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euromicron pushes security networks

euromicron is presenting high-performance networking kit at Gitex as it looks to recruit partners and identify new customers in the Middle East

euromicron is presenting high-performance cabling systems in the 10Gbit range, high quality fibre-optics connectors and assemblies and references on huge multimedia projects for data, voice and TV communication at Gitex 2004.

As part of the German Pavilion, the systems installer, manufacturer and wholesaler of communication and security networks and components has had a successful year in the Middle East since marking its debut in the region with an appearance at last year’s Gitex.

As well as meeting with existing customers in the Middle East, euromicron is also on the lookout for more contacts that can further drive its business into the burgeoning Middle East market for high-quality communication networks and security systems. Potential partners and customers are all welcome on euromicron’s stand to see the extensive product range the vendor has to offer.

euromicron has references from a number of major verticals for its communications networks, security systems and data storage infrastructures.

With significant expertise in the manufacturing, hospitality, utility and transport verticals, euromicron is looking to translate its wealth of experience, derived from working with major clients including Deutsche Telekom, Daimler Chrysler and Lufthansa, into similar success stories for the fast-growing Middle East markets.

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