Omid develops customer net

With offices in both Tehran and Toronto, Omid Technologies serves clients worldwide and has an established track record of more than seven years in the field of information and communication technology (ICT).

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By  Sarah Gain Published  September 28, 2005

With offices in both Tehran and Toronto, Omid Technologies serves clients worldwide and has an established track record of more than seven years in the field of information and communication technology (ICT). This reputation has been helping the company to attract crowds to its stand at Gitex. The research and development (R&D) activities of the company, combined with valued customer input, has lead to several innovative products in the fields of broadband access management, web services, video and software internationalisation. “In addition to our product development efforts, we have helped a number of world class companies to achieve their goals by providing consulting services, project supervision, audit and management, and customised training,” says Dr Kazem Najafi, president, Omid. The company has developed training material for Intel’s network processors and conducted numerous seminars and courses on hardware design, video standards and technologies, communications systems and networking protocols. “DCI (Data Communications of Iran), a national network operation centre, has chosen us as consultant and supervisor in its two-year national network operation centre project,” Najafi continues. Other distinguished Omid clients include the Telecom-munications Infrastructure Company (TIC) of Iran, Iran Telecommunications Research Centre (ITRC), and the Iranian Broadcasting Corporation (IRIB). “We provide embedded and non-embedded software for management of internet access devices (IAD) such as DSL and cable modems, and customer premises equipment (CPE) such as routers and gateways, both remotely and locally,” explains Najafi. “Our DSL / Cable Supervisor products enable service providers to manage their entire infrastructure anywhere, anytime,” he adds. Omid’s web services software, also at Gitex, utilises the web infrastructure to provide scalable and fast interactive services such as polling, voting, testing and surveying. “Through our research in active networks technology, we have solutions to distribute the computing load across network nodes and provide scalability and speed when required,” says Najafi.

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