Infinet Wireless has made a number of new landmark implementation agreements across the African and Latin American markets.
The company’s CEO Dmitry Okorokov and Technical Support Engineer Ludovic Takam reached agreements with leaders from firms based in Algeria, Bolivia, Cameroon, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria and South Africa.
In particular, an announced agreement with Cameroon’s Camtel will see the operator create a pilot zone to modernise and expand the existing Camtel telecommunications infrastructure using Infinet equipment. A meeting with the Minister of Information Communication Technology and Courier Services of the Republic of Zimbabwe also resulted in an agreement on the implementation of joint projects.
“Infinet has been represented in the African market for a long time, so we are therefore familiar with the specifics of doing business with our specialised clients: telecom operators and Internet providers,” said Okorokov.
“African countries are of particular interest to Infinet because the continent is one of the most promising and fast-growing markets. Key areas for us are security and building a modern telecommunications infrastructure. Infinet is ready to offer its competencies in this area through a range of tried and tested products suitable for the African environment,” Okorokov added.