The development priorities and strategies for growth in telecommunications and ICT will be the focus of an ITU conference to be hosted in Dubai from March 30.
The ITU World Telecommunication Development Confere
Booz & Company’s global ranking of the world’s 50 biggest ICT companies sees IBM take the top spot, SAP break into the top five and stiff competition from new market players
Progressive digitization is not
The chief executives of the region’s leading telecommunications groups converged in Dubai recently to share views on the proposed reforms to the international telecommunications regulations (ITRs).
The Arab telcos' chiefs met the head
Leading solutions provider for telecommunication infrastructure and engineering services in Mena, Mobiserve Holding, has been named ‘The Best Supplier for the Year 2011’ at the Mali Strategic Cooperation Forum.
The award was presented for
Leading UAE-based telecommunications company, Etisalat, has appointed Serkan Okandan as the new group chief financial officer.
The appointment comes amid the requirements of a new phase the company is pursuing to strengthen its position r
Oman-based telecommunications provider, Nawras, has launched a new 30-day package which offers customers using smartphones or tablets with 500 MB of included data for OR3 ($7.80)
The company is also offering monthly postpaid or prepaid pl
Batelco was presented with the Telecoms Technology Investment of the Year award for the Mena region at the annual CommsMEA Awards held at the Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel in Dubai recently.
The CommsMEA Awards celebrates and pays tribute
Batelco has informed customers in the North Manama area that a temporary outage will take place on November 23 early morning, due to road works being carried out by the Ministry of Works on the North Manama Causeway.
All data services inc
UAE-based telecommunication company, Etisalat, has appointed Ahmed Alawadi as acting Chief Financial Officer for its UAE office.
Alawadi holds a masters in finance from the American University in Dubai and has over 12 years’ of experience
Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel) on Sunday posted a 25-percent rise in its quarterly profit as the state-owned carrier added new subscribers during the year
The former monopoly made net profit of 28 million rials ($72.7 mil