Airspan Networks expands Middle East activities with new regional office in Dubai


Airspan Networks, a provider of broadband wireless access
networks, announced that it has opened a new office in Dubai and will be
participating in the local Gitex Technology exhibition this week.


Steve Brierley, the vice president of sales for Middle
East and North Africa, will lead the new office is located in the heart of
Dubai, making it easily accessible to customers across the region.


“The Gulf region is full of opportunity for growth
in areas where communications infrastructure is lacking or under-developed.
There is also growth potential in the oil and gas industry and other vertical
markets such as smart grids and transportation. We have a unique and compelling
4G infrastructure offering that suits the area and can help deliver new-age 4G
connectivity throughout the Middle East,” said Henrik Smith-Petersen,
president of business development, Airspan.


The first undertaking of the new office is the
participating at the upcoming Gitex Technology Week show which takes place this
week from October 9-13, 2011 in the Dubai International Convention Centre,
where Airspan will be highlighting its newest product portfolio.


Airspan recently announced the expansion
by Ulusnet, Mongolia, of their 4G broadband network. Ulusnet  launched its WiMAX
network in 2007 and has been serving residential, business and government
customers with high-speed broadband services since.


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