KSA’s connectivity kings

Riyadh-based telecoms data specialist Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) is looking to gain more international exposure and sales leads by promoting its international data connectivity at this year's GULFCOMMS.

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KSA’s connectivity kings ITC is seeking to raise its profile.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 20, 2009

Riyadh-based telecoms data specialist Integrated Telecom Company (ITC) is looking to gain more international exposure and sales leads by promoting its international data connectivity at this year's GULFCOMMS.

Established in 2005 through a consortium of local investors headed by Al-Mawarid Investment Group, ITC's main products include data connectivity, high speed internet and private leased lines. According to Marketing and Communication Manager Moutaz Budeir, ITC is set to deliver products and services with "unsurpassed service level agreement and quality of service".

"This comes as a result of its alliance with world-class leaders in international capacity, data communications services, networking equipment, wireless services, and enterprise resource planning (ERP), namely: Flag International, Cisco, Redline Communications, Intracom, Oracle and others," he said.

One project the firm has been involved with is the fibre optic backbone (FOB) project that spreads over 12,500 km, covering 19 of the main cities in KSA, and offers an initial capacity amounting to 40 Gbps.

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