IT & Telecom
May 25, 2011
The Third Line has this week raised the bar in Dubai’s fast moving, fast growing arts and culture scene by launching a new space for the region’s talent to be showcased.
Microsoft and MADA Assistive Technology Centre have together formed “Imkaan”, a programme that brings the benefits of information technology to disabled people in Qatar.
May 24, 2011
AXIS announced on 23 May 2011, the signing of a USD 1.2 billion financing deal with a tenor of 7.5 years with local and international financial institutions.
Cellcrypt announced the signing of a MoU with Injazat Data Systems to enter further discussions to form a closer business relationship and strategy to jointly pursue future defense.
Nawras Chief Executive Ross Cormack, recently participated in the Abu Dhabi Telecoms CEO Summit.
STC continues its record of successful innovative by introducing the latest smart phone in partnership with Darmoja Electronics, the ASUS A10 device powered by the advanced Android 2.1.
SSS Process initiated re-designing and developing Jordan Customs’ official website, after winning a tender that aimed at updating their website with interactive services.
Microsoft Corp. has announced that it has won awards in two categories at the Middle East Retail Academy (MERA) 2011 Awards.
du successfully conducted and completed its first pilot on Long Term Evolution on its mobile network supporting mobile broadband speeds upto 150 Mbps. The pilot was conducted in April 2011.
SMART Technologies announces that the Universal American School (UAS) in Dubai has been named the first SMART Showcase School in the United Arab Emirates.
Savvytek was welcomed to join Oracle in their Technology Summit that was held twice during this month in Doha and Riyadh.
Netgear has announced its strategic new partnership with International Technology Services for the implementation of key wireless solutions for leading UAE.
Kingston announced it is shipping a 32GBClass 10 microSDHC card that will be available in the Middle East, adding to its family of 4GB, 8GB and 16GB Class 10 cards.
Leading financial technology executives say they want innovations that allow them to process more data more quickly, cheaply and reliably, according to results of a Bloomberg survey.
May 23, 2011
As part of its strategic partnership with Microsoft International, a delegation of top level executives headed by STC Group CEO Eng. Saud Al Daweesh attended the Microsoft Executives Summit in Seattle, USA.