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Ooredoo launches MPLS connectivity in Oman

3 Dec 2014

Ooredoo Oman (formerly known as Nawras) has introduced a new service, IP Virtual Private Network (IP VPN), which offers MPLS-based multi-point connectivity within the Sultanate. The firm says that businesses will now be able to exchange business communication and application data between different users and nodes across multiple locations over its secured, reliable and redundant next generation network. Ooredoo’s infrastructure covers all strategic business locations within Oman and extends internationally through its global MPLS network. Said Al Shanfari, director of Business Marketing commented: ‘Ooredoo’s MPLS connectivity allows businesses to stay connected with a secure and reliable network. Plus, the service is fully managed 24 hours a day by Ooredoo to give peace of mind and allow customers to focus on their business while leaving the technology to us.’

Oman, Ooredoo Oman

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