Tawasul Telecom adds Singapore to network
Kuwait, September 2, 2013
Tawasul Telecom, a leading provider of IP based services in the GCC, has added Singapore to its multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) private cloud network.
Through this network, the company provides cross-border connectivity services, best for businesses to interconnect their operations through virtual private networks.
These services are ideal for industries including oil and gas, airlines, and the financial sector, said a statement.
This addition has enabled the company to create a much needed gateway to connect central and Far East Asia to the GCC and Middle East. The company’s coverage has increased to 10 points of presence - Kuwait, Saudi, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman, Egypt, the UK, Germany and Singapore, it said.
Salem Almulaifi, business development director, said: “Adding Singapore to our Points of Presence comes in line with our strategy to expand our private cloud network and services, while at the same time strengthening the reliability and quality of our service to meet our clients’ expectations”.
In addition to expanding its private cloud network, Tawasul is set to participate in the upcoming Capacity Eurasia conference, which brings together leading international and regional carries and service providers in Eurasia, to be held in Istanbul on September 10 and 11. - TradeArabia News Service
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