Batelco recognised as IoT specialised partner by Cisco

Gold certification provides access to comprehensive training and support from Cisco
Al Hashemi :"It is the result of Batelco’s major investment in the most advanced technologies."
Al Hashemi :"It is the result of Batelco’s major investment in the most advanced technologies."


Batelco has achieved Internet of Things connected safety and security specialised partnership from Cisco. As a Cisco Gold certified partner, Batelco has met the requirements for attaining the broad range of expertise across many technologies by achieving advanced collaboration architecture, advanced core and WAN, advanced data centre architecture, advanced enterprise network architecture, advanced IoT - connected safety and security, advanced security architecture, advanced unified access, advanced unified computing technology.

Batelco has also integrated Cisco hybrid IT, the resale of cloud and managed services, into its offerings. Cisco's gold certification provides Batelco with access to comprehensive sales, technical, and lifecycle services training and support available from Cisco.

Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi said that in order to retain its Cisco Gold Certified Partnership status, Batelco continues to invest in technology and training. “It is the result of Batelco’s major investment in the most advanced technologies and the company’s ongoing efforts to offer the best services for its customers.”

“Being a major ICT provider, Batelco strives to attain the highest level of certification from global industry players such as Cisco to further enhance customers’ confidence in the company’s products and services, and thus enhance their experience with Batelco,” Al Hashemi added.

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