For The First Time In Saudi Arabia, Sahara Net Hosts The Sixth Meeting Of Middle East Networks Operators (MENOG 6)
Sahara Net hosts the sixth meeting of Middle East networks operators group (MENOG 6) from 10-14 April 2010 in Riyadh Sheraton Hotel, organized by RIPE NCC organization which is the non-profit entity responsible to provide Middle East and Europe with Internet Protocols (IP).
MENOG forum was established on nonprofit base and aims at developing all workers in Networks operating sector including engineers and technicians by holding periodical meetings punctuated by rich works managed by the most professional Networks operators in the world, proposing and exchanging modern Networks operating technology to ensure the continuity of developing the performance for this major sector.
Engineer Kais Alessa operations manager in Sahara Net and member of executive committee of Middle East Networks operators group (MENOG) declared on a regional basis, also North America Networks operating group(NANOG) and Southern Asia Networks operating group(SANOG) are nonprofit forums aims at maintaining the quality of Networks operation in those regions.
So, MENOG meetings keep you and your establishment on full knowledge with the latest technology in networking which is racing the time.
After the successes of the last five meetings in Bahrain (twice), Qatar,Kuwait,UAE and Lebanon, the largest economic entity In the Middle East region had to host the sixth version of this important technical event. Also, the best Networks operator in the Kingdom had to be selected to host MENOG meeting, so the choice was Sahara Net.