Smartworld wins top award
Dubai, October 27, 2013
Smartworld, a leading master systems integrator and next generation ICT service provider in the Middle East, won the ‘Editors Choice Award for Pioneering Projects’ in Dubai.
The award was given at this year’s edition of the Arabian Computer News (ACN) Arab Technology Awards held recently at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel.
The company was cited for its successful track record of innovative deployments across major UAE projects, particularly its recent completion of the new IT system for the Al Maktoum International Airport (AMIA) and for the installation and implementation of a Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON) network in Dubai World Central (DWC).
According to senior executives, the company was recognised for the implementation of airport infrastructure cabling structure; fully redundant and secure airport network; airport wireless system; airport service desk and network node management system, as part of the AMIA project.
“This is a truly remarkable win for us, which reflects the strong commitment we have placed in every project that we work on—ensuring that we install and implement only the best world class ICT products and extend services from a team of highly skilled and proficient IT experts,” said Mohamed Fouz, CEO.
The 2013 edition featured 19 categories, with awards for key verticals for the region including public sector; banking and finance; hospitality and tourism; logistics, transport and aviation; manufacturing; energy and utilities; education; healthcare; and retail and trading, besides recognising leading vendors in the full range of enterprise IT sectors. - TradeArabia News Service
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