Etisalat showcases ICT solutions at Gasco
Abu Dhabi, October 27, 2010
Etisalat is showcasing a diverse range of ICT solutions that offer enhanced business connectivity and mobility, specifically designed for the energy and oil sector at an ongoing gas and IT exhibition in Abu Dhabi.
Gasco IT Exhibition ‘explore 2010’ is being held in Sheikh Khalifa Energy Complex, Abu Dhabi, from the October 25 to 28.
Etisalat will also talk about its recently launched project, “Emirates Energy Star” that aims to harness the machine-to-machine (M2M) technology to considerably reduce the energy consumption in the UAE.
The remote office solutions demonstrated by Etisalat in collaboration with Thuraya’s satellite network, will leverage on the higher availability and reliability offered by Satellite communications to offer remote connectivity to Energy and Oil businesses.
The service will enable quick and instant remote connectivity enabling easy voice & data connectivity even in areas outside of the GSM/ GPRS coverage. The remote office solution will offer convenience of connecting in the remote areas, while also offering a back-up connectivity service to the existing GPRS connectivity for customers.
“Etisalat with its end-to–end managed telecom and ICT solutions is well positioned to help energy and oil companies in reducing their operational and capital expenditure and increasing productivity and efficiency,” said Abdulla Hashim, senior vice president, business solutions, Etisalat.
“We look forward to engaging with participants at Gasco to exchange ideas and convey best practices on the ICT front such as the Remote Office Solutions that offer instant connectivity even in the remotest of locations,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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