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The US government has recently announced that it will be issuing a 90-day extension on Huawei’s license to trade with domestic companies in the US, according the Department of Commerce.
Telecom Egypt has announced its Q3 2019 results which are based on the consolidated financials prepared in accordance with Egyptian Accounting Standards.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has developed a joint white paper with Huawei to illustrate the need for service oriented programmable core for “all access” and “all services”.
According to Meqyas report issued by the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), STC achieved the highest average mobile internet download speed in the Kingdom during the third quarter of 2019, with 45.4 Mbps.
Omantel, the leading provider of integrated telecommunications services in the Sultanate, on Wednesday concluded its 3rd Annual Information & Communications Technology (ICT) Summit, held at Grand Hyatt Muscat.
Thuraya, the mobile satellite services subsidiary of the Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat) in partnership with SCOTTY, a developer of beyond line-of-sight (BLOS) satellite communication solutions based in Austria, has successfully conducted a live demonstration of its Aero Mobility capabilities platform – Thuraya Aero, replicating a real-time ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) mission over satellite communications to key government customers.
It is an interesting time for open source solution providers. The technology is gaining more and more momentum as the world gets a better understanding of how it actually functions and how secure it is. In an interview with Telecom Review, Adrian Pickering, regional GM, MENA, Red Hat, highlighted Red Hat’s large experience in terms of open source solutions and gave us insight into how such solutions can help achieve digital transformation.
Etisalat Group today is present in 16 countries with 148 million customers spread across Middle East, Africa and Asia. In all the markets, Etisalat has set a benchmark by leading the way in the network, technology and services. This was mainly due to its efforts in aligning with its vision of ‘Driving the Digital Future to Empower Societies’. At a group level, the company also adopted the ‘CODERS’ strategy to focus on its priorities, direction and ambition. Telecom Review sat down with Hatem Bamatraf, chief technology officer, Etisalat Group, to explain the strategy and how new technologies are aligned with this vision.