January 30, 2013, Dubai - Etisalat Group and Pacific Controls, the leading global automation company, on Tuesday announced an agreement to jointly offer unique Machine-to-Machine based (M2M Technology) sustainable development applications and support to clients across Etisalat’s footprint. This will bring environmentally beneficial, green IT to the Middle East, Africa and Asia covering fifteen countries in total.
The new agreement was signed at a press conference in Dubai by Khalifa Al Shamsi, Chief Digital Services Officer, Etisalat Group and Dilip Rahulan, Executive Chairman of Pacific Controls.
The event was organised to coincide with a visit from the President of the GSM Association (GSMA) Mobile for Development Program, Mr Lawrence Yanovitch and the program's Managing Director Chris Locke. Sougata Nandi, Ahmed bin Ali, Senior Vice President Corporate Communications - Etisalat Group, Abdulla Hashim, Senior Vice President Business Solutions - Etisalat UAE, Dr Shane Role nio-frougatawas o