Regional implementations sub-standard

Network Middle East’s recent online poll on the quality of installation and performance standards for cabling systems integrators in the Middle East has revealed some disturbing results.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  May 31, 2005

Network Middle East’s recent online poll on the quality of installation and performance standards for cabling systems integrators in the Middle East has revealed some disturbing results. The poll asked NME newsletter readers; How good are installation and performance standards for cabling systems integrators in the Middle East? The question had five possible answers; excellent, good, average, poor and what standards? More respondents replied that performance was poor or worse than good or better, with 40% of those polled expressing their dissatisfaction. In contrast, 34% of voters felt that standards were good or better. The balance of votes were cast by respondents who said that cabling standards were average. This poll’s results is supported by many commentators in the region, such as Ganesan Kandasamy, the divisional director of OnLine distribution and district chair of BICSI, who have made calls for stricter regulations to be imposed on companies that bid for network installation tenders in the region. Poll results: How good are installation and performance standards for cabling systems integrators in the Middle East? Excellent 10% Good 24% Average 26% Poor 14% What standards? 26%

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