The partnership will provide MBC in Dubai with dedicated and fully managed video network service on the Telstra Global Media Network to facilitate reliable video streaming to Europe.
The exclusive partnership will offer Amazon Prime’s streaming service free for the first three months; Customers can then pay 11 AED monthly for the next six months and 22 AED per month thereafter.
Earlier this year, Tunisie Télécom in collaboration with Huawei, tested 5G in Tunis. The public company reportedly reached a download speed of 638.66 Mbps live with a widely used consumer smartphone.
Government telecommunications' employees and key stakeholders from the private sector took part in the training to learn how to work with IPv6 and its effective implementation.
Mobile operators in the region are expected to launch 5G networks commercially from 2019. By 2025, 5G will account for 16% of total connections in these markets alone.
Zain will provide its customers with movies and TV shows on its network, including Prime Originals and TV series.
Turkcell will have the ability to anticipate on rapidly changing content needs from its subscribers using Metrological’s back-office for real-time onboarding, monetising and optimising the app lifecycle.
Premium plans offer speeds of up to 500 Mbps and up to 1 Gbps. This change represents the first time 100Mbps has been offered in a base level plan in the UAE.
The conference which runs from 26-27 November in Dubai, focused on key trends in the telecom sector and increasing impact of the industry on the digital ecosystem and the evolution path of the ICT transformation journey.
du is adding a new category under the “Free View” service called “TV First” featuring shows on the same day of their US release.
The agreement will see Huawei Cloud services initially launched in Kuwait and across Middle East. The market in MENA is estimated to be growing by more than 20% year-on-year according to industry analyst Gartner.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has signed a distribution agreement at GITEX with Amazon Prime Video to offer du customers choice in video content
The MoU took place at the Middle East Huawei 5G Ecosystem Conference during Huawei Innovation Day on 15 October 2018, during GITEX, in Dubai.
The 5G use case focuses on ultra-high speed and low latency. The exhibit highlights the comparison of time to download a 4K video using 4G and 5G technologies.
EITC’s du and Virgin Mobile customers will enjoy Netflix on “second screens”, paying for the service through their mobile bills.
Zain Iraq has selected Ericsson to modernise a number of its legacy sites with Ericsson Radio System in a contract signed recently.
The OSN package includes E! Entertainment, Discovery channel, Animal planet and kids channels such as Disney, Nickelodeon and Baby TV, amongst many others.