AVSystem Will Join the Largest African Telecoms & Technology Event
Dates: 07 November 2017 - 09 November 2017
Location: CTICC Cape Town, South Africa
Krakow, Poland – 21 September 2017 – AVSystem announced today that the company will take part in AfricaCom 2017, the largest African telecoms, media, and technology event.
With a vast scale of broadband services being delivered in various regions of Africa, AfricaCom will gather 13,000 attendees and 400 visionary speakers from across the entire digital ecosystem to accelerate Africa’s digital evolution.
AVSystem will be happy to join the discussion and present its products that have already been making quite of an impact on the African markets. The company will showcase:
- Linkyfi – Platform for guest WiFi access management & WiFi marketing
- Linkyfi Location Engine – Next-generation indoor location solution based on WiFi
- Unified Device Management Platform – a highly scalable and flexible platform for provisioning and monitoring end users’ devices
Make sure to join us, take part in the live demo and to speak with our business professionals. We will be happy to guide you through out solutions that can boost the performance of your business, reduce the costs and improve the quality of your services. Visit us at our booth B32a or send a meeting request to email@example.com to pre-book a meeting, prior, during or after the event.
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