The project, which will be open for local and international companies, will save a “large amount” of money currently spent on connecting to the Internet, the minister noted.
The project is important for Jordan’s financial, administrative and information reform, he added.
Ghoul said the project is key to Jordan becoming a leader in e-health and e-education services, a matter that would positively reflect on the development of the Kingdom and the empowerment of human resources.
Cisco announced it will be returning to Gitex for yet another year to showcase a range of innovative, ground-breaking technology solutions, product lines and services. Key focus for the company at this year’s show will around its robust and secure core routing, switching, mobility and services, Cisco’s immersive Collaboration solutions, Cisco’s unified and guaranteed Data Center/Virtualisation/Cloud offerings, architectures for a world-class network and the company’s world class financing solutions. Over the next ten years, the Internet will provide phenomenal opportunities for businesses and individuals throughout the Middle East region and Cisco is at a very exciting, pivotal place being at forefront of Internet of Everything (IoE), an era where the Internet has the potential to dramatically improve the lives of everyone on our planet.
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