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HFCL launches indigenously developed Wi-Fi solutions catering to Indian environment

Telecom infrastructure provider, HFCL has launched its Next Generation Wi-Fi technology products and solutions under its Brand – IO.

HFCL says that its latest Wi-Fi product can meet the global and Indian Wi-Fi network demand. Its IO Networks are globally benchmarked with features of Next-Gen technologies across all products that include Access Points (AP), Unlicensed Band Radio (UBR), Wireless LAN Controller (WLC), Element Management System (EMS), Cloud Network Management System (CNMS).

Speaking at the launch of IO Networks, Mahendra Nahata, the Managing Director, said, “The world is in the middle of a new connected order, where technology is changing the way we interact, consume and share knowledge. Being connected in real-time is a necessity and data-efficient solutions are the need of the hour.”

Nahata says that his company’s IO is a platform that aims to bring in efficiency and intelligence to mobility and assist global citizens to use the most advanced Wi-Fi technology products & solutions while keeping a sharp focus on security and safety.

The complete network solution is based on latest and upcoming international standards as a results of the Company’s own R&D initiatives which have fully designed, developed and manufactured the solution in India with full IPR ownership residing with the Company in India.

Jitendra Chaudhary, President – Business Development, quoted, “We are excited about the launch as we understand the need of the market and the growth potential it offers. India with its strong focus on Make in India and Digital India, is entering the next phase of growth, and with IO Networks we are placed at a point in time to maximize this potential. IO Networks is our answer to a reliant Wi-Fi technology that will provide intelligent data utilization and drive last mile connectivity in the country.”