Flexenclosure opens new office in Dubai

Telecom Lead Middle East: Flexenclosure has opened its new office in Dubai.

The new office will serve the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa). Regional sales director Mark O’Sullivan will head the Dubai office.

Recently, Flexenclosure opened its second office in Africa, in Lagos, Nigeria. The company has office in Nairobi, Kenya, India and Sweden.

“The Middle East and North Africa have growing mobile networks with an increasing need for smart telecom infrastructure solutions, and globally the best geographical location to harness renewable energy sources like sun and wind,” said David King, CEO, Flexenclosure.

The company is seeing demand for power management solution eSite and its modular data centre eCentre. Flexenclosure already has existing telecom site installations in the MENA region, e.g. in Sudan, Saudi Arabia, and several North African countries.

It claims that eSite power solution cuts diesel-related costs by up to 90 percent. Powered by renewable energy sources or the grid and a backup genset, eSite can deliver a 90 percent reduction in diesel fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and energy related OPEX compared to traditional diesel based systems.

The MENA region includes both countries with a considerable need for alternative power solutions that will reduce the energy-related operational costs coming from running diesel powered sites, as well as countries where the market driver is mainly to introduce renewable energy sources as a green power alternative.

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