Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, is set to join more than 800 experts as the Diamond Sponsor of this year’s LTE Mena 2014 conference, which will focus on the widespread advancement of the region’s mobile broadband ind
The United Arab Emirates' two telecom operators, Etisalat and du, remain at loggerheads over a deal to allow them to compete on fixed line services nearly four years after negotiations began.
Du and Etisalat already offer fixe
Huawei has launched its first Global Network Evolution & Experience Center (GNEEC), specifically designed to manage the challenges that telecom operators encounter during the network evolution process.
The GNEEC helps operator
The thriving market for mobile services is intensely competitive. Operators are constantly offering new promotions, enticements, and other marketing “hooks” to attract new customers and capture share from competitors.
In order to penetrate the Mena region’s rapidly growing digital services market and overcome related challenges, telecom operators must build an entirely new capabilities system, a report said.
With the market for digital se
The Samena Telecommunications Council, the tri-regional consortium of telecom operators, has announced the appointment of Bocar A BA, as its new chief executive officer.
Bocar BA has been with the Samena Council since its early fo
The dormant demand for cloud storage is already between 2-5 terabytes of data, and it will likely increase by a factor of 10 within the next 10 years, said an industry expert.
“Merely synchronizing the many devices each household owns will
Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has given the mobile operators in Bahrain - Batelco, Viva and Zain - a thumbs up in its first mobile quality of service report for the Kingdom.
The audit which was performed by Directique, an i
GCC telecom operators can achieve their full potential through cutting waste and achieving cost saving of up to 30 per cent, said a new study.
As the telecom markets in the GCC are on the verge of saturation, GCC telecom operators are now
Telecoms operators are being forced to rethink their strategy and make tough choices, with consumers demanding ever-greater bandwidth to support new applications and services, a report said.
Now operators are compelled to adopt a larger va