Batelco, Bahrain's leading telecom service provider, has introduced the latest child safety solution, the LG KizON wearable device, to allow seamless communication between parents and their young children at all times.
Batelco, a leading telecommunications company, has launched a new new Unified Collaboration (UC) Centre at its Hamala headquarters in Bahrain.
The state-of-the-art centre, opened recently at a special ceremony attended by Batelco
A new partnership-oriented mind set needs to be adopted by stakeholders, for telecom operators to thrive in the evolving ICT environment, said Dr Khaled Biyari, group chief executive of Saudi Telecom and chairman of the Samena Council.
Bahrain Telecommunications Company (Batelco) has submitted a bid for Maltese telecoms company Go, the Bahraini firm said on Tuesday.
Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT), a unit of Dubai Holding, in July 2015 revealed i
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
Abu Dhabi-listed Etisalat reported a 8 per cent fall in first-quarter net profit on Tuesday.
Etisalat, which directly and indirectly operates in about 17 countries across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, made a net profit of Dh2
Du, the UAE's No 2 telecom operator, reported a 1.4 percent fall in first-quarter net profit on Tuesday after it paid a higher rate of tax than a year earlier.
The firm, which ended rival Etisalat's domestic monopoly in 20
Viva Kuwait reported a 5 percent fall in first-quarter net profit on Sunday, despite an uptick in revenues for the telecom operator.
The Saudi Telecom Company (STC) subsidiary made a net profit of KD9.8 million ($32.5 million) in
NavLink, a key provider of managed information communication technology (ICT), has partnered with a leading cloud backup and recovery software provider Asigra to deliver backup-as-a-service to telcos and enterprises in Europe, Middle East and Af
Saudi Telecom Co (STC) missed estimates and extended an earnings slump as it reported a 5.2 percent fall in first-quarter profit on Tuesday.
The former monopoly, which competes domestically with Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) and Zain S