Waseela completes major MS project in KSA

Over 2,000 sites were covered in the project for Samsung
Dr. Samer Taha:" Waseela has delivered one of the largest and longest end-to-end Network Managed Services projects across the Middle East."
Dr. Samer Taha:" Waseela has delivered one of the largest and longest end-to-end Network Managed Services projects across the Middle East."

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Waseela, a provider of turnkey system integration and managed services, has completed the delivery of a WiMAX/LTE network managed services project for Samsung in Saudi Arabia.

The project which began in 2010, lasted five years and completed on schedule at the end of 2015. Dr. Samer Taha, CEO Waseela said: “With the completion of this five-year project with Samsung, Waseela has delivered one of the largest and longest end-to-end Network Managed Services projects across the whole Middle East region.”

By the end of 2015, the project covered a network of more than 2,000 sites of both Mobile-WiMAX and TDD-LTE technologies in addition to advance IP Core. However, to ensure a better geographical coverage, Waseela delivered field services by setting up five maintenance centres distributed across different areas in Saudi Arabia.

Waseela’s end-to-end services for the Samsung project included a 24/7 NOC (Network Operations Centre), field operations and maintenance, radio optimization, auditing of KPIs, and core network operation and maintenance as well.

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