requirements.”