Network Equipment Reseller Does Relationship Selling in the Middle East

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NetworkEquipment.net is proud to announce that it has now developed a business relationship with an Internet consulting group located in the Kingdom of Bahrain. NetworkEquipment.net continues to expand its presence in the Middle East and North Africa and has now done business in 96 countries.

NetworkEquipment.net is proud to announce that is has now developed a business relationship with an Internet consulting group located in the Kingdom of Bahrain. NetworkEquipment.net continues to expand its presence in the Middle East and North Africa and has now done business in 96 countries.

Bahrain has been connected to the internet since 1995 with the country's domain suffix being '.bh'. The country's connectivity score (a statistic which measures both Internet access and fixed and mobile telephone lines) is 210.4 percent per person, while the regional average in the Gulf States is 135.37 percent.The number of Bahraini internet users has risen from 40,000 in 2000 to 250,000 in 2008, or from 5.95 to 33 percent of the population. As of January 2012, the TRA has licensed 34 Internet Service Providers.

According to Hal Stevens, CEO of NetworkEquipment.net, “For quite some time we have been working with contacts in Bahrain to develop the right type of relationship and do meaningful, and profitable, business there. With the establishment of our recent contacts we have finally reached that goal.”

NetworkEquipment.net is a privately held company that both buys and sells out of channel, new and used network hardware, from Cisco Systems, Juniper Networks, HP, Polycom, Extreme Networks, Brocade Communications Systems, Redback Networks, Force 10 Networks, F5 Networks, Fortinet, Aruba Networks and phone equipment, from Avaya and others. To find out more, please visit http://www.NetworkEquipment.net.

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