Al Ansari Exchange adopts Etisalat solutions
Abu Dhabi, March 7, 2011
Al Ansari Exchange, the UAE’s largest network exchange house, announced that all its 100 branches across the UAE are now connected via Etisalat’s ‘IP Connect’ service.
By utilising Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) technology over IP - VPN’s, this service offers comprehensive management features for all connections and routers at the company’s branches across the country. Further, Etisalat ‘IP Connect’ provides the company with highly reliable speeds over an enhanced infrastructure that offers anticipatory solution for technical problems prior to their occurrence, which helps boost the performance of devices whilst minimising total cost.
Etisalat’s ‘IP Connect’ provides diverse key features that meet the requirements of the company’s expansion activities nationwide such as reducing transaction execution time, providing swifter data transfer between branch offices and Central Operation Department, in addition to providing high quality and exceptional security solutions that would further performance and productivity.
The solution helps in lowering operational costs thereby allowing employees to focus on their core tasks and reinforces the leading position of Al Ansari Exchange in implementing the latest communication and management information technologies.
“In light of our constant expansion across the country, we are required to enhance our infrastructure by implementing the latest information and communication technologies, thus boosting the efficiency and effectiveness of the performance of our interaction with banks and correspondents through high-speed IP networks,” said Rashed Ali Al Ansari, general manager, Al Ansari Exchange.
“We believe that through IP Connect, Al Ansari Exchange would be able to accelerate its growth rate through leveraging the benefits of virtual networks, which would provide added value for the company such as increasing branch productivity, enhancing operational efficiency, and connectivity with the central operation management,” added Abdulla Hashim, senior vice president, Business Solutions at Etisalat.-TradeArabia News Service
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