Kalaam Telecom and datamena sign PoP

Kalaam will extend its reach through Middle East and Europe
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Kalaam Telecom has announced an agreement with datamena to establish a Point of Presence (PoP) that will enable Kalaam to leverage datamena’s location and ecosystem and expand Kalaam’s reach into the Middle East and Europe.

“By joining datamena’s carrier-neutral platform, Kalaam will carry all SDH, Ethernet and EoSDH traffic from existing carriers at datamena to Bahrain and the rest of GCC and Middle East through its network of NNIs and own PoPs,” said Eyad Al Naqi, head of Wholesale and Carrier Relations at Kalaam Telecom.

“Not only will this initiative help Kalaam stretch its footprint in the region, but it will also add more diversified, low-latency options for our enterprise and corporate customers to choose from for their international connectivity needs,” Al Naqi added.

Mahesh Jaishankar, vice president at datamena and broadcast, du, said: “The ideal combination of our geostrategic location and interconnection facilities are the key reasons why datamena is increasingly being preferred by global and regional entities. We are glad to welcome Kalaam Telecom into the datamena family and we consider this as the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship.” 

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