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Jul 22, 2008 Qualcomm’s Pertti Johansson on how 3G technologies are set to deliver a new level of mobile broadband.
Jun 17, 2008 With a relatively closed market, tight regulations and political volatility, Syria is a tough market for telecom operators. Milan Sallaba, partner, Oliver Wyman, tells CommsMEA where the country's potential lies.
Jun 07, 2009 Mobily CEO Khalid Al-Kaf spoke to CommsMEA at last month's MECOM conference in the UAE about the KSA operator's plans to capitalise on the high demand for mobile broadband
Nov 23, 2010 Osman Sultan reveals ambitious plans to expand Du in the digital space. By Roger Field
Oct 07, 2010 Optimisation tech could prove key to making bandwidth-hungry mobile apps work
Apr 18, 2010 With broadband penetration still relatively low across the Middle East, IPTV and video on demand services are still in their infancy in the region. Former Motorola man Georges Dabaghi, now general manager for the Middle East at Seachange subsidiary On Demand, hopes that his new firm will benefit from the growing interest in the technology.
Jan 11, 2010 Amr El-Leithy Alcatel-Lucent’s new Middle East and Africa President discusses the company's plans
Jan 04, 2010 The head of the regulatory division of ICTQatar, William Fagan, tells George Bevir about the organisation’s plans for 2010, including boosting broadband penetration and improving the standard of customer care offered by the country’s operators
Dec 01, 2009 Nayla Khawam, recently appointed CEO of Orange Jordan, tells CommsMEA about her first six months in charge of the incumbent operator and what she has planned for 2010.
Nov 11, 2009 With next generation national broadband networks (NGNBNs) promising a sea change in the way people perceive telecom services, Hadi Raad, senior associate at Booz and Co’s communication and technology practice, tells CommsMEA about the type of services that could emerge and how operators can capitalise on them.