Batelco Bahrain extends deal with Riedel Networks

Companies to extend their reach through each other’s network
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 Batelco has extended the agreement with Riedel Networks for its Middle East operations. The companies have agreed on the extension of the partnership to allow them to expand their reach through their different networks.

“The Middle East is home to a diverse and growing economy, and from this region we see a constant demand for global connectivity solutions,” said Michael Martens, CEO and managing director, Riedel Networks.

“By enhancing our global presence and enabling our customers to connect with businesses in the Middle East and Gulf region, this new agreement with Batelco strengthens our position as a premium supplier of high-quality data networks worldwide,” he added.

“Our ability to supply local and global connectivity allows us to meet our partners’ demands seamlessly while also providing services at outstanding value,” said Adel Daylami, general manager, Enterprise Division, Batelco Bahrain. “Through strategic partnerships with global players including Riedel Networks, we have developed a resilient network trusted by customers worldwide,” he added.

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