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Siemon introduces Tera Category 8.2 copper cabling system

Siemon, a leading global network infrastructure specialist, has launched its end-to-end Tera Category 8.2 copper cabling system, delivering transmission performance up to 2 GHz to support emerging high-speed 25 and 40 Gigabit (25/40GBASE-T) appl

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Siemon introduces Tera Category 8.2 copper cabling system

Siemon, a leading global network infrastructure specialist, has launched its end-to-end Tera Category 8.2 copper cabling system, delivering transmission performance up to 2 GHz to support emerging high-speed 25 and 40 Gigabit (25/40GBASE-T) appl

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Salalah Rotana launches new 'Family Room' category

The five-star waterfront Salalah Rotana Resort in Oman has recently unveiled the 'Family Room' category to meet the growing demand for spacious and comfortable accommodation for families. Ranging from 50-sq-m to 67-sq-m, t

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Home Centre to introduce category-based offerings

Home Centre, the largest home retailer in the Middle East, is set to launch ‘Living’ and ‘Sleeping’ categories in September across the region, offering customers a holistic home shopping experience. Each ne

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First film line-up for DIFF's Muhr contest unveiled

The Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF) has unveiled the first line-up for the highly anticipated Muhr Competition, showcasing the region’s pioneering Arab filmmakers.    Set to take place over th

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Tawazun honoured for humanitarian work

Tawazun , an established industrial investor, was recognised by Watani Al Emarat for its humanitarian work in the category of ‘Basmat Elm’ or ‘Education footprint’ for this year. The prize was launched to m

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Toyota’s Corolla wins top Mideast car honour

The 2014 Corolla which is the 11th generation of the world famous model from Toyota, was officially crowned as the Middle East Car of the Year in the midsize category. A jury comprising 14 motoring journalists from around the regi

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Saudi foreign worker limits 'will hit economy'

Saudi Arabia's plan to limit foreign worker visas in an effort to boost local employment will have negative effects on the economy and could lead to higher inflation, according to Citi's Middle East chief economist. Companies in th

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