Leviton, a provider of electrical wiring devices, network and data center connectivity solutions, LED lighting and lighting energy management systems, and security and automation applications has announced that the company will be running a series of seminars on various aspects of networking and lighting solutions across several countries in Middle East. The first of the series of seminars was held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 26th September and followed by the seminar in Jeddah on 27th September 2017.
During the seminar experts from Leviton will also share the case study and discuss technological advances made in the lighting technology such as Power over Ethernet (PoE), which has evolved over the years that today it can run on most of the devices in our homes and offices.
Commenting on the kick-start of the seminars, Managing Director for Leviton Middle East, Aldo Strawbridge said, “It is important for us to connect with our consulting partners and customers to share our best practices from across the globe and present them with our future technology solutions that are going to provide them an extra edge over their competition.”
The other major focus area for this series of seminars would be the networking solutions and the company will hold a separate set of seminars on networking at different locations across the region.
Another area of spotlight during the networking seminar would be Data Centre solutions & evolving CAT8 network cabling technology that is going to transport data at several times faster than today at same or lesser power per port. Leviton will also be talking about the September launch of its latest Make To Order (MTO) cell in Glenrothes Scotland, which will manufacture pre-terminated solutions with best in industry lead times.
He further added, “The company is investing heavily in the region and we are excited about this series of seminars. After, the inaugural seminar at Riyadh, we will travel to other locations in the region and hold these seminars in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Beirut in Lebanon, Cairo in Egypt and Muscat in Oman among others in next few months this year.”