NGNS to launch new range of products
Manama, June 26, 2011
Next Generation Network Solutions (NGNS), a Bahrain-based provider of customised network solutions, plans to launch a range of products and services to cater to business organisations of any size and background.
From SMEs to large corporates and those which include both government and industry-specific organizations NGNS has products to suit all, said Milan Jovanvcic, acting general manager of NGNS.
“NGNS has created a number of services that will be interesting to corporate clients as well as individuals in Bahrain,” Jovanvcic added. “The coming period will be very exciting for us as well as for our customers.”
Among the offerings will be a state of the art data center facility, which will ensure world-class platforms for dedicated or shared hosting, enabling safe and secure data storage and backup.
NGNS is to further provide business continuity and disaster recovery services, with the capacity to offer remote backup solutions both locally and globally.
The company is confident that businesses will rest secure in solutions which offer confidentiality and stability, aspects crucial to the welfare of any business nowadays, irrespective of its size, a statement said.
NGNS is committing to the needs of all that businesses might require in terms of connectivity, whether for wireline technology or wireless, the statement added.
It promises a diverse range of options, from one-stop-shop solutions to consultancy and turn-key projects, once more responding to everything a business might require to successfully and cost effectively run its operation, according to the statement.
NGNS services are provided through its data center located in the Seef District in Bahrain, and it uses its own wireless backbone, other licensed operators’ infrastructures and international suppliers for the provision of its services.
The capacity of the network is designed to handle different customers’ requirements and allows sharing of nodes if the customer is a fellow licensed operator.
“Our network is created to handle large capacities. The purpose is to be able to serve customers with any level of requirements, including those of other telecom operators who are looking to minimize their start-up costs,” Jovanvcic said.
He further added that wholesalers and major retailers can benefit from the company’s white-labeled services through which their brand is used to effectively introduce them to the market.
NGNS is realistic in its assertions, he noted.
“The company does not promise what can’t be delivered… and we take the extra mile when it comes to addressing customer concerns, customer support and fault repair,” he said. – TradeArabia News Service
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