Nortel touts unified communications hyperconnectivity.
Nortel hopes that its presence at GULFCOMMS will help it to push further into the unified communications and fibre-to-the-home markets, as it focuses on helping businesses to drive productivity and minimise their costs.
"Our main focus is demonstrating the importance of ‘hyperconnectivity', a new era in which anything that can be connected to the network will be connected, encompassing person-to-person communications, person-to-machine and machine-to-machine," says Ramin Attari, Nortel's vice president and managing director for the Middle East.
At this year's show, Nortel is showcasing its unified communications for converged data networks, unified security architecture, global services and security services, carrier IMS solutions and Nortel green and energy savings solutions.
"Driving the transformation of today's networks, Nortel is investing in a variety of innovative technologies focused in the areas of 4G broadband wireless, carrier Ethernet, optical, next-generation services and applications, unified communications and secure networking.
"From design, installation and launch of new networks, to the upgrade, support and management of existing systems, Nortel's portfolio of solutions is one of the most comprehensive in the industry," adds the Nortel vice president. "We hope that our participation will generate enough hot leads and opportunities to continue our aggressive push to the market across the region."