Thursday, February 3, 2011

Saudi Arabia invests SR800,000 into new technology infrastructure to sacred places

The Saudi Ministry of Hajj (represented by Sejel Technology) has invested SR 800,000 towards new technology infrastructure, with aims of providing better services to the rising number of annual pilgrims to the Holy Cities of Makkah and Madinah and other sacred places in Saudi Arabia.

As part of the Ministry's upgrade initiative, Tripp Lite, a world leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity equipment, has delivered two 80 kVA UPS Systems which are now being used to support the Umrah Database Centre's power, cooling and cabling infrastructure.

One of the most important benefits of the project is the considerable reduction in the time required to process pilgrims' visas, which can now be completed in less than 24 hours as opposed to 6 weeks prior to the implementation.

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