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Kalaam Telecom, datamena sign agreement

Dubai, August 18, 2014

Kalaam Telecom, a leading telecommunications provider for corporates in Bahrain, has announced that it has signed an agreement with datamena, a carrier-neutral transit and content hub, to expand its reach into the Middle East, Europe and beyond.

Kalaam is steadily growing to become a one-stop shop for global carriers, and is able to peer directly with other regional and international ISPs through the fast-growing UAE-IX.  By joining datamena’s carrier-neutral platform, Kalaam will carry all SDH, Ethernet and EoSDH traffic from existing carriers at datamena to Bahrain and the rest of GCC and Middle East through its extensive web of network-to-network interface and own points of presence (PoPs), said Eyad Al Naqi, head of wholesale & carrier relations, Kalaam Telecom.

“Not only will this initiative help Kalaam stretch its footprint in the region, but it will also add more diversified, low-latency options for our enterprise and corporate customers to choose from for their international connectivity needs,” Al Naqi said. - TradeArabia News Service




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