Nethits and the Polytechnic University of Valencia will develop high density antennas

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Nethits Telecom Group and the Polytechnic University of Valencia have signed an agreement that will allow the Valencian Telecommunications Company to manufacture high density antennas and thus provide solutions that guarantees delivery of service of internet access through wireless networks in places where large crowds turn out, such as soccer fields or at concerts, among other places.

Through this agreement Nethits can deepen their R & D+I activities and more specifically in the development of beam forming networks to generate several independent beams simultaneously at different frequencies in the frequency band 2.4 GHz ISM applications, Multibeam (4 and 8 beams). The agreement was signed by the University Institute of Telecommunications and Multimedia Applications, through the Group of Electromagnetic Radiation UPV (GRE), represented by teachers Francisco Jose Mora Mas and Marta Cabedo Fabres and Nethits Telecom Group, represented by its CEO Javier Salas Sanchez. At the signing ceremony which was also attended by Professor of the School of Telecommunications Engineering and architect of the agreement, Miguel Ferrando Bataller and Manuel Perez, CTO of Nethits.

The design, management and development of the initiative will have an estimated 6 months duration, but this contract may be extended by mutual agreement if both parties consider appropriate their achievement, expanding its scope. Manuel Perez, CTO of Nethits Telecom, says this agreement “is part of the strategic plan for R & D + I that Nethits plans to conduct within 2016-2018”.

As detailed by Manuel Perez, with this strategic R & D + I “we intend to get our own technology to position ourselves in high-density areas, as much for people as for the new paradigm of the Internet of things. We have always been an innovative company trying to develop technology throughout the value chain, and in the near future of the IoT (Internet of things) we want to have presence from “ground to the cloud”. ” Perez concluded “today, we are already developing devices to improve work environments, since we operate as ISP (Internet Service Provider) in the company and we are expanding both our data center and redundancy of services and connectivity at the national level to process information and create more sustainable and adequate working spaces “