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Intel ISEF 2016: UAE students showcase outstanding innovations

The Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF 2016), which was held in the United States in Phoenix Arizona, saw approximately 1,700 high school students from over 75 countries in attendance. Among these individuals were two students, Maryam Alhashmi...

Etisalat scoops three awards in Barcelona

The Etisalat Group, United Arab Emirates (UAE) based telecommunications operators, walked away with three GSM Association (GSMA) Global Mobile Awards at last week's Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, Spain. The awards are regarded as the 'Oscars' of the telecoms sector...

UAE’s Etisalat wants Libyan investment

Etisalat, United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) largest telecom operator, said Monday evening it hopes to acquire an operating license in Libya or investing in an existing operator. Libya’s current two state-run mobile operators are Madar and Libyana and a third government-run company...

UAE’s Etisalat to sell African mobile towers

United Arab Emirates’ telecom provider, Emirate’s Telecommunications, or Etisalat, revealed on Tuesday that it was looking to off-load mobile phone towers it currently owns in Africa. The sale could generate upwards of $600 million, the company said in comments...

Etisalat, Nokia partner to offer internet services

In an initiative to promote the adoption of advanced mobile internet services in the Middle East, network provider Etisalat and handset manufacturer have Nokia announced a joint effort to provide access to advanced mobile Internet based services such as...

Etisalat pioneers in-flight mobile services

Mobile and satellite communications service provider, Etisalat, says that over 56 000 of its customers have used its in-flight mobile service, since its introduction through the AeroMobile system a year ago. Says Essa Al Haddad, Etisalat’s Chief Marketing Officer: “Etisalat's...

Military protection for Kenyan undersea cable

According to an article on www.washingtonpost.com, various countries have agreed to commit their naval forces to the protection of a ship laying down a high-speed undersea internet cable off the coast of Somalia. According to Kenyan Information and Communications Minister,...
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ELO Digital Office Gold Sponsors Digital Finance Africa 2024

With only a few weeks to go, the July 4th IT News Africa Digital Finance Summit promises to be...
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