Microsoft to support new Jordan operator GNIoT

Wednesday 12 January 2022 | 11:56 CET | News
Microsoft has come on board as a strategic partner to the General Network Internet of Things (GNIoT) company to help accelerate Jordan's digital transformation through IoT technologies. GNIoT was recently granted a class communications licence by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission of Jordan. It is the first company of its kind in the country to be awarded this licence, which will enable GNIoT to provide IoT services to the public and government alike. Through this strategic partnership, GNIoT and Microsoft will establish IoT infrastructure to provide coverage across Jordan. 

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Jordan
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