NAIROBI -- PRESS RELEASE -- Canon Central and North Africa announces its participation at the East Africa COM on May 14 - 15, 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya.
In it’s 16th year, East Africa Com is the premier strategic event for telecoms, media and technology (TMT) leaders in East Africa, attracting over 800 leading industry professionals, all coming together to learn and develop relationships. Some of the hottest TMT topics are explored in the two day conference, as well as the opportunity to recognise individuals and companies within the industry in the East Africa Com Awards.
Canon's participation in this technology event is part of its strategy to support its customers in their digital transformation while keeping security at the heart of its concerns. In an increasingly complex and competitive market, this promise makes proximity to the customer a central element. Get first-hand experience on Canon professional Full HD network camera for low light shooting & Full HD colour video in almost total darkness plus networking and remote-control capability for critical surveillance applications.
This exhibition is also an opportunity to discover the latest innovations from Canon, and interact with Canon's teams, who will have the pleasure of welcoming you to their stand (14). The following Canon team members will be available to engage on various topics related to customer satisfaction monitoring:
Ameur Allag – Business Developer – Canon Central and North Africa
Parag Kauangal – Sales Manager – Canon Central and North Africa
With the trend to extreme cellular capacities, new generations of advanced antennas have evolved, adding new possibilities and claiming crucial roles in building efficient 5G networks.
This webinar looks at the key network infrastructure decisions that mobile operators will need to make as they place their 5G plans, with a particular focus on the latest antenna technology and the benefits of beamforming.
It looks at:
How spectrum, land topography and traffic affect your 5G RAN designs.
The rise of beamforming antennas: why, which, when and where?
Under the hood: building a Massive MIMO beamforming antenna.