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Bahrain’s Kalaam Telecom acquires Lightspeed

Kalaam Telecom, a top telecom provider in Bahrain is acquiring Lightspeed Communications, a subsidiary of Jordan Telecommunications, which would make Kalaam the second-largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) for fixed business broadband in the K

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Internet performance ‘low at peak hours’

About 71 per cent of home workers in the region are experiencing a reduction in Internet service performance during work hours, thereby significantly hindering their business efficiency, said a report. The number of Internet users in the M

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Blue Coat’s new tool enhances Web video

Blue Coat Systems has launched its next-generation CacheFlow appliance to meet the demand for rich Web 2.0 content, especially videos and large files. The new CacheFlow 5000 which delivers a significant leap forward in performance and capa

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Batelco offers option to customise Broadband package

Batelco, Bahrain’s leading ISP, has enhanced its Broadband portfolio to offer its customers a wide range of options to customise their Broadband packages. Customers can add extra usage bundles via Batelco’s e-Services portal at batelco.com

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Etisalat services win awards

Etisalat was shortlisted for a number of categories, and received two awards for “Overall Operator of the Year” and “ISP of the Year” at the fifth Annual CommsMEA Awards ceremony. The CommsMEA Awards recognize operators, vendors, regulator

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Kulacom acquires Jordanian ISP

Kulacom Jordan, leading telecom network, has acquired Stream, a Jordanian Internet service operator (ISP). With this acquisition, Kulacom will now provide home and business users with a wider range of high-speed and high-bandwidth Internet

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Qtel, Atco launch new wireless ISP

Qatar Telecom (Qtel) and  Saudi  Arabia's  A.A.  Turki  Corporate  Trading  and  Construction  (Atco) have teamed up to launch wi-tribe, a new international wireless broadband provider in the region.

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Two-tiered Internet...

Net providers (ISPs) may start charging some websites for faster access to customers, a report has predicted It could create a 'two-tiered internet' which, while making money for providers would risk alienating consumers, Jupiter Research

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