GDN

Who Are WE?

Global Digital Networks (GDN) is part of Multinational Multi-Discipline Professionals Consultants group. GDN was incorporated during 1998 in Islamabad Pakistan. GDN got ISO 9001:2000 Certification during June 2008.

Since 1998, we are providing a unique blend of Business, Engineering and Regulatory Services, to Public & Private sectors, and have successfully completed multiple Strategic Projects.

We prefer to work with strategic partners in Underserved-Markets & Developing Countries Focusing Digital Platforms.



Our Business Focus

Asset Management System | Cognitive Analytics Solutions CubeSat Blockchain 

Distributed Ledger Technology | DLT Platform | FinTech 

Intelligent Transportation Systems  | Multidisciplinary Inter Satellite Communication System 

Real-Time Object Tracking System RFID | Logistics Networks


Backend-as-a-Service (Baas) Platform

Application Programming Interface (API) | Software Development Kit (SDK) } 

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Our Featured Active Project

NOVA-7

WiFi-6 & 5G Rollouts

Focused Region: Central Asian States, Afghanistan, Pakistan, West Africa

Legal Structure: International Joint Venture (being structured)

Lead Company: AMCO Engineering (Pakistan) 

Context:

Per GSMA, during 2019, mobile technologies and services generated $4.1 trillion of economic value added (4.7% of GDP) globally. This figure will approach $5 trillion (4.9% of GDP) by 2024 as countries increasingly benefit from the improvements in productivity and efficiency brought about by increased take-up of mobile services. Furthermore,  5G technologies are expected to contribute $2.2 trillion to the global economy between 2024 and 2034.

GDN Role:

From 2016 till to date, GDN is working on 5G& Wi-Fi 6 Project, with a developing country strategic partner, to Upgrade the Unlicensed Spectrum Infrastructure focusing Low-band (wider coverage) and Unlicensed Spectrum (Wi-Fi 6), in line with “The FCC's 5G FAST Plan”, particularly related to 600 MHz800 MHz, and 900 MHz bands.

GDN Expertise:

During 2015 - To date, GDN is working on four Next Generation Networks (NGN) Sizeable Projects including a three phase ongoing Mobile Broadband Ecosystem of a developing country (minimum 137 million cell phone subscribers using 3G/4G networks, as of June 2018).

5G and Wi-Fi 6:

Technically, both 5G and Wi-Fi 6 are built from the same foundation and will co-exist to support different use cases. 

Capabilities wise, both 5G and Wi-Fi 6 offer, almost the same, a far greater range of capabilities from the outset than any previous mobile technology generation, including peak download speeds of at least 20 Gbps and 100 Mbps user experience data rate in urban areas. As a result, 5G not only meets the evolving requirements of consumers, but can also have a transformative impact on humanity.

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https://www.lce.com/Introducing-LCEs-Asset-Management-System-Framework-1411.html

https://www.cyangate.com/how-to-select-a-digital-asset-management-system/

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/277417638_Emerging_Technologies_LTE_vs_WiMAX


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Our Solutions

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Our Solution Oriented Approach

GDN verifiable track-record proves that our unique 'Collaborative Approach' leads to sustainability and self-reliance. We work meticulously with our valued clients to understand their unique requirements to create customized affordable SMART solutions. 

GDN prefer to work in ‘hot spots areas’ with the people who know the region and understand native culture and speak local language(s). GDN works with local professionals, which stimulates economic activities at grassroots level.

GDN Services

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Strategic Relationship

GDN and The MUGHALS are strategic partners since 1998. MUGHALS are in business since 1917 and have steady business relationships with leading Manufacturers; Operators; Service Providers; Vendors and got roots in different parts of the world. Therefore, it becomes easier for GDN to ‘get the job done at affordable cost, on schedule and within the predefined budget’.

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GDN ISO Certification

http://www.themughals.net/home-mughals/methodology
1996 Sprint Labs, Reston Virginia, USA
Left to Right: Mohammad Mirza (ARITEL) Arlo Guthrie (Sprint) Muhammed Seddick (CNI) 

Deep Dive

We Address Following Typical Design Issues

  • What electrical signals should be used to represent a 1 and a 0
  • How many nanoseconds a bit lasts, whether transmission may proceed simultaneously in both directions
  • How the initial connection is established
  • How it is torn down when both sides are finished
  • How many pins the network connector has, and what each pin is used for.

These design issues largely deal with mechanical, electrical, and timing interfaces, as well as the physical transmission medium

The Physical Layer Transmits Raw Bits Over A Communication Channel 

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Featured Past Project (Partial List)

GDN, as of January 2017, is working on five Major Projects including a three phased Cloud Based Broadband Ecosystem, initiated during 2011, for a country of minimum 200 million people having, as of June 2017, minimum 110+ million mobile phone subscribers.

Our SMART Solutions

Social Responsibility

GDN is proudly associated with HKE - Public Regional Education Program (HKE-PREP), an exclusive endowment program to  provide Broadband Infrastructure to member schools; colleges and universities in developing countries.

Financing Option

GDN is not NOT a direct Lender, Financial Institution and or Financial Agency. However, contingent upon Ethical Islamic Financial PrinciplesSBAEXIM Bank USA,  World Bank,  International Chamber of Commerce Guidelines and Laws of the "Business Territory" , GDN can arrange Project Financing THROUGH Third Party for Qualified Clients.