Integrated ICT system and service solutions provider Waseela has opened office in Qatar as part of its regional expansion.
Through its new branch in Doha’s Gate Building Tower 2, Waseela seeks to tap into growing demand for integrated ICT (information communication and technology) systems in Qatar as the country’s construction boom gathers momentum. Since its 2007 incorporation in Jordan, Waseela has expanded into the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Waseela’s Qatar office offers clients in the country a full spectrum of solutions and services provided by its subsidiary companies with smart solutions for mega construction projects a key area of focus.
The firm is also undertaking specialised projects such as deploying broadband wireless networks for public security surveillance, creating public safety wireless systems in underground tunnels, installing 3G and 4G systems, and delivering turnkey integrated solutions combining ICT with extremely low voltage (ELV) and building management systems (BMS).
“We started operating in Qatar in early 2015, and were quickly able to position ourselves as a highly capable systems integrator across telecoms, ICT and ELV solutions. The launch of a dedicated branch in Doha improves our ability to deliver unmatched service and expertise in integrated solutions to clients across construction, public sector and industry projects,” Waseela’s chief executive Samer Taha said.
Waseela has been building telecom solutions since 2007, and has a strong track record in creating advanced IP networking, delivering nationwide wireless networks, and implementing indoor telecom systems for airports, hotels, malls and universities across the Gulf Cooperation Council.
The company has also formed a specialised team to handle the design and implementation of converged ICT, ELV and BMS solutions for large construction projects.
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