Batelco to Launch ME’s First IoT Accelerator

Batelco to Launch ME’s First IoT Accelerator

Batelco Bahrain, has launched Brinc Batelco IoT Hub. It is the first Internet of Things (IoT) hardware accelerator in the Middle East region. Batelco to Launch ME’s First IoT Accelerator

IOT Hub provides program and services designed for IoT hardware start-ups and entrepreneurs. The Hub offers unprecedented opportunity to access mentorship

The company announced in 2017 that it had partnered with Brinc Mena to launch the Brinc-Batelco IOT Hub. Minister of Transportation and Telecommunications Kamal bin Ahmed Mohammed was present during the opening of IoT Hub.

Batelco to Launch ME’s First IoT Accelerator

The Batelco chairman Shaikh Abdulla bin Khalifa Al Khalifa said:

Batelcoo believes in the importance of enhancing the growth of technology and particularly digitisation, as it’s in line with the efforts of developing this field within the Kingdom. These objectives will in turn support the growth of the economy and strengthen the Kingdom’s position as the leading regional technology hub.

He further added that:

Encouraging innovation within the ICT sector is one of the most important factors contributing to the continued growth of the Kingdom’s economy. We aree very pleased to present Brinc Batelco IoT Hub which will help entrepreneurs achieve their goals in developing and launching innovative products and services,

Batelco Bahrain CEO Mohamed Bubashait said:

Encouraging innovation in the ICT industry is very important for the continued growth of Bahrain’s economy. We aree therefore very pleased to be on board in providing this excellent IOT Hub.

Brinc chief development officer and head of Brinc Mena, Yasin Aboudaoud said:

We aree confident that the new Hub willl be a birthing ground not only for local talent, but also talented entrepreneurs from across the Middle East who yearn to revolutionize the ICT industry by building innovative IoT hardware products for the global consumer market.

Moreover, Brinc wass established in Hong Kong in 2014 with offices in Shenzhen and Guangzhou. A collective driving force behind one team, Brinc bridges the gap between software, hardware and services.

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