CommsMEA Critical analysis for telecommunications executives

Comba Telecom revs up its R&D around smart cities

Collaborates with ASTRI to establish joint R-and-D facility

China Mobile to deploy Nokia's AirScale base station

Mobile phones were the most popular choice for 71.5 percent of new users accessing the internet in China during 2015.

EUR 1.36 billion frame agreement to help China Mobile quickly meet customer demands

VimpelCom partners with Ericsson

Hans Vestberg:

Billion dollar deal to transform telco infrastructure from traditional to digital

QTE invests $7m in micro turbine generators

Bladon’s MTGs are more efficient and cleaner burning than conventional diesel generators.

African infrastructure provider seals deal with UK's Bladon Jets

Ooredoo inks $1bn credit facility

Ooredoo signed a new $1 billion Revolving Credit Facility Agreement (RCF) on June 8

Omantel confirms landing of submarine cable

Oman to be the digital gateway between the East and West Google Plus
25th meeting of GCC Ministerial Committee focuses on integration
Business 25th meeting of GCC Ministerial Committee focuses on integration

TRA UAE initiates suggests project to unify telecommunications devices in GCC

OTT providers will soon have to be more accountable to end users
Opinion OTT providers will soon have to be more accountable to end users

However regulators should be mindful of OTT providers’ ability to innovate.

Networks need to match pace with the millennials
Research Networks need to match pace with the millennials

Millennials would rather give up personal transportation before connectivity


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Operators who are able to make BDA work for them will be at a significant advantage over their competitors in a market environment characterised by diminished variations between operators and the services they offer.
CommsMEA staff writer Telcos need a culture shift to tap BDA

Big data analytics require major organizational restructuring.

Khan: “We are excited about Linksys’ upcoming product line and are looking forward to launching these products in the promising Middle East market, which has a large technology-savvy population and connected consumers who seek a heightened wireless experience from their routers that can withstand attaching more devices than ever.”
CommsMEA staff writer Wi-Fi is the second most important living essential

Survey:An average family uses five devices and more than half face performance issues

As fewer nationals watch TV daily, more nationals spend time online daily.
CommsMEA staff writer A peep into media performances in the ME

Northwestern University in Qatar conducted a six nation survey on media use in the ME



Dubai government saves AED 4.3bn through smart services

Savings from smart apps contributed AED443m in savings over the last 12 years

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Du upgrades its high-end data packages

Dubai-based telco vies for premium customers

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K500- the phone that can't be spied on

UAE-born mobile brand 'Four’ launches full-spec smartphone, without camera or GPS

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Do smartphone vendors need to worry?

IDC expects the overall ME mobile shipments to continue to struggle throughout 2016

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Mission critical investment

Bravo CEO shares plans to chart a growth course in mission-critical communications

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STC sets stage for Saudi Growth

Dr Tarig M Enaya of STC on how the operator is supporting Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030

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