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  • TELECOMS

    Keeping ahead

    Apr 05, 2010 CommsMEA spoke to BT’s Mike Galvin and EMC’s Bill Teuber about how their businesses utilise new ideas for the broadband and storage sector, and how they will impact the telecom sector.

  • TELECOMS

    Data crunch

    Mar 02, 2010 While handset manufacturers and software developers at this year’s Mobile World Congress were busy touting their latest products and services that will likely increase the amount of traffic passing through operators’ networks, vendors were using the conference as an opportunity to showcase ways of dealing with the upswing in traffic.

  • TELECOMS

    Passage to profit

    Feb 08, 2010 Operators have suffered as a result of a decline in roaming fees from tourists and business people, and now the threat of caps looms large. CommsMEA looks at strategies operators can adopt to bolster roaming revenues

  • DATA CENTRES

    Weighing up outsourcing

    Jan 11, 2010 While outsourcing enterprise datacentres can prove to be highly beneficial to firms, there are some key points that they need to keep in mind, and follow diligently, in order to attain the most from their choice.

  • TELECOMS

    Sleeping giant

    Sep 08, 2009 The telecom sector in Madagascar has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years, but recent political turmoil threatens to disrupt the trend

  • CHANNEL

    Staying ahead of the curve

    Sep 07, 2009 Few companies do true value-added distribution properly, but Dubai-based Minerva has successfully carved out a niche in the mobile broadband and telecommunications sector. Minerva chairman, Leo Psara, outlines the position of the VAD model in the context of the Middle East market today.

  • TELECOMS

    Out of Africa

    Aug 03, 2009 As Zain looks for an exit from its short-lived African adventure, CommsMEA looks at Zain’s African operations and asks what other Middle East telcos need to do to make a success of their own African empires.