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Brilliant unveils new reseller deals

26 Apr 10

MCT Telecom and Brilliant Telecommunications have announced a relationship that aims to provide full end-to-end turn-key solutions in the African marketplace.

The value added reseller agreement will see MCT provide Brilliant's next-generation timing and synchronisation solutions to communication providers in the African marketplace.

"MCT and Brilliant have joined forces to effectively address the needs of communication providers in deploying IP-based backhaul solutions for one of the fastest growing markets worldwide," said Mark Dewey, Director Of Operations, MCT Telecom. "We are looking forward to developing a long-term and successful relationship with Brilliant."

MCT Telecom describes itself as an established business delivering telecommunications solutions in Africa.

"Expanding our presence into new markets is paramount to the success of Brilliant," added, Dr. Charles Barry, President, Brilliant. "Our relationship with MCT Telecom in the growing wireless market in Africa is a prime example of how Brilliant will achieve success by leveraging local expertise to complement and expand the worldwide reach of Brilliant solutions."

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