Telrad Networks to work on iWayAfrica’s 4G network in Kenya

World Bank Photo Collection computers UgandaiWayAfrica delivers wireless service to over 67,000 business subscribers and more than 20,000 consumer subscribers across Sub-Saharan Africa. (Image source: World Bank)Pan-Africa telecom operator iWayAfrica has selected Telrad Networks to upgrade its WiMAX networks to TD-LTE technology in Nairobi, Kenya

WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) is a wireless communications standard designed to provide 30mbps to 40mbps data rates.

TD-LTE (Time Division Long Term Evolution) is a 4G telecommunications technology.

iWayAfrica said that it will bring its connectivity to their growing base of business subscribers in Nairobi. The company also plans to expand its services in sub-Saharan region.

Ken Munyi, managing director of iWayAfrica, said, “We’re very excited to bring Telrad Networks’ advanced technology to our region. Telrad Networks has helped us with a master plan to upgrade our system in a way that leverages our current network, while taking strategic steps toward LTE.”

The upgraded network of iWayAfrica will offer scalability that will help the company increase customer satisfaction, expand its customer base and maximise its return on investment, added Munyi.

According to Ran Bukshpan, CEO at Telrad Networks, Telrad Networks’ solutions will complement iWayAfrica’s portfolio by bringing scalability and reliability, allowing them to satisfy their growing customer demand.

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