Cirtek's Quintel enters Hawaii market


Quintel USA, Inc., the Telecom Base Station Antenna unit of Cirtek Holdings Philippines Corporation, has successfully penetrated the Hawaii market and has included it under its service coverage area in North America.

For the state of Hawaii, Quintel will support the islands with its new antenna portfolio outperforming its competitors in aspects such as Passive Intermodulation Mitigation (PIM), wind loading, independent tilt capability and short delivery leadtime.


“The 5G NR launch is the first in Hawaii using the 850 band. Our antennas provide Independent Tilt option when using these dual band radio,” Cirtek said in a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange.

This means that the network optimization can independently control the coverage footprint of 5G which is in the 850 band and the 4G in the 700 band, said Cirtek. Quintel, through its portfolio of Patents and Patents Pending, is positioned to release a family of both Macro and C-RAN antenna solutions in 2022 to help increase the network’s data throughput.

The firm has delivered its first batch of orders from Hawaii and will continue to help the island state improve its network in 2022 as the Telco continues with its infrastructure upgrades to support the market’s growing wireless demand.

As part of its growth strategy, Quintel continues to expand through consistent new product introductions, innovations and closely working with customers on developing specific and tailored product solutions that addresses market challenges, nuances, and individual intricacies per customer in providing progressive wireless solutions.