Jordan firm seals Noorsat deal
Amman, November 15, 2011
Jordan-based Damamax has signed a high-speed dedicated internet access (DIA) services deal with Noorsat, a leading satellite capacity provider in the region.
Damamax is a unit of Dama Ventures and one of the largest backbone operators in the Kingdom providing broadband solutions through optical fiber.
Under the agreement, Damamax will provide Noorsat with high-speed Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) services, a statement from the company said.
Damamax CEO Eyad Abu Khorma said that since its inception, the company has set up a solid infrastructure that is compliant with the latest international standards in the field of ICT services.
These services include high-speed internet and the linkage of locations both locally and regionally through MPLS technologies, in an effort to efficiently cater to the needs of clients across different sectors, particularly audio-visual broadcasting companies.
“We are proud to be Noorsat’s service provider of choice, and we are keen to help it achieve its goal of enhancing its technical capabilities and bolstering its performance levels through our high-quality internet services which we offer at competitive prices and with value-added features,” Abu Khorma said.
Omar Shoter, the CEO of Noorsat, said: “This partnership highlights the company’s achievements and is in line with its efforts to upgrade the communications technologies it adopts, particularly in light of the fast-changing global telecommunications landscape and the technologies within the sector.” – TradeArabia News Service
More IT & Telecommunications Stories
- Zain Bahrain on track to launch new network
- Microsoft assures foreign customers on spying
- Batelco wins ‘telecom deal’ award
- Samena summit focus on telecom issues
- US firm offers IT security software for SMBs
- US firm supplies biometric software to Saudi
- Du to support SMEs in Ajman
- Red Hat to launch new PaaS
- Egypt to offer unified telecoms licence soon
- Bahrain 'a key player in Nokia Mideast growth'