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26 April 2011
The Syrian government has been forced to postpone the auction of its third GSM mobile licence due to the political uprisings in the country.
There have not been reports as to when the auction might be
rescheduled due to the uncertain state of the country with
ongoing anti-government protests...
Dubai’s du has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Chinese vendor Huawei for the construction of what they claim will be the most advanced mobile broadband network in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Home to more than half of the world’s mobile phone subscriptions, the potential for mobile money services in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in its developing countries, is significant. Agnes Stubbs investigates.
Claro Peru is preparing to launch broadband services in remote areas of the country using time division long-term evolution (TD-LTE) technology, according to local reports.
Mexican operator Totalplay may participate in an upcoming tender for a $7 billion wholesale mobile network in Mexico, according to its CEO.
China Mobile and China Unicom have partnered with Alcatel-Lucent to advance their move to the cloud with ultra-broadband access, IP networking and NFV technology.
Mongolia is one of the least densely populated countries in the world, but despite its predominantly basic telecoms setup, the country, like many across Asia, is making moves towards a more data-centric future.