Internet service provider GlobalNet will soon launch two major offers that address the gaming sector and startup ecosystem in Tunisia. Noble Zakroui, Director of Brussels and Products and Amin Achour, Director of Operations at GlobalNetE is Pisod de Gaming Story sponsored by GNet.
Amin Achour confirmed that GameDev training for FSI gamers, which started last March, should be suspended due to the Kovid-19 epidemic outbreak, noting the success of the first sessions conducted.
Global Net, which emphasizes that gamers must have a very good internet connection, hopes to continue migrating at high speeds in the VDSL and FTTH segments.
In this regard, he assured that the ISP would work closely with Tunisian Telecom, the current operator, to guarantee FTTH coverage on a large scale and to cater to the needs of consumers who are more greedy on Internet resources.
Noble Zakraui clarified that Global Net is considering the launch of two upcoming packs, one dedicated to gamers and the other to startups.
The first pack includes servers dedicated to gamers with on-demand virtual resources (SPU, RAM and SSD storage, etc.) that are either part of VDSL or with upload bandwidth. FTTH “.
“It allows gamers to have a better gaming experience and better game fluidity,” said Nabil Zakroui at Mohamed Ali Nabli’s microphone in Sport.
The second offer dedicated to startups includes the IoT pack for companies looking to develop solutions around smart products. “These packs are free.”
“We have deployed hundreds of IoT gateways in the administrative centers of major Tunisian cities and governorates,” said Nabil Zakraui, who wants the Global Net to be as close to startups as possible, which is “important for the Tunisian economy”.
Spot was also invited in the second part of the show, Hela Ben Ammar, Marketing Director of the company 3S. She returned in detail to the free game dev training courses dedicated to young people looking for work.
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