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More than 68% in Jordan is aware of LTE services

37% of the respondents are not willing to pay additional fees for LTE in Jordan

Global IPX revenues to reach $991m by end of 2015

Isabelle Paradis, president at Hot Telecom, said: “IPX can both help operators partner and compete with OTTs and new entrants.”

Hot Telecoms and Bahrain TRA have released a study on IPX

UAE IT decision-makers worried about DDoS, says F5

55% of surveyed UAE IT decision makers said they had endured a DDoS, according to F5

90% of business satisfied with telecoms in Bahrain

Quality of service is the most important consideration for businesses

Telecoms tech to help in Ebola fight

CDC EIS officer is pictured outside of the local office before departing to the main hospital to collect data for new Ebola cases.

Mobile apps and call data analysis providing information and assistance in Africa

Operators in the Arab world to expand M2M services

George Galica, of Vodafone Qatar says that the company has a global offering for M2M.

Diversifying revenue streams is mandatory for operators in the region

Mobile operators’ costs pass $800bn annually

Telcos to face the possibility of costs exceeding revenues by the end of the decade

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