Supernet Limited proudly declares that they have successfully supplied equipment and services for the third stage of a program that supplies multiservice multiplexers, operations, maintenance, warranty, and support services to a major Pakistani customer.
The Pakistan Stock Exchange was notified by the company that the initiative included the installation of a maintenance facility in the country as well as a broad training plan to enable local engineers and technicians to correct any malfunctioning throughout the lifespan of the equipment.
Al Akhtar, Head of BU-Telecoms and Defense for Supernet, stated:
Supernet has proven to be a resilient force by managing to complete this project despite the turbulent economic climate. Our customer loyalty is embodied in this achievement and we are profoundly grateful to our tech partners who have been nothing but supportive through the tough times in Pakistan.
In 2022, Supernet and its Australian tech collaborator Avara Technologies Pty Ltd were selected to implement a project worth about Rs. 250 million.
Avara’s DynaFlex range is a feature-rich access multiplexer, providing outstanding cross-connect and protection functions. It offers broad interface compatibility, with the capability to cater to POTS, SCADA, Ethernet, Serial Data, and Tele-Protection requirements. This makes DynaFlex the optimal solution for carrying mission-critical TDM services over PDH, SDH, Ethernet, and MPLS-TP packet-based interfaces.
DynaFlex has an expansive selection of hot-swappable channel cards that are designed to work with a wide array of physical connections in a modular format.
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