Network Middle East pays tribute to region’s innovators

Stand-out professionals in the field of networking honoured at gala event

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Network Middle East pays tribute to region’s innovators The awards honour the networking teams and individuals that have stamped their authority on the region over the past year.
By  Stephen McBride Published  May 28, 2015

Network Middle East magazine honoured the region's infrastructure innovators during a gala event at Intercontinental Hotel, Festival City, Dubai, last night at the 11th edition of its Innovation Awards.

IN PICS: The winners

The Network Middle East Innovation Awards celebrate the achievements of networking professionals, service providers and vendors that have worked on the most challenging projects and implementations over the past 12 months.

A gallery of the winners can be found here, and the list of honours is listed below:

-  CABLING VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Nexans Cabling Solutions.

-  UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Cisco.

-  STORAGE VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Hitachi Data Systems.

-  NETWORK MANAGEMENT VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Riverbed Technology.

-  EMERGING SECURITY VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Infoblox.

-  SECURITY VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Fortinet.

-  NETWORKING VENDOR OF THE YEAR: Avaya.

-  NETWORK PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR (VENDOR): Wael Abdulal of Cisco.

IN PICS: The winners

-  SYSTEMS INTEGRATOR OF THE YEAR: Help AG.

-  DATA CENTRE PROJECT OF THE YEAR: Abu Dhabi Department of Transport.

-  FIXED NETWORKING IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: Dubai World Trade Centre (accepted on behalf of DWTC by Avaya).

-  SECURITY IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: General Civil Aviation Authority.

-  WIRELESS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: Gulf Air.

-  STORAGE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: Jumeirah Group.

-  CLOUD IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: Jordan Healthcare Initiative.

-  UNIFIED COMMUNICATIONS IMPLEMENTATION OF THE YEAR: Electronic Government Authority of Ras Al Khaimah.

-  NETWORKING PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR (END USER): Mohammed Jameeluddin of the General Civil Aviation Authority.

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