Webb Industries has launched a new division which will provide indoor coverage solutions. “Providing signal to areas where radio shadow occurs has become one of Webb’s important offerings and we decided that a focused, independent internal entity was the best way to maximise our customer service,” said Webb MD Paul Richards.
Richards adds that Webb has recently concluded a distribution agreement with wireless solutions provider Comba Telecom Systems (Comba), whose repeaters will form the backbone of the new division. Established in 1997 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2003, Comba is one of the leading providers of wireless solutions in the world and is ranked the number one in Asia, with over 25% market share in China. “Comba provides a comprehensive, high-quality range of UMTS (universal mobile telecommunications system) in-building solutions, which are an excellent fit in the Webb stable,” says Richards.
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