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29 November 2012
| Kavit Majithia
NTT DoCoMo will establish a subsidiary in Singapore to provide services to Japanese customers in the municipality.
DoCoMo Singapore will be established on December 1 2012 and begin offering Japanese language support, as well as communications services...
Middle Eastern operator Nawras has signed a capacity agreement with satellite provider SES to provide improved network services to Oman.
Deutsche Telekom has launched a new programme of services aimed at strengthening SMEs in Germany.
With the bandwidth trading market showing signs of revival, does any of the current crop of players look to have the right formula? Guy Matthews investigates.
The SEA-ME-WE 3 cable that currently provides the only direct connectivity between Singapore and Australia was lit back in 2000. Regular upgrades have kept it in business, but the route has been crying out for some time for the diversity that a high-bandwidth alternative would provide.
Ooredoo is keeping abreast with Qatar's phenomenal pace of development, and the carrier in particular has big plans for wholesale. Alex Hawkes speaks to Yousuf Al Kubaisi, chief wholesale and international officer, Ooredoo.
With LTE deployments well underway in the Middle East, the region is now looking at cloud and M2M opportunities for new sources of revenue in 2014.
What will be the most important network technology breakthrough of 2014?
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