Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Petronas Carigali Brunei To Set Up Office In Bandar Seri Begawan

A contract signing ceremony for the provision of a new office for Petronas Carigali Brunei Limited to be set up on the 4th floor of the Dar Takaful IBB Utama building in the capital was held at the VIP Hall of Rizqun International Hotel yesterday.

Under the agreement, the scope of work would consist of providing IT infrastructure, delivery communication equipment and IT managing services. This project would be handed over to Petronas Carigali Brunei Limited upon its successful imple-mentation.

It was the first-ever collaboration between SiPadu Systems Sdn Bhd and Petronas Carigali Brunei Limited.

Signing on behalf of SiPadu Systems was its General Manager, Awg Hj Sahralidin bin Abd Momin while Petronas Carigali Brunei Limited was represented by Azmir Zamri, Brunei Country Head of Petronas. On hand to witness the signing ceremony was the guest of honour, Hj Umar Ali bin Hj Abdullah, the Acting Chief Executive Officer of Telekom Brunei Berhad (TelBru).

As a wholly owned exploration and production subsidiary of Petronas, Malaysia's national oil company, Petronas Carigali Brunei Limited had also signed a Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) with Petroleum Brunei for offshore blocks in the Sultanate last year, of which Petronas has established its administration to oversee its operations in the capital.

General Manager of SiPadu, Awg Hj Sahralidin shaking hands
with Azmir Zamri, Brunei Country Head of Petronas

Yesterday also witnessed the soft launching of SiPadu Systems Sdn Bhd's Unified Communications Services, which was held in conjunction with the company's one-year anniversary of being a wholly owned subsidiary of TelBru.

Being under a company of a primary provider of communications infrastructure in Brunei, SiPadu Systems Sdn Bhd offers a compelling package to its clients and communication solutions from the internal Local Area Network (LAN) and applications all the way to its external Wide Area Network (WAN) connectivity.

In its "Unified Communications" project, the company is offering an advanced communication infrastructure to its clients who are looking for an alternative source to replace their existing PBX equipment and traditional PSTN lines.

With this package, clients can have their daily businesses - voice calls, voicemails, instant messages, faxes - from a single unified interface over a multitude of 'end-points' including laptops, desk phones and even mobile phones through a single number.