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Beyond Technology invests in MEA and South Asian markets to support fiberisation projects

Beyond Technology invests in MEA and South Asian markets to support fiberisation projects

The company has signed service agreements allowing for 33 warehouse facilities across the region, including in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman

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Beyond Technology (BT) has announced investments in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia to support regional fiberisation projects with Infinera solutions, an optical networking solutions provider.

Due to the massive increase in data consumption, 5G, social media content, streaming video, and digital transformation initiatives, there are major investments in fiberisation projects worldwide. BT works closely with Infinera which provides solutions that include ICE6, an 800G coherent optical engine technology that enables customers to meet growing capacity demands and put more revenue-generating services over a given fibre pair at the lowest cost per bit.

Supply chain timelines combined with local logistical service levels across delivery and repair is another critical necessity in today’s business environment. To address this particular need, BT has partnered with logistical companies to provide multiple regional warehousing facilities for its service provider clients with the highest service levels in delivery to clients, low cost, data analytics using AI on inventory, and following day turnaround times for critical repair operations.

BT has also signed service agreements allowing for 33 warehouse facilities across the region, including UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Egypt, Pakistan, Tunisia, Jordan, and Oman.

A partner of technology companies such as Google, Juniper Networks, and VMware, BT has also been recognised as a Global Gold channel partner by Infinera. The company helps bring its resources and those of its partners for fibre optic expertise in the MEA region and Pakistan while these skilled experts consult, design, implement and support the clients.

Zoff Khan, CEO of Beyond Technology MEA, commented, “We are currently seeing massive, accelerated growth in fibre across all markets due to increased data usage. As a result, cloud and service providers need to modernise their transmission networks to cope with these new demands. This is being seen consistently in almost every emerging market we operate in. This trend also appears to be continuing in the foreseeable future. This is why we have ramped up our local sales team, engineers, and logistics capabilities. These investments will consolidate further leadership for Beyond Technology and Infinera within the MEA and South Asia region. We look forward to jointly supporting our customers even better.”

Lorraine Twigg, VP of Partners and Development, Infinera, said, “We are very excited to expand our global partnership with Beyond Technology to the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia markets. Beyond Technology is a trusted and valued Gold Partner, the top tier within Infinera’s PartnerPlus Program. We are truly committed to investing in growth in these markets by working closely with the team at Beyond Technology.”

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