Vodafone Qatar has recently announced that it will be supplying New Salata and the Industrial Area with full-fibre network to handle speeds of up to 1 Gigabit per second (1Gbps).
The bank offers a 24/7/365 service model on its innovative mobile app and web banking portal allowing customers to open and manage their accounts, conducting everyday transactions through its online channel, supported by services such as video contact centre, e-mail, web chat and social media.
As part of its ongoing efforts to ensure convenient banking experience for its customers, BankDhofar has announced that it is the first bank in Oman to join Ripple’s global enterprise Blockchain network – RippleNet.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) has announced it may invest more in renewable energy, as climate change fears prompt fund managers even in the oil-rich Middle East to look beyond fossil fuels.
Oman is highlighting how new technologies will play a central and critical role in the country’s future and the development of the economy and social fabric of society at the ongoing Comex Technology Week.
Kuwait’s Ministry of the Interior has reportedly announced plans to digitize the renewal of residence visa for expatriates from the beginning of 2019.
Saudi Arabia has reportedly signed a strategic partnership with US education-focused technology firm, Coursera.
The Information Technology Authority (ITA), represented by the Arab Regional Cybersecurity Centre of ITU has signed a partnership agreement with the Oman Oil Company (OOC) to provide the company and its subsidiaries with cybersecurity services.
Saudi Arabia and Japanese telecom giant-turned-tech investor SoftBank have announced a new phase of their partnership on Tuesday, announcing the world’s biggest solar power generation project at a press conference in New York.
Oman will put the spotlight on how artificial intelligence will impact the education sector in an upcoming symposium at the Sultanate.
Vodafone has reportedly sold 51 percent stake in its Qatari operations to its existing partner, the Qatar Foundation, for a total sum of $348.2 million (EUR 301 million).
Qatar’s central bank will consider the topic of virtual currencies and there may be an opportunity in the future to introduce them in Qatar, Reuters reported.
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