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Al-Falak and Etisalat to develop new video monitoring

Agama Technologies has been appointed by Al-Falak to build a monitoring system

Zain invests with Middle East Venture Partners

Scott Gegenheimer, Group CEO at Zain.

Company to invest in early stage tech companies with proven traction in MENA region

Batelco to enhance its ideas Innovation Centre

Muna Al Hashemi, CEO at Batelco Bahrain.

Huawei signed a MoU with the operator to improve the centre

Nokia CEO: Not ready to talk about job losses

Rajeev Suri, president and CEO at Nokia.

Michel Combes and Rajeev Suri gathered to explain their deal

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Rajeev Suri, president and chief executive officer of Nokia.

Summary of the possible combined company

Nokia- Alcatel Lucent deal: Transaction overview

Rajeev Suri, president and chief executive officer of Nokia.

Both companies have signed a MoU regarding the transaction

ITC, ZMI installed state of art offshore terminal

ZMI is based in Abu Dhabi.

Solution to exchange information between offshore barges and onshore management

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