IEC Telecom showcases OneGate Energy equipment at ADIPEC
The firm launched the product at this year's Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference.
Leading network communication firms displayed their solutions for business with satcom-empowered services at a major gas and oil conference in Abu Dhabi.
Network communications provider IEC Telecom showcased their new 'OneGate Energy' equipment, which allows business with satcom-empowered services to set up a virtual platform from remote locations.
The firm launched this product at this year's Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference.
It's a land variation of the firm's OneGate solution, which also has products available for the maritime sector, including OneGate Marine and OneGate offshore.
The solution enables technical teams to maintain, update and upgrade onside infrastructure remotely. It also keeps the corporate environment separate from the staff network, which ensures that classified data remains safe and eliminates cyber threats.
Nabil Ben Soussia, Vice President of Maritime at IEC Telecom Group, said: "Digital technologies are helping almost every industry rewrite its operating landscape, and the oil and gas industry can no longer remain behind. 2020 will be an important year for Middle East energy companies to accelerate their digital transformation and further adoption of new solutions can help businesses stay sustainable and competitive. According to Wood Mackenzie, the industry can save up to $73 billion within five years in exploration and production by adopting the latest technologies."
IEC Telecom provided a 'one stop shop' to visitors at the conference along with its partners, Thuraya, Intellian and Yahclick, particularly for all satcom-related enquiries to support the increasing demand for real-time communication across the Middle East's energy sector.
Thuraya showcased its latest affordable voice terminal, Thuraya MarineStar. It provides users voice communications with tracking and monitoring across the world's busiest sea rotes and fishing hotspots. It can also make satellite calls to landlines, mobile phones, other satellite phones and connect to a standard analogue phone as an extension.
"Thuraya MarineStar represents a new and important chapter in Thuraya's maritime portfolio. With more than 300K small vessels expected to benefit from the service, we are looking forward to working with our distribution partners to roll out Thuraya MarineStar worldwide and benefit from strong potential demand from users for this game-changing solution," the chief commercial officer of Thuraya, Shawkat Ahmed, said.
IEC Telecom also showcased its 'IEC Welfare Solution, along with its satellite broadband partner Yahclick.
Samer Bazyan, VP Sales Middle East and North Africa at YahClick, said: "IEC Welfare offers uninterrupted and cost-effective connectivity thanks to YahClick's use of the efficiencies provided by High Throughput Satellite (HTS) technologies over the Ka-Band. This is particularly relevant with the demand for satellite ka bandwidth continuing to grow year-on-year in the UAE by 10 per cent, and for welfare by 40 per cent."
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