Vodafone has been working on various advancements that foster digital transformation in Europe. These include being the only telecom operator to offer the combination of 5G and multi-access edge computing (MEC) services in the UK and moving forward on the commercial deployment of open radio access network (Open RAN) in the region.
Zain Group held an extraordinary general assembly that witnessed the required Assembly’s approval of the board of directors' recommendation to distribute interim dividends quarterly or on a semi-annual basis. The meeting also approved the addition of several articles and amendments in Zain's Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Approximately 18,000 homes as well as businesses throughout Oman will be able to use super-fast and reliable 4G and 5G fixed wireless (FWA) access as Nokia and Ooredoo have announced the deployment of Nokia FastMile 4G Compact Receiver and Nokia WiFi Beacon for 4G solution and Nokia FastMile 5G Gateway for 5G.
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.
Zain Bahrain, leading Mobile Broadband network operator in the Kingdom, announced its network expansion by deploying mobile and broadband connectivity to the Al Ramli housing area in Bahrain.
Companies are facing constant challenges when it comes to integrating new technologies into their strategy to sustain competitive advantage and achieve their vision.
Zain KSA ranked first in the Q1 2021 Meqyas report issued by the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) in terms of delivering the best 5G services.
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 recently recorded downlink speeds of more than 5 Gbps on a commercial 5G Massive MIMO single sector, and it’s one of the first in the region to do so.
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.