Du plans "bandwidth-on-demand" service

The telco partners with ReiverNet to offer this service for businesses in the UAE.
Faraidooni says that ReiverNet demonstrated a strong understanding of the importance of tailoring services to deliver on-premise and cloud solutions.
Faraidooni says that ReiverNet demonstrated a strong understanding of the importance of tailoring services to deliver on-premise and cloud solutions.

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UAE telco Du has signed an agreement with ReiverNet to offer “bandwidth-on-demand” solution for businesses in the UAE that have varying bandwidth requirements such as hotels, universities, hospitals, and other business verticals.

Farid Faraidooni, chief commercial officer of Du, said that ReiverNet demonstrated a strong understanding of the importance of tailoring services to deliver on-premise and cloud based solutions catering to specific industry verticals in the UAE.

The on-demand, easy to use tool will enable verticals such as hospitality sector to deliver on the promise of “at home” and “at work” internet access experience.

David Stallworthy, CEO of ReiverNet, said that the “bandwidth-on-demand” solution will enable company CIOs to serve demanding users more easily by providing an on-demand tool that can turn bandwidth up or down on-the-fly.
 

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