Neeco delivered and installed 1000+ pieces of hardware at 53 diplomatic sites around the world for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Neeco’s partner Tata Communications had won a significant contract to deliver global connectivity to an airline customer.
When it comes to network hardware support and maintenance, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) cover their latest equipment and solutions.
Neeco was hired to install 3G/4G capable routers at around 900 Shell sites geographically spread out over several countries of Europe. In order to meet the challenging price and timeframe of the project, the end-customer needed trained engineers capable of installing the solution in under an hour.
International Telecoms Week (ITW), the world’s largest annual meeting for the global wholesale telecommunications community, was held virtually.
The client is an international chain of full-service hotels and resorts. As of 2010, they had over 530 branded hotels worldwide, in 78 countries across six continents.
The client is an international dairy company that wanted to improve its internal logistics processes by maximizing the effi ciency of its delivery service while minimising product loss/damage during transport.
You’re on a video conference call with your team, hammering out the details of an important project, and then BAM. No Internet. While many of us are really enjoying working from home, some people are struggling with technical issues that are completely out of their control.
The current situation with the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has forced many companies to change the way operate.
A chat with Senior Solution Architect Roman Anisimov about Neeco’s new work-from-home support packages
"Nobody knows where this is going, or when it will end, but we want to continue to be a trusted partner for our clients through the thick of it."