American networking equipment firm Linksys have introduced their innovative VELOP system to the Middle Eastern market in Dubai. The new product is a complete wireless and wired solution that is simple to use, exceedingly fast - and provides 100% speed to the edge of the network. It is being hailed as the first true Whole Home Wi-Fi system that is set to revolutionize the Wi-Fi experience for ‘The Connected Family'.

Read more: Linksys new Velop system will revolutionize Wi-Fi experience for ‘The Connected Family’

"Despite all the problems, Lebanon still has quite a lot of unshakeable assets," said His Excellency Sami Nmeir, Consul General of Lebanon in Dubai, speaking at the Lebanese Diaspora Summit hosted by UK Lebanon Tech Hub on March 12. The Summit gathered significant Lebanese figures in the technology and financial sectors to discuss "releasing Lebanese potential" by encouraging and supporting tech startups.

Read more: UK Lebanon Tech Hub hosts Diaspora Summit aimed at 'Releasing Lebanese Potential'

Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), Director General, H.E. Mr. Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori believes that governance frameworks and policies need to be properly established to ensure data is exchanged and shared effectively in order to drive innovation, creativity, enterprise and create new ecosystems.

Read more: TRA Director General insists policies need to be established in order to utilize and 'share' data...

In line with Mobile World Congress 2017, Lebanese Minister of Telecommunications, Jammal Jarrah had a gathering with the Lebanese ICT Diaspora to give updates about the Lebanese Telecom sector, which was held on Wednesday March 1st, 2017 at MWC in Press Conference Room One in Media Village.

Read more: Successful gathering with his Excellency Minister Jamal Jarrah at MWC 2017- Lebanese ICT Diaspora

A representative of the ITU has lavished Dubai with praise for showing 'leadership' and setting a 'benchmark' for other regions at the world's first ever forum on 'Data Management'. The event was a joint-collaboration between the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and ITU. Bilel Jamoussi, Chief Study Groups Department, Telecommunications Standardization Bureau, ITU, praised the formation of the forum which is the first in a series of discussions which welcomes participation from experts and decision-makers from all over the world to discuss data.

Read more: ITU study group chief praises Dubai for showing 'leadership' in implementing 'data governance'...

Over the last thirty years, Qualcomm have driven advancements in mobile technology that changed everything about the phone. Using their innovative solutions, they have been at the forefront of 3G and 4G technologies which have ultimately enabled us all to be able to put a smartphone in our pockets. At CES 2017 in Las Vegas, Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf delivered his keynote speech in which he outlined how the company was leading the world to 5G - a world described as a technological revolution that will have a dramatic impact on our lives. So, what exactly can we expect from 5G?

Read more: CES 2017: Qualcomm CEO insists 5G will have an impact similar to the introduction of electricity

A group of telecommunication experts have discussed the 'challenges' and 'opportunities' in a data-driven world at the world's first ever forum on Data Management. The event was a joint-collaboration between the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) which was held in Dubai, UAE.

Read more: Experts discuss 'challenges' and 'opportunities' in a data-driven world at TRA/ITU forum

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declared during a video address made to leaders at the World Government Summit in Dubai  that diversity is the key pillar for growth and critical in order to create new ideas and foster innovation. Mr. Abe was officially represented at the summit by Japan's Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Kentaro Sonoura.

Read more: WGS 2017 - Japanese Prime Minister declares ‘diversity’ as the key to creating new ideas and...

The Smart Dubai Office (SDO) announced the launch of its city-wide effort to implement blockchain technology in city services on March 14, and also announced its strategic partnerships for the project: US tech giant IBM and blockchain experts ConsenSys. Mr. Wesam Lootah, CEO of Smart Dubai Government, told Telecom Review cyber security regarding the technology is a "top priority".

Read more: Smart Dubai launches blockchain initiative with partners IBM and ConsenSys

IMF (International Monetary Fund) Managing Director, Christine Lagarde has praised the UAE for leading other Gulf countries in its preparations to implement taxation that will be effective from January 1st, 2018. The IMF chief was speaking at the World Government Summit in Dubai, and told residents in the Gulf region that they must 'get used' to taxation in order to continue the investment in large-scale public infrastructure projects.

Read more: WGS 2017 - IMF chief praises UAE for leading other Gulf countries towards the introduction of tax

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