Etisalat’s business customers in the UAE are in for a major upgrade as Etisalat boosts broadband speeds by up to 2.5 times for freeFULL STORY
Communications on the move is used in cars, trucks, trains, yachts and aircraft. Clayton Vallabhan speaks with experts in the field on how the technology is evolving, and changing the way we use satellites for seamless connectivity
TV channels in the MENA are on a growth spurt and shows no signs of slowing down; co-operation with other teleports is the only key to success according to Andrej Lovsin, CEO, STN
In recent years, major events such as the Arab Spring and the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake have brought the role of citizen journalists into global prominence. As mainstream news outlets adapt to this emerging trend, professional journalists and average citizens alike can explore the use of satellite technology as a key enabler to delivering news from anywhere in the world
O3b Networks is a next-generation satellite network enabling customers in emerging markets to extend their range and reach of service through fast, flexible and affordable connectivity. Clayton Vallabhan speaks to Mohamed Sadek, MD of O3b, Middle East and Central Asia, about how the company is connecting the world, one link at a time
“The industry needs to work towards introducing the Carrier ID technology, with the aim of making it a requirement by January 2015 says Martin Coleman, Executive Director, IRG.
Gulfsat is present at IBC once again this year. This will be the company’s fifth consecutive year of exhibiting at the show
Intelsat has entered into a new, multi-year agreement with MSTelcom, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Angolan national oil & gas company