NEDECO Electronics Ltd and Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise: A New Era for Communication and Networking

NEDECO Electronics Ltd, a leading provider of telecommunications and technology solutions for public organisations and private enterprises, in collaboration with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, a leading provider of communications, networking and cloud solutions tailored to customers’ industries, organised an informative event.

It took place on Wednesday, 10 April, at Lemon Park in Nicosia, focusing on the latest developments in telecommunications and network solutions for businesses and organisations.

The event was graced by distinguished guest speakers and representatives from the military, government, police, and media.

The event, moderated by journalist Melanie Steliou, highlighted the importance of communication in an era of rapid change, establishing it as the alpha and omega of everyday life. With technology creating breakthroughs in every aspect of our lives, the need for continuous connectivity and constant upgrading of services and tools that provide immediate and effective solutions is significant. The event welcomed 85 attendees from Governmental, Educational, and Healthcare organisations.

Loukianos Raftis, CEO of NEDECO Electronics Ltd, spoke about the long-standing relationship and cooperation with Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, which has contributed to the substantial quality and prompt services they offer to their clients: "We are particularly proud of our immediate response and after-sales support, especially since we serve large organisations dealing with health, education, and national security matters."

Konstantinos Makkas, Channel Sales Manager at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, highlighted the company's rich history and experience in the communications sector, focusing on the company's goals and future strategy: "The company consistently provides flexible and reliable solutions tailored to customer needs. A key part of our strategy is offering specialised solutions to organisations on a horizontal scale, as we provide not only products but also services."

Sebastien Claret, Director Business Development Network Division at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, discussed technological trends in the market, focusing on artificial intelligence, digital processes, and the critical aspect of cybersecurity.

Miguel Diaz, Director Technical Sales & Services Europe-South at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise, analysed communications in the digital age and the need to integrate different communication and contact channels to make daily life more functional. Mr. Diaz particularly focused on the future of the workplace, which he described as "eminently digital."

The panel discussion also featured Vassos Georgiou from The Island Private School and Andreas Kalogirou on behalf of the Cyprus Police, who explained the importance of communication and security networks in organisations like theirs. The event concluded with questions and inquiries posed by the attendees to the panel members.

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