The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of the UAE has issued new fee regulation for use of frequency spectrum and wireless equipment in the UAE.
The new regulation will be effective from January 1.
Ooredoo has acquired additional LTE (4G) spectrum at RO9.6 million ($24.8 million), which will boost its 4G network capabilities.
The 800/2600 spectrum acquisition has been funded out of the operator&rsqu
Comguard, a Dubai-based value-added distributor for IT security products and a part of Spectrum Group, is set to shift into its new corporate headquarters in Dubai.
The new corporate facility located at the Mazaya Business Avenue,
Bahrain's telecoms industry regulator has awarded radio spectrum for next-generation networks to the kingdom's three mobile operators after scrapping an auction that could have allowed new entrants to the crowded communications sector.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has allocated spectrum to VIVA Bahrain enabling it to deploy 4G/LTE services on its high-speed network across the kingdom.
The spectrum allocation was implemented by an award proce
Freeing up preferred spectrum for Saudi Arabia's telecoms operators to use for next-generation networks could add $95.5 billion to the economy by 2025, global telecoms lobby group GSMA said.
Failure to do so will lead to a network crunch a
Bahrain expects to release frequencies for high-speed next-generation telecoms networks in March 2013 and new operators could be introduced, an official at the regulator said.
Bahrain will invite bids to provide long-term evolution (
Spectrum Training, an IT networking and security training, certification and consultancy services provider in the Middle East & Africa region, has set up its new training center in Cairo as part of its regional expansion plans.
Batelco's India affiliate STel will review the sustainability of its operations under the revised terms imposed by a recent court order, a statement from the Bahrain telecom firm said.
Batelco said it was studying
Saudi Arabian telco Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) lacks the spectrum to roll out a highly-touted next generation mobile network, its chief executive told Reuters, hampering efforts to offset falling voice margins with more lucrative data packages.