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Dorado wins EUN deal

Saudi Egyptian Logistics and Electronics Company (Salec Egypt), a channel partner for infrastructure management software vendor Dorado, has announced that the Egyptian Universities Network (EUN) and National Research Institutes have selected the Redcell network configuration and security solution for their Juniper Networks’ infrastructure.

Saudi Egyptian Logistics and Electronics Company (Salec Egypt), a channel partner for infrastructure management software vendor Dorado, has announced that the Egyptian Universities Network (EUN) and National Research Institutes have selected the Redcell network configuration and security solution for their Juniper Networks’ infrastructure.

Salec Egypt will deploy and maintain Dorado’s Redcell Management Centre and Redcell NetRestore for real-time network configuration, firmware management, configuration file back-up and restoration, and security monitoring.

“We are implementing the latest IPV6 + MPLS networking technologies and IP network security solutions. By effectively leveraging the Juniper Networks’ infrastructure to ensure the project’s success, we’re able to protect the customer's investment,” said Mahmoud Soliman, president and CEO at Salec International.

“The Redcell suite is the only industry option that manages the initial network deployment and the services to be deployed, scales from what is required today and tomorrow, and supports a heterogeneous infrastructure,” Soliman added. “The integrated suite and device support strategy lets us deploy the solution quickly and add to it incrementally, without interruption, to support new services and technologies.”

Salec Egypt selected Redcell for EUN’s new network project that will link Egypt’s 16 universities and nine research institutes together with the Egyptian national Scientific and Technical Information Network (ENSTINET), EUN, Ministry of Communications and IT, and Bibliotheca Alexandria.

Headquartered in Cairo, Salec positions itself as an international systems integrator capable of designing, building and delivering state-of-the-art ICT solutions worldwide. The company has five offices spanning Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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