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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.
Nov 02, 2009 As head of the International Telecommunications Union, Dr Hamadoun Touré is committed to ensuring telecoms technology works for the good of people around the world.
Aug 30, 2009 With Middle East operators vying to enter the Asian Subcontinent, Roger Field spoke to Shamik Das, CEO of mobile start-up STel
Sep 13, 2007 Christina Corbett catches up with Etisalat CEO Mohammad Al Qamzi, and asks how the company plans to stay ahead of the competition.
Dec 12, 2000 Voice and data convergence. It seems like everyone’s been talking about for ages now, but what exactly is it all about? More importantly, how can you benefit from it?
Nov 23, 2010 Iraq is a potential goldmine for operators, but for Emad Makiya, bringing robust telecoms services for the benefit of the Iraqi people is the main priority.
Sep 07, 2010 For many telcos, the cost of buying network testing equipment can be prohibitive.
Dec 29, 2009 Industry leaders across the telecom sector say the future will be dominated by mobile broadband. Samer Salameh, the CEO of Lebanon’s Alfa says it could help restore the telco to its former glory, but he has some words of advice for operators in the region.
Jul 30, 2009 Peter Kaliaropoulos is on the attack, & Bahrain’s TRA is his target. The Batelco CEO talks controversy, cooperation & competition
Sep 13, 2007 Eight out of 10 mobile users in ME carry a Nokia. CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo says he wants to make it 10 out of 10.