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Frequentis to open UAE office serving the Middle East

Posted 8 May 2018 · Add Comment

Frequentis, a supplier of communication and information solutions, will open a new office in Abu Dhabi.

The offices will provide the region with a permanent sales and support service, further expanding the Frequentis global network and enabling continued growth.

Frequentis AG has over 70 years of experience in safety-critical communications, developing from a mid- sized Austrian business into a successful and international corporate group, providing solutions and products in approximately 140 countries, with subsidiaries in more than 50 countries. The company has been serving clients throughout the Middle East with tailor-made solutions for over 20 years, with the support of strong local partners.

The company has a strong working relationship with most Middle Eastern customers, including providing centre tower automation and AIM and surveillance solutions for the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), fully IP voice communications and recording for the Saudi Air Navigation Service (SANS), and other voice communications and recording systems throughout the Middle East, as well as a maritime communications infrastructure for the Sultanate of Oman. Frequentis has also provided a C4I Centre solution for five public safety organisations in the Middle East, allowing full radio and digital TETRA and LTE integration.

 “The opening of our new Abu Dhabi office is an exceptionally important strategic step for Frequentis. I am confident that the establishment of a permanent regional base will not only further improve our ability to deliver excellence to our existing and future customers but will also create local jobs for the region. I previously worked for two years in the Middle East and as part of my personal commitment I am visiting the area in order to talk to customers and partners, culminating in my visit to the Dubai Airport Show.” said Frequentis CEO, Norbert Haslacher.

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