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Blazing a trail

Blazing a trail

KSA is already home to a healthy telecoms sector, and is set to move up another gear

Expanding the limits

Expanding the limits

Dr. Nasser Marafih, Group CEO at Ooredoo, talks about its deployment in Myanmar

Egypt: Working for growth

Egypt: Working for growth

Egyptian operators are offering 3G, devices are still too expensive to access it

Spectrum: What challenges are operators facing?

Spectrum: What challenges are operators facing?

Telcos demand more spectrum allocations, while regulators have to harmonise spectrum

Towards development in Africa

Towards development in Africa

Craig Friderichs talks about how operators encourage growth in Africa

Nominations for CommsMEA awards are open

Nominations for CommsMEA awards are open

CommsMEA Awards recognise and reward individuals and companies

South Africa,most develop telecom sector in Africa

South Africa,most develop telecom sector in Africa

Vodacom, MTN, Cell C and Telkom SA are the four operators competing for market share

M2M expansion in the MEA region

M2M expansion in the MEA region

The MEA region is expected to witness a strong growth of M2M communication

Connecting countries

Connecting countries

Operators expect to increase their roaming revenues

Partnering with SME and OTT to make a difference

Partnering with SME and OTT to make a difference

Ihab Hinnawi, CEO of Umniah, on how the company is changing its business model

Virtualising your network

Virtualising your network

Key players outline the coming trends on SDN in the ME and Africa

Open dialogue

Open dialogue

Focus for the organisation and the challenges facing operators in the region.

Spending on telecom, IT in KSA to grow 6% in 2014

Spending on telecom, IT in KSA to grow 6% in 2014

e-government experienced quality developments, according to IDC research

Mobility to boost Africa

Mobility to boost Africa

Mobile apps and devices have a beneficial social and economic impact in the continent

Harmonising consumers' demands

Harmonising consumers' demands

Regulators and operators must cooperate to guarantee consumers’ rights

Network speed vital for consumers in Saudi Arabia

Network speed vital for consumers in Saudi Arabia

More users on faster networks are accessing richer content


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