BCL was formed in a joint venture with Cable and Wireless to provide engineering support to Etisalat, the UAE telephone company. It has built on that foundation and the long and rich local knowledge and currently provides human capital solutions focusing on the telecommunication and technology markets where professionals are outsourced to work on customer projects. BCL also provides installation and service support on a wide range of telecommunication systems including UMTS, GSM, GPRS, Radio Communication Systems, VSAT Systems, Wireless Internet and more.
Today’s dynamic enterprise environment requires smarter communication solution for diversified roles of employees. Flexible device usage and round-the-clock connectivity is the need of the hour for the mobile workforce in order to have consistent in-office experience while working from home, between appointments or while on the move. Increasing competition, flexible workplaces, and timings give rise to the need for more collaborative communication solutions for in-office and mobile workforce. With collaboration and mobility as the key aspects of business communications, the term ‘unified communication’ has been evolved.
Data Traffic Management is designed so that internet users can more reliably get to your websites or any other IP application. It applies an internet-centric approach to global load balancing to provide high site availability and responsiveness to online user requests. Unlike traditional hardware-based solutions that reside within the data center, our service is a fault-tolerant solution that makes intelligent routing decisions based on real-time data center performance health and global internet conditions to route online user requests to the most appropriate data center using an optimized internet route for that user at that moment. It’s only a load balancing solution that leverages the scale and speed of the global platform.
Wireless connectivity is the design, configuration, installation and maintenance of all the physical elements necessary to connect the information generator transceiver devices (PCs, servers, printers, scanners, cameras, and detectors, etc.) between themselves and with the applications necessary for business, without the use of physical connectivity cables or supports. The connection is wireless. We provide this type of connectivity through wireless networks (WLAN) also called Wi-Fi networks, due to the Wi-Fi Alliance certification given to equipment that meets the standards.
The term passive infrastructure denotes the widest possible coverage of transmission media used in networks today – copper twisted pair and coax), fiber optic, RF wireless, and microwave. As the name suggests, the focus is on the parts of the network often hidden in the wall, underground or above the streets, rather than the “active” components of a network that often get the most attention. Passive infrastructure training is designed to provide students a firm grounding in the connectivity used to and from active devices on a network.