Nextivity chooses RFI as distribution partner
Cel-Fi QUATRA, an active DAS Hybrid solution, will be distributed by RFI. The company will also be distributing the Cel-FI GO range of industrial and mobile coverage repeaters in the Australian market.
Spotty cellular coverage, poor voice quality, dropped calls and dead zones continue to plague employees and visitors in business venues. As an all-digital solution that provides uniform, high-quality cellular signals throughout a building, and is scalable to the size needed, Cel-Fi QUATRA solves this problem. Cel-Fi QUATRA solves coverage issues for 3G/4G/LTE voice and data applications in spaces up to 500,000 square feet.
“The Cel-Fi QUATRA from Nextivity perfectly complements our significant in-building solutions portfolio,” said Scott Magee, CEO of RFI.
“There is tremendous potential in the Australian market and we are pleased to introduce this game-changing solution from Nextivity to our telecommunications partners, installers and system integrators.”
Cel-Fi QUATRA is designed to improve indoor signal coverage without any risk of interference on the mobile network and can be installed in just days (compared to months typical of other solutions). This solution is also delivered at a price point that meets a small to medium-size enterprise budget.
The easy-to-deploy Cel-Fi QUATRA has been installed in a range of applications, including apartment complexes, hospitals, corporate offices, hotels and manufacturing plants.
RFI will also be supplying the Cel-Fi GO range for industrial and mobile applications. The Cel-Fi GO Smart Repeaters boost and distribute cellular signals within a building. These solutions support 3G/4G/4GX LTE voice and data applications, featuring industry-leading 70 dB system gain.
Cel-Fi GO Stationary is a smart signal repeater, suitable for use in homes, businesses, commercial properties, government buildings, agricultural settings, small manufacturing operations and rural areas.
The Cel-Fi GO Mobile smart signal repeater is designed for mobile applications including trucks, vehicles, RVs and boats.
RFI will be releasing additional information on the Cel-Fi GO range in the coming months.
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