Nexans strengthens Middle East presence with new Saudi office
From its new office in Riyadh, Nexans is now well-positioned to deliver the latest in technology, including flexible and scalable LAN and data centre solutions, while providing local on-ground support to customers in Saudi Arabia
Nexans Telecom & Data division, a supplier of end- to-end network infrastructure solutions, is expanding its footprint in the Middle East with the opening of its office at Al Muruj in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The expansion, according to the company, is natural evolution of its growth strategy. The move will enable it to provide better, more tailored services to clients in Saudi Arabia and wider region, which includes its latest fibre and copper structured cabling solutions, data centre solutions and Fibre To The Office (FTTO) concept.
While there is increasing demand for flexible and scalable networking solutions inside commercial office buildings, Healthcare and Airport infrastructures, but also data centres, now enterprises are also looking at future sustainability and carbon footprint. Nexans will continue looking for opportunities for further growth in the Middle East region, while strengthening its position as a reliable partner for LAN & Data Centre projects throughout the region.
“Even within the region, and in Saudi Arabia, a hybrid workforce is increasingly becoming a reality in 2022 and beyond. Data centers and commercial networking systems are now required to cope with increasing demands for changes like the usage of more applications along with the convergence of networks. This ongoing transformation requires urgent attention to be paid to existing infrastructure and planning for the changes ahead,” said Arafat Yousef, Managing Director – Middle East & Africa, Nexans Data Network Solutions.
“We are expecting growth to return to data center systems over the next two years. By opening our Nexans Data Network Solutions office in Riyadh, we are well positioned to deliver solutions to boost digital transformation and support the growing hybrid workforce,” added Yousef.