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Network Middle East Award winners announced

Smart Government initiatives take centre stage at leading regional network industry Awards

Network Middle East Award winners announced
Leading lights in regional networking industry recognised at glittering Network Middle East Awards 2016 ceremony in Dubai.

The Winners of the 2016 Network Middle East Innovation Awards have been announced.

At a glittering ceremony at the Conrad Hotel in Dubai last night, dozens of gathered guests witnessed the crowning of the best projects, people, suppliers and service providers that have excelled in the regional networking sector over the past twelve months.

A total of 18 Awards were on offer, in three broad categories of Vendor, Implementation and Individual awards.

Government agencies were major winners on the night, with General Civil Aviation Authority, RAK e-Government, RTA and E-Government of Umm Al Quwain taking top honours in their categories. This reflects the steps taken by Governments in the UAE particularly to adopt Smart Government initiatives.

Huawei walked away with the Networking Vendor of the Year Award as the vendor continues to make waves in the regional enterprise market, extending gains the company has made in the service provider market.

The full list of winners is below.

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