In this edition of To the Poynt it is mostly about Poynting and its people. We get to know the new additions to the team, we meet new partners and distributors, and we start venturing out to exhibitions and conferences to see our customers in person. In our new HR Corner, we highlight some of the reasons why Poynting is an employer of choice. You can also read more about how MNO’s can improve their user experience using external antennas in our featured article. Lastly, we would like to invite you to join us at the METSTRADE in Amsterdam in November. Metstrade is the world’s largest trade exhibition of marine equipment, materials, and systems and we look forward to seeing you there!
In our last newsletter of 2022, we are featuring the new version of an antenna that we have sold successfully for more than 20 years. Have a look at our LPDA-500, the LPDA that just improves with age! During this year we released an impressive 12 new products including the NARWHAL Marine Antenna Series, our first directional 4×4 MIMO Antenna and the latest EPoynt Antenna Enclosure. To end off the year, we have initiated a project to support Leopard Conservation in South Africa with communication equipment and by purchasing Lazy Leopard Coffee at Poynting. We would like to wish you, your family and friends a happy and festive season and a prosperous 2023!
We have been successfully selling our flagship LPDA antenna since the early 2000s. First known as the LPDA-21, LPDA-44 and most recently the LPDA-92. This antenna just improves with age. Need reception in remote areas? This is the antenna for you!
POYNTING Antennas is proud to be supporting the Leopard Conservation Project (LCP) in South Africa with communication systems (including antennas) to ensure that they have connectivity when working in remote areas.
When live streaming content you only have one opportunity to do it right. Cool Media Productions knows that depending on your customers LTE or 4G network is not the way to go. They contacted Poynting for a “proper” solution.
Building sites have notoriously bad signal, especially in the containers that these companies use as temporary offices. These containers are in effect Faraday cages that keeps the signal out. See how Ocmer Sp. z o.o in Poland solved this problem.
Stephen Froneman went to visit the US office and customers during November. Stephen and Juan travelled across the US visiting customers in Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida and other areas. Our antennas were also shown at Wispapalooza 2022 thanks to Crossover Distribution.