Etisalat company partners with Panduit
Dubai, June 28, 2012
Tamdeed Projects, a part of UAE-based Etisalat Services Holding and a leader in cabling infrastructure projects has signed a partnership agreement with Panduit Corp, a global manufacturer of physical infrastructure solutions.
A holding company of Etisalat’s various subsidiaries, Etisalat Services Holding, oversees the operations of eight business units that offer mission-critical telecommunications related services in the UAE, the Mena region and beyond.
The agreement will see the two companies provide their best to the customers in the UAE, remarked Ali Al Sharid, CEO of Etisalat Services Holding at the signing cermony held at the Etisalat Academy in Dubai.
Carlos Garcia, the VP of Business, EMEA of Panduit, Ali Al Omari, the general manager of Tamdeed Projects, Andrew Oldfield, the regional director – Russia, Middle East and Africa of Panduit, and other high officials of both companies attended.
'This is the first step for a partnership agreement that will enable Panduit and Tamdeed to work together to provide Panduit data center and enterprise network solutions, and Tamdeed Technology Services to customers in the UAE,' Al Sharid stated.
Tamdeed Projects was established in 1996 under the name of Special Projects to provide high-end turnkey solutions for all aspects of the cabling infrastructure business.
Over the years the company has used its expertise, reliability and professionalism to cater to a number of projects in the UAE and abroad.
Today, Tamdeed Projects stands as a leader in the UAE for outdoor fibre network solutions and is the key player and integrator for indoor structured networks and in-building solutions.
Bassel Halabi, the regional business manager, ME & Pakistan of Panduit said,'By joining forces with one of the leaders in cabling infrastructure deployment we will serve better the companies in the UAE that can be benefited by our expertise.'
'Strong relationships with technology leaders complemented with our global staff and unmatched service and support, make Panduit a valuable and trusted partner,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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