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By dylan • April 21, 2016

Infrastructure Networks to Present at Entelec 2017 Conference

Representatives from Infrastructure Networks will be presenting at the Entelec 2017 Conference, April 25th-27th. The presentation, entitled “Displace CAPEX & OPEX with LTE Technology and FastL2 Carrier Ethernet Connectivity” will be a discussion on the future of machine-to-machine technology and enabling solutions in the era of the internet of things. Topics highlighted will include:

\\ Low Cost of Ownership

\\ IIoT \ M2M Oil & Gas Automation

\\ LTE Convergence & Universal Adoption

\\ FastL2 – Enables Carrier Ethernet to the Network Edge – Save VPRN & MPLS Costs

The presentation will conclude with a Question & Answer session.

The presentation will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

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Corie Allemand Joins Infrastructure Networks as Vice President – Production & Midstream Solutions

Remote communications industry veteran brings extensive technical sales leadership experience Infrastructure Networks, Inc. (“iNet”), a leading remote communications and IoT solutions provider to critical infrastructure industries, announced today that Corie Allemand has joined iNet as vice president – Production & Midstream Solutions. Based at iNet’s Houston headquarters, Allemand will be responsible for leading the technical...

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Megaport Publishes iNet Case Study

Partnership offers faster, more efficient cloud connectivity. Employing Megaport’s Virtual Cross Connects (VXCs), iNet provides private, flexible, and on-demand connections between any of the locations on the Megaport network in a point-and-click manner. Not only can iNet’s customers connect directly to cloud service providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, they can also...

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iNet CEO Mark Slaughter interviewed in Gottlieb’s Satellite Mobility World

Discusses the Roles of Satellite and 5G in the Oilfield “In our markets, satellite and cellular are complementary. While cellular networks retain certain advantages over satellites, including low latency and better weather propagation, the advent of non-GEO satellites will improve network performance and potentially drive down the cost of cellular in rural markets. Most importantly,...

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