Telecom operator Zain Saudi's first-quarter loss narrowed by more than expected as demand for the company's products and services rose.
Zain Saudi has yet to make a quarterly profit since launching services in 2008 and has
Southern Tourism Company (STC), a fully-owned subsidiary of Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company, has signed an agreement with Port-Marine Company, the exclusive operator of Durrat Marina Yacht Club.
The deal will allow STC to utili
Cisco has signed a three-year ‘managed services agreement’ with the Saudi Telecom Company ( STC ) to deliver the full functionality of a service provider-grade network operating centre (NOC), according to a report.
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has chosen Ericsson to provide an evolved IP network solution as it seeks to expand and improve its mobile broadband offering in Saudi Arabia.
Ericsson will deploy its Evolved IP network:Smart Services
SK Telecom, a leading telecommunication company in Korea, has signed a deal with Saudi Telecom Company (STC) to collaborate on the development of the innovation capabilities in Saudi Arabia by benchmarking Korea’s creative economy concept.
Ericsson, a multinational provider of communications technology and services, along with Saudi Telecom Company (STC), the leading national provider of telecommunication services in Saudi Arabia, have teamed up to deploy Ericsson’s state-of
Saudi Arabia's telecommunications regulator has slashed call termination fees by 40 per cent, a move which is seen as mostly benefiting Zain Saudi, the smallest of the kingdom's three mobile network operators.
STC Advanced Solutions, a leading provider of advanced, turnkey and reliable information technology (IT) solutions, sponsored the 20th edition of the National Computer Conference which concluded today (February 12) in Riyadh.
Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has appointed Khalid bin Hussain Biyari as chief executive, the Gulf's largest telecom operator by market value said on Tuesday, nearly two years after his predecessor resigned.
Biyari will assume h
UAE-based Careem, an app and web-based chauffeur-driven car booking service, raised $10 million in an investment round led by Al Tayyar Travel Group, STC ventures and other regional investors.
The company plans to use the cash infusion