Gulfnet participates in Kuwait Airport development forum [Kuwait Times]
(Kuwait Times Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) KUWAIT: Gulfnet Communications, the first internet service provider in the Gulf region that provides cutting-edge internet and data services, announced yesterday that its participation in the Kuwait International Airport Development Forum 2013, which was held December 8 and 9, 2013 at the Kuwait International Fair Ground, was successful. Mustafa Murad, COO of Gulfnet Communication said, "Being part of the Kuwait International Airport Development Forum 2013 was a great opportunity to meet all representatives, decision makers and parties seeking to participate in Kuwait's airport, aviation and logistics industries' progress and to take part in Kuwait's reconstruction program. This forum is essential to us and all those involved in the project delivery supply chain. During the forum we were able to successfully feature our integrated communications solutions and technologies that contribute in the development of the airport." He further added: "Gulfnet Communications holds a prominent status across the technology sector in the region, earned by excellent achievements and striving to offer the latest and best services to individuals and corporations in the GCC, Middle East and South Africa. We strongly believe that Gulfnet Communications could play a major role in supporting the development of the Kuwait International Airport." Murad also mentioned, "The participation of Gulfnet Communications in this forum gives us the chance to showcase our latest and cuttingedge integrated communications technologies that will effectively play a major role in rebuilding and developing the overall infrastructure of the airport, an initiative that enables the country to compete with regional counterparts, and in line with the vision of His Highness the Amir's vision of transforming Kuwait into a financial and commercial center. The President of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation Fawaz Al-Farah launched the first annual forum that aimed to develop Kuwait International Airport which kicked off on the 8th of December, 2013.During the launch, Al- Farah visited the stand of Gulfnet Communications where he was welcomed by Gary Shaw, Assistant General Manager in Gulfnet, and got the opportunity to explore the latest technologies and services offered by Gulfnet Communications. Moreover, a comprehensive presentation was delivered to Al-Farah that shed light on the importance of the company's participation at the forum, as Gulfnet Communications has continuously strived to position itself at the forefront of the internet and data communications industry through introducing a broad range of innovative and effective solutions for corporate and residential segments. Mr. Murad added: "Our vision is to be admired as the leading telecommunication and information technology solutions provider based on world-class practices." Gulfnet Communications participation was supported by its partners that complement its business and fully integrated solutions. These include Aruba Networks, a leading provider of enterprise mobility including Enterprise Wireless LAN, Access Points, and BYOD solutions; Arecont Vision, a leading manufacturer of network cameras and megapixel surveillance cameras;Nedap, a manufacturer of intelligent technological solutions for relevant themes;Dzine, digital signage specialist, a world leader in LED display solutionsoffering of digital visualization products with the addition of advanced software tools for content creation and management; andLG Electronics, Inc. a global leader and technology innovator in consumer electronics, mobile communications and home appliances. The Kuwait International Airport Development Forum 2013 is considered one of the largest forums and exhibitions, with the participation of over 200 international and local companies, 8 exhibitors and an average of 1500 visitors. The forum featured the master plan and the development of the Kuwait International Airport (KIA) by various department heads from regulatory authority, projects, construction, consultants, facilities, operations, safety & security, maintenance, IT, management. The private sector and foreign investors are likely to play a major role in implementation of the projects, as the private firms have been encouraged participation with a range of schemes. Today, Gulfnet communications continues to be the market leader in Kuwait, with a wide array of basic and advanced services that help you take your business one step ahead, offering a complete integrated communications technologies and solutions that cater to all residential and corporate sectors.
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