Saudi telecommunications incumbent STC (Saudi Telecom Company) has officially announced the appointment of Fay Al-Alshaikh as its Product Portfolio Strategy GM in EBU.
Royal Philips, a global leader in health technology, is partnering with STC, the largest telecom operator in the Middle East, to rollout telehealth solutions powered by Artificial Intelligence in a move that could transform the ability to diagnose and treat patients in remote and rural areas. The telehealth solutions provided by Philips allow hospitals and clinics anywhere in the country to be connected to command centers, through which doctors in other locations can treat patients remotely, providing better access to higher quality and more cost-effective care.
Ooredoo Qatar has selected Nokia to build a 5G cloud native core network to support delivery of enhanced mobile broadband services. Nokia's solution will be deployed in Ooredoo's state-of-the-art datacenters in Qatar's capital city Doha.
For the year 2019, the mobile operator Etisalat Misr announces an investment of more than 3 billion Egyptian pounds (167,272,358 US dollars) for the modernization of its telecom network, according to Hazem Metwally’s words, chairman and CEO of the telecom company.
Ooredoo has announced the appointment of Kumail Al-Moosawi to a newly created executive level position - Chief Corporate Services Officer (CCSO). The new role will see Kumail continue to be responsible for HR but also assume responsibility for the Customer Experience, Business Continuity and HSE Departments within Ooredoo.
Virgin Mobile is offering its customers an opportunity to be amongst the first to experience the power of the 5G network in the UAE.
As an organisation devoted to bettering society through technology for good, du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), took part in the leadership’s innovative ‘Well of Hope’ humanitarian competition during the holy month of Ramadan, filling 793 bottles, the equivalent of 11485 litres of water.
The fourth industrial revolution is set to propel a new era where technologies revolutionize sectors and create exceptional opportunities. Artificial intelligence, Big Data, IoT, Machine learning, robotics, among others, have proven to have an unprecedented but significant direct and sometimes indirect impact on all industries. The Sultanate of Oman has been tirelessly working towards improving its ICT and telecommunications sector in order to smoothly implement its fourth industrial revolution plan.
Telecom Egypt announced its Q1 2019 results ending 31 March 2019, registering a net profit of EGP 1.6bn. Consolidated revenue came in at EGP 6.1bn, recording +27% Year-on-Year. Retail revenue contributed 57% to the total Year-on-Year growth backed by the rise in data services revenue.
A high level governmental source has disclaimed the news about Vodafone being awarded the third mobile license in Oman by the Sultanate’s government.