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Libya: new era in enterprise communications

June 25, 2013 • Mobile and Telecoms, North Africa, Top Stories

Aastra, a leading company at the forefront of the enterprise communication market, organized together with its regional distributor Tawasol and Aastra’s local representative and system integrator Dolphin Telecom a technology update conference for customers in Libya.

Technology companies in Libya recently convened to discuss the theme 'a new era in enterprise communications'. (Image source: Google/jonarnold-analyst.blogspot.com)

This is Aastra’s first event in Libya after its acquisition of Ericsson’s enterprise business and one of the largest of its kind in the region. Under the title “A new Era in Enterprise Communications”, this event, which was hosted in the Radisson Blu hotel, Tripoli on June 19, gathered more than 120 participants from major industries like Oil & Gas, Government, Hospitality and Banking.

The opening session was held by Mr. Mohamad Al Faqih, General Manager of Dolphin Telecom and the keynote speech was held by Dr. Roger Hage, Vice President Aastra Middle East and Africa.

The seminar covered a market update as well as latest trends in enterprise communications. Topics like technology transformation, unified communications & collaboration, multimedia contact centres, enterprise mobility and HD video telephony & conferencing were presented and discussed.

Aastra demonstrated live its latest solutions including the MX-ONE Telephony Server and BluStar Video Telephony & Conferencing solution.

“I was overwhelmed by the large number of participants and their interest and active participation in this seminar. We saw a big interest among large enterprise customers in modernizing their voice networks by transforming their technology step-by-step” says Marcus Junthe’, head of product management at Aastra Middle East & Africa, who presented the latest products.

Junthe’ concludes: “This event is part of our commitment in helping enterprises in Libya communicate more efficiently and cope with the challenges and opportunities brought forward by the new technological developments.”

Staff Writer

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