Celcite eyes Middle East growth

US network management solutions firm expands footprint in Middle East
Ceclite works with operators to improve network performance.
Ceclite works with operators to improve network performance.

Share

Celcite, a US-based company that specialises in self-organizing network (SON) and automated network management solutions, is planning to expand its business in the region after opening a new office in Dubai.

Rahul Sharma, CEO of Celcite, said that there is an “increasing appetite” for self-optimising network and self-organising network (SON) solutions from mobile operators in the MEA region.

“We are completely committed to our current and future customers in these regions, which is why we are investing strongly in both local offices and local talent,” Sharma said.

Celcite has also recruited Chris Larmour as chief marketing officer and Ben Gardiner as GM and VP of sales, MEA and Asia Pacific.

Larmour has around 25 years of mobile industry experience and was most recently VP Global Sales & Marketing at SwissQual and chief marketing officer at Actix. He will be responsible for developing the company's brand profile and for leading its market engagement programs globally.

Gardiner, who will be based in Dubai, has more than 20 years experience in the mobile industry and was formerly a director of mobile broadband solution sales at Ericsson.

 

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