Batelco expands global services in Europe
Manama, May 7, 2013
Batelco, a leading telecom services provider in Bahrain, is expanding its global services across Europe and has installed a number of new POPs (Point of Presence) facilities, including the UK and France.
The enhanced network will provision global solutions to connect Batelco’s customers to new opportunities by facilitating greater potential to expand through telecom operator.
It will also serve to attract international players to connect through Batelco’s seamless network in the Middle East and Gulf region.
Batelco had previously established a number of regional POPs across the GCC and the Middle East to facilitate cost effective connectivity.
These POPs have positioned Batelco as a strong telecommunications player on the global market with the new installations enhancing Batelco Group’s position globally. As a result of the expansion programme, Batelco’s partners and customers can now enjoy the full range of MPLS layer 2 & 3, IPLC and other Ethernet services across the globe.
Batelco general manager Enterprise Division Adel Daylami said that this strategic programme is an important element in Batelco’s aim to strengthen Batelco’s global presence and will enable the company to extend its global network solutions to its international customers through its reliable, state of the art network.
“Batelco invests in acquiring global capacity in order to have redundancy and resilience through the whole GNET network. This further enhances ties of trust that our current customers and partners have in Batelco’s capabilities,” he added.
“The POP’s complement Batelco’s range of global connectivity services (Global MPLS IPVPN layer 3 & Ethernet layer 2 , EoSDH and IPLC) that are supported by a professional team working 24x7 in one of the region’s most sophisticated NOCs (Network Operation Centres) as well as the performance monitoring via the Batelco portal (Batelco NetView).
“This ensures our customers receive enhanced efficiency by offering seamless, secure and dedicated interconnectivity,” Daylami explained. – TradeArabia News Service