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Alghanim and Belkin to launch WEMO solutions

WeMo enables its users to manage and monitor their home appliances

Comba Telecom launches 4G LTE base station antennas

New multi-band antenna features eight ports with an integrated remote control unit

Du claims region-first in NFV test

Du hopes to deploy the technology to its existing 4G network.

Dubai telco completes testing phase, eyes rollout of network function virtualisation

Research and business plans presented at LTE MENA

LTE MENA brought together more than 800 attendees to discuss the future of LTE roll out

Over 800 high level attendees show latest solutions and discuss challenges at LTE

Zain Bahrain extends LTE services

High-speed mobile access now open to smartphone, tablet users

Kuwait's Qualitynet trials Hotspot 2.0 platform

Hotspot 2.0 is designed to allow automatic discovery and secure connection to Wi-Fi hotspots for mobile devices.

Network boasts 350 hotspots nationwide

Nawras begins network upgrade in southern regions

Omani telco to double 3.5G network capacity, enhance voice, data coverage

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