Batelco TV, an Internet protocol television (IPTV) service, was launched by Batelco in partnership with Dubai-based direct-broadcast satellite provider Orbit Showtime Network (OSN) and interactive TV technology provider Selevision. IPTV allows
UAE-based telco group Etisalat has partnered with Huawei to introduce the first ultra-high definition 4K IPTV service in the Middle East & Africa (MEA).
The service will be available exclusively for Etisalat’s eLife cust
UAE-based du, a major telecom service provider in the Middle East, has partnered with Omantel, Oman’s largest telecom operator, for its award-winning IPTV service platform.
Through this regional first tie up between the oper
The Dubai Court has imposed a fine of Dh50,000 ($13,610) on a distributor of UKTV Abroad packages, an unlicensed and unauthorised IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) service in the UAE.
Following a copyright infringement complaint
Du, a top telecom operator in the UAE, will offer free from landline to landline within the UAE from September 1, in addition to free international minutes to over 175 destinations, and access to more than 500 movie titles on demand.
Qatar Telecom (Qtel), part of the Qtel Group, has selected US-based Mariner's multiple award-winning IP video service oriented monitoring solution, Mariner xVu.
The latest version of Mariner xVu is specifically designed for in
IPTV (Internet Protocol TV) subscriber numbers in the Mena region is predicted to undergo a ten-fold increase, reaching 1.6 million by 2014, said the organisers ahead of a major summit on multiplatform services in Dubai.
TV Connect Midd
Bahrain’s telecom operator Batelco is set to launch a new online portal to deliver television channels on mobile devices in the kingdom.
The company has almost finalised a deal with major satellite television networks and discussi
Saudi is undergoing unprecedented and extensive growth within its media broadcast and communications sector thanks to the fast-paced technological advancements such as social media platforms, said an expert.
“The Kingdom's broadcasters
An infrastructure sharing agreement allowing rival UAE telecoms operators to compete in home services will not include television, du's chief executive said on Tuesday.
Both du and Etisalat already offer fixed-line, broadband and televisio