Hong Kong Business Report
Get more with myNEWS
A personalised news feed of stories that matter to you
Learn more
Monica Nunes, managing director of Vodatel. Photo: Handout

Peerless system integration by Vodatel covers the Greater Bay Area and beyond

  • An expert in information technology, networks, surveillance and internet-of-things applications, Vodatel also offers affordable and flexible solutions
Supported by:Discovery Reports

Country Business Reports interviews and articles by Discovery Reports

As the partner of choice of major international players in Asia-Pacific, Vodatel Networks showcases the sophistication and integrity of Macau’s home-grown champions. Celebrating its 30th anniversary, this peerless system integrator provides total solutions for mission-critical systems that clients operating in demanding environments absolutely rely on.

“Macau is a gaming-centric city where surveillance systems are in tremendous demand,” said Monica Nunes, managing director. “We’ve had the privilege to work on massive projects involving more than 10,000 surveillance cameras in a single gaming facility. We too helped set up Macau’s traffic detection systems. We are also working with clients to build data networks infrastructure at their worldwide data centres spanning Japan, Singapore, Brazil, South Korea, Thailand and the United States, to name a few.”

Vodatel’s sphere of influence cuts across the local government, telecommunications, gaming, hospitality, healthcare, airports and education sectors. This requires broad partnerships with multiple vendors. Among the company’s long-time partners are Juniper Networks, HP, Microsoft and Synectics.

As a leading system integrator, Vodatel is an expert in the design, supply, implementation and maintenance of turnkey solutions in the areas of information technology (IT), networks, surveillance and internet-of-things applications.

The company also develops customised software and performs project management, installation and commissioning services. Recently, the company launched Meta-V, a subsidiary providing pay-as-you-go managed services to small- and mid-sized clients that need affordable and flexible IT solutions.

“Vodatel’s team of engineers boasts exceptional product and market knowledge, in terms of both depth and breadth,” Nunes said. “Our people are definitely key to our success.”

With an established base, Vodatel is keen on deepening its reach into China and welcomes synergistic collaborations with trailblazing companies eyeing the robust opportunities in the Greater Bay Area and beyond. “We have been present in mainland China for almost 30 years and still, today, we see the market as having a lot of potential that has yet to be unleashed,” Nunes said.