Telecom Egypt (TE), one of the largest integrated telecommunications operators in Egypt, is collaborating with IBM and Red Hat to help them develop an open, hybrid cloud strategy that will modernize their operations and accelerate their digital transformation journey. Telecom Egypt will adopt IBM Cloud Pak for Automation built on Red Hat OpenShift, to become more efficient, flexible and future-ready to support core operations and enable new digital services.

Read more: Telecom Egypt picks IBM and Red Hat to ramp up network operations

South African multinational mobile telecommunications company, MTN announced that the Group has concluded an agreement to sell, and thereby fully exit, its 20% shareholding in Belgacom International Carrier Services SA (BICS) to Proximus NV/SA.

Read more: MTN agrees to sell its shareholder stake in BICS for R1,8 billion

Leading  Saudi telecom company stc won the "Excellence in Governance Award" granted to the best companies listed in the Saudi capital market, as part of the activities of the Second Global Conference on Governance organized by Al-Faisal University, after completing the 150 standards of governance.

Read more: stc bags Excellence in Governance Award for best listed companies in the capital market

Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC (“EITC”) popularly known by its brand name ‘du’ reported a total Revenue of AED 11.08 billion and a Net Income of AED 1.44 billion for the year ended 31 December 2020.  The results reaffirm the company’s profitability and the resilience of its model in a difficult operating environment caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The company had reported revenue of Dh12.59 billion and net profit of Dh1.73 billion in 2019.

Read more: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Co reports Dh 1.44 billion net profit for FY 2020

Saudi Telecom Company (STC) has surpassed its counterparts in the region to become the most valuable brand in the Middle East’s telecommunications sector, and the third most valuable brand in all sectors behind Aramco and ADNOC, according to the Brand Finance Global 500 2021 report.

Read more: STC most valuable telecom brand in Middle East: report

Etisalat has partnered with Smart Dubai to provide a comprehensive suite of multi-layered cybersecurity services and skilled expertise that will further strengthen Dubai government entities’ resilience to cyber attacks. The services will be offered by Help AG, the cyber security arm of Etisalat Digital.

Read more: Etisalat's Help AG and Smart Dubai to help government entities fight cyber attacks

Kuwait Telecommunications Company (stc), a world-class digital leader providing innovative services and platforms to customers and enabling the digital transformation in Kuwait, announced its financial results for the financial year ended 31 December 2020.

Read more: stc Kuwait reports KD 283.2 mn in revenues for FY2020

The iconic spherical structures, popularly called ‘golf balls’ atop Etisalat’s office buildings across the UAE proudly lit up in red in commemoration of the arrival of UAE’s Hope Probe to Mars.

Read more: Etisalat honors Hope Probe’s arrival to Mars, iconic ‘golf balls’ light up in red

Saudi telecom company stc Group has signed an agreement with the National Security Services Company (SAFE), owned by the Public Investment Fund (PIF) to provide a range of high-quality security services across the Kingdom. The agreement was signed by Turki bin Matooq Al-Thonayan, chief executive of SAFE, and Nasser S. Al-Nasser, CEO of STC Group.

Read more: stc to collaborate with SAFE for integrated security services

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