International Telecommunication Union (ITU) secretary-general Houlin Zhao will attend the Samena Telecom Leaders’ Summit 2016, to be held in Dubai, UAE, this month.
Recognised as a must-attend event, the summit has been orga
Smart Dubai, the government office driving Dubai’s citywide transformation into a smart city, successfully completed its pilot phase for the initial Smart City Index with the ITU, a specialized United Nations agency.
It also held
ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi's organiser have forecast a sold-out event with more than 1,200 athletes already signed up for the challenge, which returns to the shores and roads of the UAE capital next month.
The UAE was elected as the head of a new research committee for the Internet of Things (IoT) that was formed during a recent meeting of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Geneva.
The group focus is on implementing
The International Telecommunication Union recently organised its Arab Regional Development Forum in Amman, Jordan which discussed the role of broadband in spurring sustainable development.
Organised by the ITU Arab Regional Office
More than 1,500 triathletes from 72 countries are set to take part in the world’s pinnacle triathlon circuit, which will debut in Abu Dhabi, UAE, next week.
The ITU World Triathlon Series will take place on March 6 and 7 nea
The UAE has has won the membership of the International Telecommunication Union Council for the third time in a row.
The elections witnessed strong competition from 18 countries on 13 memberships reserved for the Asia region out o
Two members of a delegation representing the UAE have been selected to occupy senior positions within an international committee of the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2014 in South Korea.
Nasser Bin Hammad, senior manager Internat
High-level discussions on the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow's increasingly interconnected digital environment started yesterday in the kingdom.
Hosted by the government under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prim
More than 650 high-level delegates from the world's information and communication technology (ICT) regulatory authorities have gathered in Bahrain to debate best ways to stimulate growth in digital services.