STC, Etisalat sign MPLS agreement

Saudi telco considered the agreement as an extension of mutual cooperation
Etisalat sign MPLS agreement, STC


STC has signed a bilateral partnership agreement with Etisalat Group for Interconnection Networks multiprotocol label switching (MPLS), which allows to provide communications and information technology services for clients in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

The Saudi telco considered the agreement as an extension of mutual cooperation among the largest providers of telecommunications services in the region. “The two companies will be able to provide an important segment of the business sector clients with advanced communications services and to meet the great demand for the quality of services and the new added services,” STC stated.

The agreement was signed by the wholesale sector vice president. Dr Homoud Al Kussayer, who stressed the desire of Saudi Telecom to provide the best services to the company customers both inside and outside the Kingdom, with the highest level of quality and efficiency through a strong infrastructure and latest global network .

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