Egypt’s Nile University helps propel one of the world’s oldest civilizations into the 21st Century thanks to Nexans solutions
Home to the world’s greatest ancient engineering wonders, Egypt’s newest technology institute represents a major effort to build a world-class IT presence in this region. Nexans Cabling Solutions, and distributor UBC, successfully installed the country’s first Category 6A network and Intelligent Infrastructure Management platform on its campus.
Molex Premise Networks (MPN) was selected as the partner of choice to design and deploy a data and voice backbone infrastructure for Gulftainer’s new build headquarters, the Sarh Al Emarat Tower in the Buhairah Coniche area in Sharjah.
Established in 1976 and based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE); Gulftainer Company Limited is the largest privately owned port management and 3PL logistics company in the world and has been delivering world-class performance to its customers for more than 35 years.
We were under an impression that we had the best IT infrastructure and our employees were comfortably working here; however, our employees were not doing well as expected.
After analyzing the issue, we understood that they were affected by the unprecedented noise produced by the IT Equipment’s. We found that it was unbearably loud and those working close to Racks had to suffer maximally. They could not converse or discuss freely.
Art meets architecture, as Louvre Abu Dhabi weaves tales under marvellous dome
Louvre Abu Dhabi opened doors to the public in November 2017, and has been fascinating visitors with creative contemporary and permanent displays. A prominent cultural attraction that has been in the making since 2007, it aims to host four temporary but exclusive exhibitions per year set up by 13 museum partners in France. The structure is meant to be a portal that takes visitors on a journey back in time across various civilisations around the world.
Recent times have seen Saudi Arabia experience development at a remarkable rate, but key industry sectors have not always been able to keep pace. While certain industries grew by leaps and bounds (architecture, technology), others took longer to find their stride.
Take for instance, the retail industry; up until the early 2000s, Saudi Arabia was still new to the idea of North American shopping malls—most people still preferred shopping at traditional neighbourhood convenience stores.
To deploy a high-performance, reliable, and easy-to-use high-definition surveillance solution in KAIA’s 13 parking lots, terminal lobbies, retail shops, duty free areas, and restaurants for greater security, more efficient management, and to protect travelers and airport assets.
Over 270 Avigilon HD cameras ranging from 1 MP to 16 MP provide complete coverage of KAIA’s parking lots, terminals lobbies, and all internal market shops, all of which are streamed and monitored around the clock in the airport’s state-of-the-art control room.
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Geneva has deployed a Nexans LANmark-6 10G infrastructure that delivers the bandwidth needed today and in the long-term
When the OHCHR planned to relocate to a newly renovated building, it decided to upgrade existing cabling to provide enough bandwidth for future applications. Nexans delivered a future-proof solution that met all the UN’s requirements for today’s and tomorrow’s bandwidth needs on a short timescale.