Enetworks Launches Guyana’s First 4G Network
In the world of business we turn to technological development and Enetworks, the wireless communications company has launched Guyana’s first 4g network, a wireless internet platform known as Wimax that should offer faster internet speed and other wireless technologies without all the dangling cables.
The new system should be available to consumers within another few days and it will come with more bandwidth, faster uploads and downloads and at affordable rates. At least that’s what the company is promising. Managing Director of Enetworks Vishook Persaud explained at the launching that the new wireless technology has a number of advantages.
Persaud said his company remains committed to assisting in the local efforts to improve on the technological developments.
President Bharrat Jagdeo lauded the efforts of Enetworks and said the move fits into his government’s vision for IT in Guyana. He announced that the government will be working along with a Chinese company to roll out its IT plans, a project worth over 30million US is already on the cards.
The Wimax 4g network will initially cover the city and surrounding areas before it goes national.