Nuetel launches quad play offering in Bahrain

Nuetel Communications has unveiled a quad play service in Bahrain, offering clients voice, video, internet and MPLS-based IP VPN services. The telecoms outfit has teamed up with both Cisco and BT to launch its next generation service.

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By  Stuart Wilson Published  February 19, 2007

Nuetel Communications has unveiled a quad play service in Bahrain, offering clients voice, video, internet and MPLS-based IP VPN services. The telecoms outfit has teamed up with both Cisco and BT to launch its next generation service. “Under the agreement, BT and Cisco will provide Nuetel with the operational and technical support as well as the transformation of its world class operational processes, procedures and customer service practices,” commented Labib Matta, CEO at Nuetel. According to Matta, the association with BT and Cisco will allow Nuetel to deliver the latest communications services in Bahrain and across the GCC. “Our association with global players such as Cisco and BT will strengthen our commitment towards offering leading and innovative communications solutions to our customers using international expertise,” Matta explained. “These associations will definitely give Nuetel the advantage and an edge in Bahrain.” “We have built a future-proof MPLS smart network, that enables us to deliver voice, video, internet and VPN services through a single fibre optic cable infrastructure directly to the consumers’ premises,” he added. Nuetel’s broadband internet packages offer an unlimited, fully symmetrical service, which ensures equal download and upload speeds. The speeds delivered range from 256Kbps through to 10Mbps. Nuetel’s service uses leased lines or wireless links that allow multiple connectivity to the access solutions on offer. Using a point-to-point link Nuetel claims that it can serve multiple customers in the same building. The solution is also suitable for multi-dwelling residential developments where integrated voice, data and TV services can be provided from a central point. Nuetel is also testing a point to multi-point connectivity model targeted towards individual subscribers. “We will definitely choose the technology and vendor that works best with our infrastructure and delivers the required quality of service to our clienst,” declared Matta. Headquartered on the Amwaj Islands in Bahrain, Nuetel started operating in September 2006, providing services to clients in Al Marsa Floating City and Tala.

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