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Regional ambitions

Australian firm Netcomm Limited is hoping to conquer the Middle East market by finding a selection of regional partners at GITEX Technology Week this year.

Australian firm Netcomm Limited is hoping to conquer the Middle East market by finding a selection of regional partners at GITEX Technology Week this year.

"We are keen to partner with agents in the UAE, Middle East and Africa to offer 3G HSPA router solutions," says product manager mobile broadband, Brett Stevens.

The Sydney-based company, a first-time exhibitor at GITEX, has provided data communication products for over 25 years and boasts a broad portfolio of products including networking, routers, wireless, VoIP and HSPA technologies, as well as emerging technologies such as SHDSL, 3G and commercial solutions.

"NetComm's objective for GITEX is to introduce the portfolio of broadband products, including the latest embedded 3G HSPA Wi-Fi router," Stevens continues.

"Our HSPA products are designed specificially to meet the needs of international carriers and can be developed in line with individual networks. HSPA routers bundled with wireless, voice and DSL ports are just some of the features our engineers can develop to meet global operators requirements," he adds.

Stevens also believes that GITEX is an invaluable opportunity for the industry to discover "the latest and greatest technologies".

"GITEX brings together IT leaders of the world in a single location to discover all these technologies," he points out.

"In line with the rapid growth and evolution of technologies, GITEX showcases tomorrow's technology today," he continues.

"This then allows IT decision-makers to map out the future of the technology industry," Stevens concludes.

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