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Spectrum Training joins hands with Tellabs

Move to strengthen telecom expertise in the Middle East region

Spectrum Training joins hands with Tellabs
Spectrum is pleased to add Tellabs solutions and products into its area of expertise, says Chauhan.

Spectrum Training, a provider of IT networking and security training, has joined hands with mobile internet solution provider Tellabs.

In terms of the accord, Spectrum Training and Tellabs have signed a partnership agreement to provide Tellabs certified training and lab services in the Middle East.

"We are pleased to add Tellabs solutions and products into our area of expertise. Service providers can now enhance their technical knowledge locally without the need to travel abroad," said Ajay Singh Chauhan, CEO, Spectrum Group. "We provide well-equipped training and lab facilities in several Middle East countries and also offer in-house training for service providers."

According to Chauhan, new specialised training courses on mobile backhaul for 2G, 3G and 4G networks will help service providers optimise their current networks, reduce operating and capital expenses and plan future network investments.

"The Middle East region is one of the fastest-growing telecoms markets in the world, where there is a real need for the high quality engineering and telecom expertise," said Tarcisio Ribeiro, vice president, Europe, Middle East and Africa at Tellabs.

Ribeiro added that: "The partnership with Spectrum Training enables us to improve and expand our certified training and lab service portfolio locally, helping our customers to succeed as the market continues to expand."

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