Mobily and NetComm to provide 3G router services to Saudi Arabia

Mobily  kashifazizMobily and NetComm Wireless will provide advanced solutions to cover many regions of Saudi Arabia and support business activity. (Image source: kashifaziz/Flickr)Saudi Arabian telecommunications company Mobily has signed an agreement with broadband service provider NetComm Wireless to become the region’s first 3G advanced router provider to the business sector

The new router has an industrial design for durability and long lifespan suited to the nature of Saudi Arabia’s climate. In addition, it has been equipped with a technology to ensure information disaster recovery and remotely connect to mobile broadband sites for data and phone calls.

The new router can also be remotely monitored, managed and controlled with real time tracking as it supports Linux operation system allowing banks, petrol, and transportation sectors to operate efficiently with reliable and high-speed connectivity.

Mobily chief business officer Marwan Al-Ahmadi said, “Rapid expansion of the company’s broadband networks, which cover most of the populated areas in the country, has led us to sign this agreement with NetComm Wireless to provide advanced solutions to cover many regions of Saudi Arabia and support business activity.”

NetComm CEO and MD David Stewart said, “Mobily’s advanced broadband and NetComm Wireless innovative services will provide significant opportunities for many sectors in Saudi Arabia.”

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