Networking vendor Axilspot launches operations in the MEA

Networking vendor Axilspot launches operations in the MEA
Bruce Zhou: "With the arrival of 4G+ technologies in the region, end users want lightning fast mobile experiences."
Published: 12 December 2016 - 3:44 a.m.
By: CommsMEA staff writer

Axilspot, an enterprise wireless networking vendor has launched its operations in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region. As part of its expansion plans, the company will appoint reputed distributors and strengthen its channel network by on-boarding partners across the region.

Axilspot offers state-of-the-art enterprise wireless connectivity solutions including wireless access points, bridges, base station, enterprise WLAN management platforms and PoE switches to name a few. Its patented multi-beam smart selection array system called Rscan, is known to reduce interference, and allow high transmission speeds, and successfully manages hundreds of concurrent users and offers precise location based service (LBS).

"The Middle East and Africa has some of the fastest growing mobility growth rates as well as state of the art service provider technologies. With the arrival of 4G+ technologies in the region, end users want the same lightning fast mobile experiences available from service providers inside their offices, homes and in some public places too. Rscan, the Axilspot patented antenna array technology, fitted into all of our products, allows end users to experience the fastest wireless networking transmission speeds with minimum drop outs and line of sight interference," said Bruce Zhou, CEO, Axilspot.

“We are very confident of high levels of our business growth in this region, along with our prospective channel partners," he added.

Over the next few months, Axilspot plans to offer high speed wireless connectivity to different industry verticals and will unveil its entire range of WLAN solutions for the MEA region.



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