Comba Telecom appoints new GM for MENA region

Comba Telecom Systems Holdings has announced that it will expand its business footprint in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), in response to the region’s growing network coverage and capacity needs.

Dr. Hazim Al Rawi, Comba Telecom
Dr. Hazim Al Rawi, Comba Telecom

In line with this, the solutions provider has appointed Dr. Hazim Al-Rawi as its new general manager for the region who will be in charge of managing and providing strategic direction to Comba’s regional business across all products, solutions and services.

“The MENA region continues to experience exponential growth in data communications and, in turn, the pressure on mobile network operators to facilitate coverage anywhere-anytime is mounting. Meanwhile, the number of subscriptions, too, is seeing unprecedented growth – multiple countries within the region have extremely high smartphone and mobile device penetration rates,” said Dr. Al-Rawi.

Dr. Al-Rawi plans to leverage Comba’s classification as a ‘Tier 1’ antennas provider and its expertise in full-turn-key of In-Building Solutions (IBS) and Distributed Antennas Systems (DAS) to help existing and new customers enhance their mobile networks.

“Comba will play its part in meeting this growing demand by leveraging its extensive 2G, 3G and 4G wireless products portfolio. Network operators within the MENA region have shown a particular interest in Comba’s new antenna systems to tackle bandwidth bottlenecks,” added Dr. Al-Rawi.

Comba was recently ranked ‘Tier 1’ antenna supplier by industry analyst EJL Wireless Research, following a rise in deployments of its new generation of ultra-wideband compact 4G antennas, which provide a rapid fix for weak network coverage in high-traffic areas.

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