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Air Connect: Wireless Connectivity for SA Businesses

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CMC Networks, has launched its Air Connect solution, delivering wireless connectivity to businesses across South Africa. Air Connect, a Wireless to the Business (WTTB) solution, ensures reliable, high-speed connectivity and business continuity, even in some of the world’s most challenging environments. 

Delivering Wireless Connectivity 

CMCAir Connect offers reliable connectivity across diverse South African landscapes, including rural areas and rugged terrain, using radio waves. This wireless solution eliminates the expenses and deployment challenges of wired connections like fibre, providing flexibility with speeds ranging from 5Mbps to 500Mbps+ to meet various business needs.

“Air Connect is a very exciting solution for us, and a real game-changer for our customers in South Africa,” said Marisa Trisolino, CEO at CMC Networks. “Our aim is to power the next era of digital adoption across Africa, and Air Connect is a huge step forward in doing so. It provides our customers with a wider selection of connectivity options to add redundancy to their networks, helping to keep their businesses up and running no matter the circumstances.”

With a service level objective (SLO) of 3 to 10 days, Air Connect can be installed quickly, making it useful for customers awaiting a fibre build. It serves as a rapid temporary deployment to minimize network downtime and can act as an active backup after fibre rollouts in a software-defined wide-area network (SD-WAN) overlay deployment, enhancing network resilience, redundancy, and uptime.

Geoff Dornan, CTO at CMC Networks, highlighted Air Connect’s scalability to fit customers’ unique business needs, emphasizing rapid installation, high-speed connectivity, increased network uptime, and reliability. He noted the company’s commitment to expanding its portfolio to meet customers’ changing requirements, ensuring they can achieve their business objectives without delays caused by connectivity issues.

With over 3 decades of innovation in Africa, CMC Networks boasts the largest pan-African network, servicing 51 out of 54 countries in Africa and 12 countries in the Middle East. Additionally, it has regional hubs in key interconnect locations across Europe, the Americas, and the Asia-Pacific.

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