GITEX 2017: A Look at Iran’s Bright Future in ICT

New findings and the growth of research and production in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can help Iran rank as one of the leading countries in ICT within the next decade.

The Islamic Republic of Iran is attending the GITEX Technology Week 2017 in Dubai, the UAE, in a bid to display its latest achievements in different fields of science and technology.

GoldNet Company is one of the most important Iranian firms working in the field of ICT, which is participating at the GITEX this year.

Here is an interview with the CEO of GoldNet company, Mr Khosravi:

GoldNet has been certified as a knowledge-based company by the Science and Technology Department of the Iranian Presidential Office, and has received its license from the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology of Iran to provide data services. It was established in 2000 with the aim of providing services in the ICT domain.

Currently, with over 15 years of experience in various fields of ICT, the company has managed to register eight patents and obtain licenses.

GoldNet Co., as the domestic and international ICT agent of the Science and Technology Department of the Iranian Presidential Office, is licenced to export technology products. Using this advantage, it is now implementing a plan called the ‘International Services Exchange Platform’.

The group has always tried to present its services tailored to the latest advances and achievements of the day, and has proven its pioneering role in the field.

This is achieved in collaboration with the major scientific centres such as Ferdowsi University of Mashhad and the commercial partnership with the only IP-PBX laboratory of the country.

Between 2011 and 2015, the company signed two export agreements with Kenya and New Zealand for the Fleet Management System, or the GoldTracks tracker.

GoldNet participated in GITEX 2015 and was selected as one of the top four Iranian companies of the Islamic Republic’s pavilion.

At the 2017 GITEX, due to the presence of all reputable ICT companies from around the world, GoldNet intends to introduce the Iranian Export-Import Centre (Export of ICT Products) and the International Services Exchange Platform so as to attract business partners and engage more with its counterparts in other countries.

The GoldNet’s advantage is the ability to identify the needs, and also define and monitor the implementation of integration-based projects in three areas of hardware, software and network as well as providing access to specialized experts both at home and abroad.

It also is able to set national standards in these areas and provide large-scale consultations to infrastructural companies, operators and service providers, as well as security monitoring at different levels for different projects.

Furthermore, the company’s products and services will be presented at the exhibition at an international level. The company’s products and service are as follows:

  • GNAS or GoldNet Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA) Services
  • Public Wi-Fi Platforms (Rightel)
  • Chakavak OTT Software (Instant Messenger & Internet Phone)
  • GoldNet Fleet Management System, (GoldTracks Tracker)
  • GoldTracks Tracking App

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