Etisalat has bannounced the launch of the UAE’s first home Wi-Fi designed to deliver super-fast, reliable, and non-stop connectivity when deployed in every room.
The two companies will focus on driving adoption of Avaya’s solutions to key industry verticals in Egypt, enabling them to provide richer communications experiences to their customers and employees.
UAE-based telco Etisalat’s shares climbed after it said that it’s planning to buy back stock valued at as much as $2 billion, according to Bloomberg.
The launch of the Smart City initiative is in line with the ‘Omantel 3.0’ strategy, which aims to revolutionise smart living and working digital services by enhancing security and improving business efficiencies, as well as revamping end user experiences across the many facets of the community.
Etisalat has announced its partnership with Idemia to provide remote SIM provisioning that will allow consumers to store multiple user profiles on a device simultaneously and switch between them remotely.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, has announced that it will be working with Nokia to trial 3GPP standardised 5G New Radio non-standalone technology, and subsequently deploy live 5G sites in selected areas in the UAE.
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).
Saudi Arabian authorities has reportedly fined the former chairman of the kingdom’s second-biggest telecom company for insider trading and ordered his investment firm to pay $75 million.
Etisalat has teamed up with Ericsson and Intel to launch a 5G innovation competition targeting engineering students from renowned universities …
Mobile World Congress 2018 will spotlight the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in telecoms, as a means of combating stagnating mobile service revenues as once-lucrative features like text messaging have become commoditised.