As the world embarks on a potential fourth Industrial Revolution, it is the 30 to 50 billion connected devices that will continue to spur the unprecedented growth of the digital era. The need for fibre, especially for the telecommunications sector is a key trend.
“Our vast portfolio of network infrastructure includes some of the robust and innovative wireless and fibre optic solutions,” said Femi Oshiga, sales director, DCCS, CommScope MEA. “We have a talented and experienced global team that’s capable of helping customers increase bandwidth; maximise existing capacity; improve network performance and availability; increase energy efficiency; and simplify technology migration.”
At GITEX 2017, the company will be focusing on sharing insights and showcasing its fibre and wireless technologies for connected buildings and data centres. “We’re also excited to introduce our new MEA leadership who will also give insights into some of our new research findings and anecdotes from customers.”
For its partner initiatives, Oshiga highlighted that CommScope helps them become experts in the field of IT while proactively preparing them for new market trends. “Partnerships such as PartnerPRO Network enables our them take on and complete larger and more challenging projects, while boosting their reputation and revenue.”