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Ericsson has announced the opening of its new office in Amman and the appointment of Marwan Omari as General Manager of Ericsson Jordan, reaffirming Ericsson’s commitment to Jordan and reinforcing its position within the country’s dynamic ICT industry.

Kevin Murphy, Vice President and Head of Ericsson Levant Countries at Ericsson Middle East and Africa, commented, “2023 has been a landmark year for Ericsson and the local Information and Communications Technology landscape in Jordan. We are proud to have played an instrumental role in the introduction of 5G networks to the Kingdom, together with our local partners. This has laid the foundation for a connected, efficient, and innovative future and paved the way for sustainable economic growth.”

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Democratizing Digitalization

The opening of the office, with the company's leadership team present, demonstrates Ericsson’s long-standing commitment to the digitalization of the Kingdom and aims to fortify the country's technological framework and resonate with its Economic Modernization Vision.

The new office will strengthen Ericsson’s efforts in nurturing local talent and propelling the adoption of cutting-edge technologies.

Furthermore, through the establishment of this office, Ericsson will continue to explore avenues that create positive societal and environmental impact through innovative ICT solutions.

“Building on our success, we are delighted to open our new office in Amman that will ideally position us to usher in a new era of digital connectivity in the country in collaboration with our valued partners. We are also delighted to announce Marwan Omari as the General Manager for Ericsson Jordan. Marwan has been instrumental in bringing Ericsson Jordan to where it stands today, and under his leadership we are confident in our future in Jordan,” Murphy concluded.

Ericsson has a rich history in Jordan, dating back to its inaugural operations in 1983. Presently, the company boasts a workforce of over 70 individuals in the country and maintains strong partnerships with local communication service providers (CSPs).

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