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Jul 12, 2009 As margins are squeezed and ARPU falls, sharing cell sites is one way for operators to boost revenue during tough economic times
Jul 01, 2009 The recent WiMAX Forum MENA event in Dubai demonstrated that attitudes to the 4G technology have matured from the overly simplistic “LTE versus WiMAX” debate that had previously characterised the technology
Jun 30, 2009 Nokia Siemens Networks' proposed deal to take on CDMA and LTE assets of ailing Canadian vendor Nortel will have an impact on the industry in the Middle East and Africa region.
Jun 30, 2009 Operators in the region say they want to be left alone to develop high speed broadband that will propel the region along the information superhighway. But what role is there for the government?
Jun 25, 2009 A long-awaited gold rush in commercial internet services could prove to be the telecoms industry's saviour
Jun 14, 2009 CommsMEA takes a look at some of the factors that will have an impact on the mobile tariffs of tomorrow
Jun 04, 2009 Despite increasing competition, Saudi Arabia's telecoms market holds enormous potential for fixed and mobile operators, with low broadband penetration spurring a new wave of investment
Jun 02, 2009 Bundled services could help operators revive ARPU and reduce churn, according to delegates at the recent Quad Play conference in Dubai
Jun 01, 2009 Vodafone's CEO says that the operator will concentrate on existing assets before making further moves into emerging markets
May 20, 2009 Voice over IP (VoIP) has been pushed as a solution to enterprise telephony for nearly a decade now, yet the fixed-line telephone market is still going strong. Nathan Statz reports on the intricate world of VoIP in the Middle East