Fahad Al Hassawi, EITC’s current acting CEO, has been entrusted by the EITC board to steer the organization’s transformation agenda in the capacity of chief executive officer.
Companies are facing constant challenges when it comes to integrating new technologies into their strategy to sustain competitive advantage and achieve their vision.
According to an umlaut report, Zain KSA has achieved the best 5G network and data performance in Riyadh. It has the strongest 5G coverage in Riyadh, with at least 27% more than its competitors, with Zain KSA users achieving the highest data stream download and upload speeds and shortest YouTube start time with excellent resolution.
Zain Bahrain has announced the establishment of a new function titled Sustainability & Inclusivity in a move to reinforce the culture of inclusion and sustainable business.
Ooredoo marks another milestone in its quest for quality and performance excellence as it achieved the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management recertification. The globally recognized certification is awarded only to companies that demonstrate the ability to consistently provide products and services that meet statutory and regulatory requirements while enhancing customer satisfaction through the effective application of the system.
In the framework of MTN’s Capital Markets Day, CEO Ralph Mupita disclosed the Group’s plan to gradually exit the MENA market over the medium term, notably Syria, Yemen, Afghanistan and Sudan where the operator has a presence.
Zain Bahrain, the leading mobile broadband network operator in the Kingdom, has become the first network operator to provide enhanced mobile and broadband network connectivity to Khalifa city, the second-largest housing project in Bahrain. Located in the Southern Governorate, it is home to approximately 6,000 residential units.
Ooredoo signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Russia’s second-largest mobile operator MegaFon at the St Petersburg International Economic Forum. This will allow both telcos to explore possible future collaboration and expertise sharing in providing ICT services at major sporting events.
In the telecoms industry, the COVID-19 pandemic generated a huge demand for bandwidth and reliable services as large numbers of people started working from home. Service providers have had to meet changing bandwidth requirements as people adjusted to working, schooling, socialising and consuming digital media remotely in locations not previously considered. In many cases this has had an acceleration effect on digital transformation initiatives.