Mobily participated as a diamond sponsor in The 5th Internal Audit Conference held under the patronage of his Excellence Dr. Majed Al Kassabi, Minister Of Commerce And Investment, and the Chairman Of IIA Saudi Arabia. Mobily has been honored on the sideline of the conference where Mr. Abdullah Alrowais, Chief Audit Executive, received the honor shield on behalf of Mobily.
Mobily signed a cooperation agreement with Charity Committee For Orphans Care (Ensan), to increase the Organization income. The agreement was signed by His Royal Highness, Prince Ahmad Bin Fahad Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz, Vice Chairman Of The Board Of Directors, Head Of Executive Committee Of Charity Committee For Orphans Care (Ensan), and Mr. Ahmad Farroukh, Mobily Chief Executive Officer.
UAE based telecommunications firm du have launched a large social media campaign which focuses on making users aware of the potential dangers posed by posting information online.
du announced a collaboration with MediaTek, a pioneering fabless semiconductor company and a market leader in cutting-edge systems-on-chip (SoC), to bring Internet of Things (IoT) development kits to the Middle East for the first time. The joint effort offers hardware and software to design and build devices with cellular connectivity.
Etisalat announced the roll out of IPv6, the latest standard in internet addressing technology enabling every device to have its own IP address and connect directly to the internet.
The Smart Dubai Office is traveling to Barcelona, Spain with partners from 14 government entities and the private sector to participate in the Smart Cities Expo & World Congress, 15-17 November 2016, the premier annual gathering of smart city leaders, to showcase Dubai's smart transformation achievements of the past year.
The Government of Kuwait has successfully achieved the speed of 10Gbps upstream over a single fiber during lab tests of Nokia's XGS-PON fiber technology. This is the first time such a speed has been achieved in the Gulf Corporation Council (GCC) region. The test paves the way for the government to offer enhanced speeds from the current 1Gbps to 10G symmetrical.
Ooredoo Group and Ericsson have agreed a five-year contract to implement an innovative revenue management system across the Group's footprint in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia.
On Thursday, November 10 2016 the arbitration panel announced their judgment in relation to the disputed SAR 2.2 billion claim by Etihad Etisalat (""Mobily"") from Mobile Telecommunication Company Saudi Arabia (""Zain"") arising from the services agreement signed between the two parties on May 6, 2008.
Etihad Etisalat Company (Mobily), and Huawei announced the successful completion of testing the region's first LTE M-MIMO (Long Term Evolution Massive-Multiple Input and Multiple Output) network in KSA and Middle East region.