Wateen Geared To Meet Backhaul Demand For 3G, 4G

With the successful conclusion 0f the auction of 3G/4G in Pakistan, the country is now ready to a new era of telecommunications services into force.
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Wateen CEO Naeem Zamindar announced that Wateen is fully geared to meet the high demands of the Backhaul newly arrived next generation mobile networks ( NGMN ) to meet with the largest underground operation fiber in place .

With the latest data services soon to hit the market, Wateen network is ideally positioned to meet the data requirements of all NGMNs. In anticipation of the NGMNs rollout, the company is replacing copper wire cable with a fiber optic network - traversing over 4500 kilometers in more than 50 cities - for the base station (BTS) sites mobile operators such as Zong.
Lately, the conversion has taken on glass fiber cable up pace and even mobile companies have access to fiber connected networks, the possibility of real 3G/4G technology is truly viable.
He explained that Wateen network is for saving the available spectrum for mobile operators of the next generation for high data consumption for stationary subscribers and free the new frequency for "mobile” subscribers available. With regard to the provision of telecom customer’s better and faster data services has already entered into an agreement with Hawaii together with Qubee its network infrastructure upgrade to 4G LTE support Wateen Telecom.
Wateen Telecom Marketing GM Sohaib Sheikh said that the main focus of the company is the most responsive network in the country. With the advent of 3G and 4G services , mobile operators will start witnesses added load on their networks and Wateen has many solutions to benefit the entire telecom industry .
Addressing the Pakistani government and the Pakistani Telecommunications Authority, Sheikh praised the government and all those involved for the completion of the auction in a transparent process.
The government's efforts are exactly in line with the need to project Pakistan as a telecommunications hub for the entire regi0n. He believed that this would be the first step, and in the future the government will use the full national potential to serve as a regional market leader in the telecommunications sector and enable the country.

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