Ericsson holds its first Cloud and IP summit in Egypt

Meetings included Telecom Egypt, Etisalat, Mobinil, and Vodafone Egypt
Isil Yalcin, president at Ericsson North East Africa.
Isil Yalcin, president at Ericsson North East Africa.


Ericsson celebrate its first Cloud and IP Summit in Egypt. The event hosted expert meetings and demonstrations. The occasion aims to establish Ericsson’s solutions in the market.

The meetings included fixed line operator, Telecom Egypt, and mobile operators Etisalat, Mobinil, and Vodafone Egypt.

Isil Yalcin, president at Ericsson North East Africa, said: “The Cloud and IP Summit is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our Cloud and IP strategies and solutions and share our ideas with customers and stakeholders in Egypt. We aim to offer the best end-to-end solutions to our customers by addressing the key challenges in the region related to quality, cost, speed of deployment, and flexibility.”

The next Ericsson Cloud and IP Summit stops will be Poland in May and the UK in June, 2015.


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