Jian Gao, PhD candidate in engineering at NYU Abu Dhabi, is investigating how a next generation model of mobile communications could be the key to faster cell service, fewer dropped calls, and cheaper phone bills.
The partnership will enable interTouch to deliver “reliable and secure” connectivity and managed network solutions for the hospitality industry in Oman.
Zain is leveraging Cisco advanced segment routing platforms to bring the benefits of distributed intelligence and centralised control to its network.
The next-generation data centre will exist beyond walls, seamlessly integrating core facilities with a more intelligent, mission-critical edge of network, …
Sensus has announced a partnership with STC Specialised (part of Saudi Telecom Company Group) to provide a secure, spectrum communications network to utilities firms in Saudi Arabia.
Oman outranked several advanced countries’ 4G speeds, such as the US, France, the UK, Germany and Sweden in addition to all Arab countries.
The ‘bomb on board’ network caused the Turkish Airlines flight to make an emergency landing at the Khartoum airport in Sudan.
Ericsson and Corda Campus are launching the first 5G Life Campus in Hasselt, Belgium. The 5G Life Campus will be …
This latest project from Batelco is central to the overall data centre plan for Bahrain, in line with the vision to be a leading data hub in the region.
Zain Bahrain and K Hotel, operated by the Gulf Hotels Group, have signed an enterprise partnership for full connectivity solutions …
Emirates has signed a new agreement with Thales to equip its 777X fleet with the “next generation broadband inflight connectivity” using Inmarsat GX global network.
Jerry Kennelly, CEO of Riverbed, describes the functionality and benefits of the latest networking technology, SD-WAN, which uses policy-based rules to orchestrate applications routing in the cloud.
Colt Technology Services, in conjunction with technology partners AT&T, Orange, Ciena, Amdocs and Fujitsu aims to bring the concept of the customer controlled network closer to reality.
Waseela’s project aims to provide a high-speed wireless network between schools and education directories in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.