Mikrolink beefing up telecom infrastructure for 2022 FIFA World Cup
The leading global system integrator, Mikrolink entrusted with creating telecommunications infrastructure for 2022 FIFA World Cup to be held in Qatar later this year is now busy beefing up the preperations.
The company is actively involved in ensuring communication and improving the quality of existing systems in Qatar, which will host millions of people from almost every country in the world during the tournament, providing telecommunication solutions such as 5G Smart Pole, Inbuilding Solutions, and Fixed and Mobile Base Station. It will provide cutting-edge technology to enable high-efficiency and high-quality communication for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. It will also provide GSM network maintenance services both during, and after the World Cup.
Mikrolink Deputy General Manager Doğan Eraslan stated that the company will continue to work with all operators in the country to ensure uninterrupted communication.
Eraslan said “About 3.572 billion people watched the FIFA World Cup held in Russia in 2018 on television and digital media. More than 1.5 million tourists are expected to come to the tournament, which is expected to be watched by more than half of the world’s population. GSM operators are also making preparations to ensure quality and uninterrupted communication. It draws attention with its strong economy, modern structure, and natural structure. Qatar also made a serious investment for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. We aim to guarantee that communication operations in the nation continue without any issues both during and after the FIFA World Cup by providing our services in this direction at worldwide standards, which we use in many nations of the world, including Qatar.”