Batelco scores global teleport certification

WTA (World Teleport Association) certifies Batelco's Ras Abu Jarjur teleport
(L-R) Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi and Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al-Daylami
(L-R) Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi and Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al-Daylami

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Batelco has obtained provisional certification for its Ras Abu Jarjur teleport from the WTA (World Teleport Association) under its teleport certification programme.

Batelco Bahrain CEO Eng. Muna Al Hashemi said: “Receiving the certification demonstrates the commitment of Batelco towards service excellence and promoting Bahrain as a global hub for services. The WTA is recognised for its high standards and reaching the stage of provisional certification is a very big achievement.”

“We are proud that Batelco’s teleport boasts 30,000 square metres of operational area with customers gaining access to the telecom’s MPLS, SDH and Ethernet national and international networks in addition to diverse Internet uplinks. The teleport presents an optimum choice for satellite and VSAT operators around the globe as it can run any application on any topology,” said Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al-Daylami.

 

 

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