Social media connections to get faster, thanks to GBI

GBI teams up with social media platforms, content delivery networks and cloud providers
 Ultra-low latency allows users to view content at almost real-time speeds, Eid says.
Ultra-low latency allows users to view content at almost real-time speeds, Eid says.

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GBI is teaming up with social media platforms, content delivery networks and global cloud providers in the Middle East to enable a faster connection to media and content hubs for regional users. 

Amr Eid, CEO of GBI said: "As more people adopt digitally-aided lifestyles, we are thrilled to partner with social media networks to enhance their user’s experience, providing a faster and more reliable connection. Ultra-low latency allows users to view content at almost real-time speeds."

Mobile watch time in the MENA region is one of the fastest growing in the world, rising by 90 percent year on year, according to research by Google. 

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