Johannesburg, 29 Jan 2024
Duxbury Networking, the South African distributor of Nextivity intelligent cellular coverage solutions, has announced the latest Nextivity products tailored to the unique needs of the South African market.
"At Duxbury, we understand the importance of reliable cellular connectivity across various sectors in South Africa. The latest Nextivity solutions reflect our commitment to bridging connectivity gaps with advanced, efficient and adaptable technology. These solutions represent a leap forward in ensuring seamless communication in both professional and personal settings,” says Tobie van Schalkwyk, Business Unit Manager at Duxbury Networking.
Nextivity CEL-FI QUATRA is an innovative in-building cellular solution range designed for middleprise buildings. These systems address the challenge of poor cellular in-building coverage with an advanced, all-digital approach, providing up to three times the coverage footprint compared to traditional methods.
CEL-FI QUATRA solutions are scalable, carrier-approved and ensure uniform, high-quality cellular signals. This technology is particularly important for the local market by offering corporates a cost-effective, easy-to-install alternative that enhances connectivity in various enterprise settings. The QUATRA 4000e is a multi-carrier solution while the QUATRA EVO is a single or two-carrier solution.
The CEL-FI CONNECT C41 Smart Signal Repeater is a self-install cellular coverage solution designed for small offices, retail spaces and homes. It addresses poor cellular coverage by enhancing 3G and 4G signals for reliable calling and streaming.
The CONNECT C41 features an easy plug-and-play set-up, Nextivity's proprietary IntelliBoost chip for optimal performance and compatibility with the CEL-FI WAVE app for network operator switching and performance monitoring. This solution is ideal for ensuring consistent connectivity in smaller spaces, significantly improving user experience in the digital age.
The CEL-FI GO products are versatile cellular coverage solutions designed for vehicles, marine and indoor spaces. It boosts 3G and 4G mobile signals in areas with poor reception, ensuring consistent connectivity. Products available support three-carrier and single-carrier, with a 5G option also available.
CEL-FI GO products provide both indoor and outdoor smart signal booster capabilities, making it ideal for use in commercial properties, government buildings, agricultural settings, small manufacturing operations, rural areas, businesses and large homes for up to 1 500m2.
Expanding on the GO range is the CEL-FI ROAM R41 mobile coverage solution for vehicles, trucks and boats. It enhances cellular connectivity on the go, ensuring stable signal for calls and data. The R41 is a critical tool for professionals and individuals who travel frequently in areas with spotty cellular reception.
The system’s low-profile design allows users to install it discretely under any seat, while its rugged frame offers trusted durability, so people and crews can keep their connection – improving productivity and safety.
"Our partnership with Nextivity allows us to offer state-of-the-art solutions that enhance connectivity and reshape the way South Africans experience mobile communication in their daily lives,” concludes Van Schalkwyk.
Since its formation in 1984 by CEO, Graham Duxbury, Duxbury Networking has embraced ongoing technological changes within the ICT sector in order to provide its customers with access to the latest trends and solutions. Satisfying the evolving and diverse needs of its customer base is achieved through an emphasis on sourcing cost-effective, high-quality products from carefully selected local and international vendors. Aligned with this is the provision of uncompromising technical support, which is possible due to an extensive investment in the training and upskilling of its team. The company is driven to take an active role in reshaping and redefining the South African digital landscape in its mission to help its customers build a network that will support current and future technologies.