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Nextivity’s Trade-In Boosts SAs Businesses with QUATRA 4000e

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Vusi Melane
Vusi Melane
Staff Writer

Nextivity, available in South Africa through specialized distributor Duxbury Networking, has unveiled an innovative trade-in program for the local channel. Customers can now exchange their current CEL-FI QUATRA 1000/2000 devices for the state-of-the-art QUATRA 4000e.

Challenges of poor network coverage

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Business Development Manager for Duxbury Networking, Tobie van Schalkwyk, says “Spotty cellular coverage, poor voice quality, dropped calls, and dead zones remain a significant challenge in the South African corporate environment.”

“The Nextivity CEL-FI QUATRA range is an Active Distributed Antenna System- DAS Hybrid that has been designed to solve this problem. It is an affordable, all-digital solution to provide uniform, high-quality cellular signal throughout a building, and is scalable to the size needed. This has resulted in many businesses across industry sectors adopting the QUATRA 1000 and 2000 devices when they launched several years ago.” he adds

Improved connectivity and coverage solution

The QUATRA 4000e stands as Nextivity’s latest advancement, crafted to meet the escalating need for dependable and extensive in-building cellular coverage. Unlike its predecessors, which could only handle one or two carriers, it supports up to four carriers simultaneously. This expanded carrier support extends its reach to a wider customer base, thereby enhancing service levels for end-users.

van Schalkwyk adds that “Additionally, unlike older analogue boosters that feature passive DAS technology, the QUATRA 4000e delivers a cellular signal that is up to a thousand times stronger. The system uses category cabling for radio frequencies and Power over Ethernet. There is no signal attenuation right to the perimeter of the building. It just makes business sense to move over to the QUATRA 4000e.”

All deployed versions of the QUATRA 1000 and 2000 devices in the field are eligible for trade-in at a Duxbury channel partner. However, this opportunity is time-sensitive, with a deadline set for December 31 of this year.

“Choosing to upgrade to the Quatra 4000e is not just an upgrade in hardware. It is an investment in the future of connectivity for the organisation. The enhanced capabilities ensure that channel partners can offer the best possible service to their clients, securing their position in the market as providers of cutting-edge technology solutions while companies have the benefit of accessing the most advanced connectivity tools available in the market,” concludes van Schalkwyk.

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