du has signed a MoU with the security industry regulatory agency (SIRA) to strengthen collaboration and enhance safety and security services in line with the UAE’s strategic vision.
Ooredoo announced the appointments of Ahmad Al-Neama as Group regional CEO, Bilal Kazmi as Group chief commercial officer (CCO), and Eyas Assaf as executive director, performance management.
Dubai’s telecom operator Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du) said that its royalty fees to the federal government will remain unchanged for the next few years.
Etisalat has collaborated with Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA) along with Trend Micro Incorporated to launch Cyber Eye – an initiative designed to strengthen the Abu Dhabi Government entities’ cybersecurity capabilities.
Inspired by the vision of the UAE leadership and their continuous support to the telecom sector, Etisalat is delivering world-class networks and innovative services.
The ministry of human resources and social development (HRSD) recognized Zain KSA’s efforts for job localization in the ICT sector with the HRSD Labor Award.
Starting its services as the third mobile operator in Oman, Vodafone Oman celebrated its inauguration ceremony at Mall of Oman, under the patronage of His Highness Sayyid Azzan bin Qais Al Said, in attendance of their Excellencies as well as the chairman and board members of Vodafone.
By investing in the UAE’s future leaders, Etisalat enables graduates to build capabilities in emerging technologies and leadership skills to help them lead the country’s digital future. The graduates onboarded to the second cohort of the year will follow the AI Power Track, which will focus on developing AI skills and nurturing power skills.
Zain KSA continues to advance its award-winning 5G network and associated services, in the pursuit of best-in-class customer experiences for individuals and businesses, by partnering with Huawei to build the region’s first intelligent IP transport.
Etisalat Digital’s blockchain arm UAE Trade Connect (UTC) has crossed the milestone of handling invoices worth AED 10 billion within its first eight months of operation. This amount represents the value of invoices presented by member banks into the UTC system for fraud analysis and duplicate financing checks.