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Vendors fight for telecomms supremacy

Vendors are offering intensive training for the telecomms industry in a bid to take control of this fast-growing market in the region.

The telcommunications market is heating up in Jordan and Egypt, and Compaq and MobileCom have jumped in to stake a claim by providing intensive telecomms training for the reseller channel and university students respectively.

MobileCom, Jordan’s new GSM operator, is providing the University of Jordan students with career development programmes that will see graduating students developing technical skills and know-how to meet real world requirements.

“MobileCom is committed to providing students with the tools, the information resources and the technical expertise needed to ensure that these students enjoy the same technical expertise that others enjoy around the world,” said Jean Luc Vuillemin, CEO of MobileCom.

Compaq on the other hand, has targeted the telecommunications market in Eygpt for training its reseller channel in a bid to take command of the market through its Eline division.

“One of Compaq’s objectives in this field is to continue to strengthen its position as a leading telecommunications solutions provider for Egypt and for the region as a whole,” said Tareq Heiba, general manager, Compaq Egypt.

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