AT&T sets Gulf strategic investment

AT&T, through its participation in GITEX this year, is aiming to show further commitment to its Middle East operations. As one of the world's fastest growing economies undergoing tremendous development, AT&T is seeing an increased demand from its global customers to provide services in the Gulf.

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By  Administrator Published  September 6, 2007

AT&T, through its participation in GITEX this year, is aiming to show further commitment to its Middle East operations. As one of the world's fastest growing economies undergoing tremendous development, AT&T is seeing an increased demand from its global customers to provide services in the Gulf.

Alongside the event, AT&T has also hosted a Regional Advisory Council (RAC) meeting, which brings together some of AT&T's most high-profile customers which have a strong presence in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Representatives from a total of 21 organisations have attended the meeting, discussing strategies and opportunities in the Middle East.

This is AT&T's third consecutive year at GITEX. This time, the company has showcased its advanced range of Internet Protocol (IP)-based communications services for multinational customers. As part of an ongoing strategic investment, AT&T said it was extending its network services in the region to provide key access technologies, such as Wi-Fi, Ethernet, DSL and new wireless options.

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