Batelco appears alongside BTECH at Bahrain Pavilion

To showcase AWS security, cloud services, data centre and global solutions

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Batelco appears alongside BTECH at Bahrain Pavilion Batelco Bahrain COO Abderrahmane Mounir.
By  Staff Writer Published  October 9, 2017

Batelco is partnering with BTECH (Bahrain Technology Companies Society) to participate as part of the Bahrain Pavilion at GITEX 2017. Batelco's participation follows on from its very successful participation at GITEX 2016 when the company signed a number of key agreements with leading international organisations.

Batelco is demonstrating its expertise in a number of areas and is showcasing a number of products, services and key solutions at the Bahrain Pavilion including AWS, security, cloud services, data centre and global solutions.

Batelco chief operations officer Abderrahmane Mounir says that Batelco is optimistic about the opportunity for Batelco to be part of the Bahrain Pavilion at GITEX again this year and looks forward to building on its established role in the public and private ICT sectors, which helps to shape the industry and reflects positively on Bahrain's economy.

"Through our support for this key international event, Batelco reiterates the alignment of its goals to those of the Kingdom of Bahrain's and emphasises its support towards the ICT industry and to the digitisation drive in Bahrain," he adds. 

BETCH chairman Ubaydli Al Ubaydli says that BTECH's strategic partnership with Batelco is a great benefit for the Bahrain pavilion at GITEX due to Batelco's vital role and impact in the telecommunication and ICT industry.

"Batelco's participation added great value and interest at the event last year, attracting many high calibre visitors keen on entering the Bahrain market. We look forward to another successful event and to working alongside Batelco and other leading local organisations to ensure a very strong representation for the Kingdom of Bahrain at the world class event," adds Al Ubaydli.


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