TechAccess, the value-added distributor in the Middle East, North Africa, LEVANT, Pakistan and Afghanistan hosted a technical workshop for Huawei …
Zain launches first 5G network in KuwaitKuwait telco Zain has launched the first integrated 5G technology on its network, which will provide high-speed communications with high efficiency.0 8306
KNPC selects Dell EMC for data protection
Dell EMC has announced that the Kuwait National Petroleum Company (KNPC) successfully deployed Dell EMC’s storage solutions to drive an “agile and future-ready business.”
Unify kicks off channel promotion
Unify, the Atos brand for communications software and services, recently held a partner roadshow in Dubai to unveil competitive bundles …
D-Link to grow channel footprint in GCC
D-Link Corporation, a global provider of connectivity solutions for small, medium and large enterprise business networking, has announced channel expansion …
KBM recognised as a VMware premier level partner
Gulf Business Machine’s (GBM) Kuwaiti arm, Khorafi Business Machines (KBM) has announced that it had been awarded the distinction of Solution Provider Premier Partner by VMware.
Cisco takes part at EGOV4 in Kuwait
Cisco has announced their participation in the 4th E-Government Forum (EGOV4) in Kuwait, which will be held from 27th to 29th November at Courtyard Marriott hotel.
Honeywell names Burj Khalifa as the ‘smartest’ building in the UAE
Honeywell named the Burj Khalifa as the UAE’s ‘smartest’ building at the Middle East’s smart building awards presentation at the Innovation Live! Summit held in Dubai.
King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah has a vital new research tool. Not just any new system, its High Performance Computer has been rated as the 360th most powerful supercomputer in the world. Dr Iyad Katib, Director of the High Performance Computing Centre, discusses the current and future uses of the behemoth.
Alghanim, Belkin partner to launch WeMo Smart Home
Alghanim Industries has announced its partnership with Belkin International to introduce WeMo’s smart home solutions, to their customers.
Microsoft: Kuwait & Algeria malware culprits
Microsoft has taken legal action to combat the spread of malware that the company says can be traced to bad actors in Kuwait and Algeria.