POSTED BY M10 Collective | Nov, 30, 2018 |

Powertec Telecommunications have solved mobile coverage issues for buildings up to 46,000sqm by developing the Cel-Fi Quatra, a system that is set to revolutionise the Australian mobile coverage industry.

Providing an innovative, affordable connectivity solution for ‘middleprise’ buildings Cel-Fi QUATRA is an Active DAS Hybrid that provides uniform, high quality mobile signal throughout a building.

Scalable to the size needed and a coverage lifeline for businesses in middleprise spaces, from 900sqm to 46,000sqm, Cel-Fi QUATRA is a self-configuring system built on award-winning Cel-Fi Smart Signal Boosterâ technology.

The tech differentiates itself from typical DAS systems by cutting lengthy installation times to a matter of days by eliminating much of the complexity associated with delivering in-building coverage.

QUATRA can be deployed within days (compared to months, typical of other solutions) and at a price point that meets the middleprise budget.

Australian-born, telecommunications distributor, Powertec Telecommunications, is releasing this ‘connect and go’ option, which is now approved for use on an Australian carrier, with the plan to roll out to other mobile operators in the near future.

Unlike analog boosters and passive DAS technology, the all-digital QUATRA is guaranteed network safe, delivers a cellular signal that is up to 1000x stronger, uses CAT5e cabling and Power over Ethernet, with no signal attenuation right to the perimeter of a building. 

“This is an incredible leap forward in choice for the ‘middleprise’ sector, where an expensive DAS solution was previously the only option,” said Powertec’s Product Manager, Paul Boyce. 

“We anticipate that this solution could offer an eighty percent cost saving for various sectors, including medical, education, retail, hospitality and more.”

For more information on Powertec Telecommunications and Cel-Fi QUATRA, visit the website: www.powertec.com.au

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