Yaoundé - 16 November 2019 -

Camtel turns to Russian Infinet Wireless for the modernization of its infrastructures

Camtel turns to Russian Infinet Wireless for the modernization of its infrastructures
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(Business in Cameroon) - Camtel, Cameroon's incumbent telecommunications operator, has chosen the technologies of the Russian company Infinet Wireless, which provides carrier-class wireless network infrastructure solutions, for the modernization and extension of its telecommunications infrastructures. In that regard, an agreement was signed between the two parties in Sochi, Russia, at the Russia-Africa Summit held on October 23-24, 2019.

A pilot zone will be created where Camtel will test Infinet Wireless products.

According to Infinet Wireless’ CEO Dmitry Okorokov, Africa is of growing interest to the technology company in view of the many economic forecasts that make the continent one of the most promising markets for rapid growth.

The key areas for us are security and the development of a modern telecommunications infrastructure. Infinet is ready to offer its expertise in this field through a range of proven products adapted to the African environment,” he said.

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