Jordan's Damamax hires new CEO

Jordanian fibre backhaul player names Mohammad-Monir Ghannam as its CEO
Damamax has appointed Mohammad-Monir Ghannam as CEO.
Damamax has appointed Mohammad-Monir Ghannam as CEO.

Share

Damamax, a fibre-optic backbone operator in Jordan, has appointed Mohammad-Monir Ghannam as CEO.

In his new role, Ghannam will seek to expand the company’s customer base and introduce new services.

Ghannam, who replaced former CEO, Eyad Abu Khorma, was previously GM and a board member at ISP Cyberia Jordan.

Ghannam started his career as an assistant professor at the Arab Academy for Science and Technology, from which he also graduated. In 1992, he joined Ideal Systems (currently known as Optimiza) as Compaq/HP product manager.

In 1997, Ghannam held the position of technical director at Cyberia Jordan, where he pioneered the implementation of the very first digital leased lines in Jordan.

Damamax is a subsidiary of Dama Ventures, a holding company that focuses on telecom, investment services, real estate, and leisure.

REGISTER NOW | Webinar Event | Security you can bank on – Safeguarding the Middle East’s financial sector

Presented in partnership with security and network specialist Cybereason, the second in the three part webinar series will bring together a panel of experts to discuss how banks and financial institutions are evolving their service offering while simultaneously staying one step ahead of the cyber criminals who seek to bring their operations crashing to the ground.

Editor's Choice

Emerson expands analytics platform for industrial enterprise-level wireless infrastructure management
Plantweb Insight platform adds two new Pervasive Sensing applications that manage wireless networks more efficiently with a singular interface to the enterprise
Digitalisation seen as a competitive advantage by Middle East private businesses
Nearly 80 per cent of private business leaders acknowledge that digitalisation can impact business sustainability
Etisalat introduces Multi-Access Edge Computing architecture delivering best-in-class video streaming performance for 5G networks
MEC architecture achieves performance gains of as much as 90% in video streaming, validating how ultra-low-latency applications will be delivered over 4G and 5G networks

Most popular

Don't Miss a Story