Avaya completes Dubai Media City communications Infrastructure
US-based voice and data networks provider Avaya has completed of the communications infrastructure phases two and three of Dubai Media City (DMC) and Dubai Internet City (DIC) respectively, making the free zones home to developed commercial Internet Protocol (IP) Telephony systems.
The free zones' entire communications network infrastructures have been built using Avaya's industry Systimax Structured Connectivity solutions. The 32,000 square meter regional information technology (IT) and media hub, is the Middle East's largest IT-build with some 60,000 fiber connections, nearly 87,000 copper connections and 4,500 kilometers of Avaya Gigaspeed copper cable.
A total of 15 buildings, including five in the recently completed DIC Phase three, have been equipped with Avaya's Gigaspeed copper cabling and Avaya Optispeed fibre optic cabling solutions. For interconnection of the fiber infrastructure, Avaya's connectors have been used in the data center and main distribution frames in each building making the free zones the world's largest user of this connector type.
Headquartered in New Jersay, Avaya provides voice and data networks as well as communications solutions and services that help businesses, government agencies and other institutions. Avaya offers customer relationship management solutions, unified communication solutions, service provider solutions, multiservice networking infrastructure, and converged voice and data networks. — (menareport.com)
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