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Zain also receives fine for missing Iraq IPO

Iraq’s market-leading operator has been hit even harder than its peers by regulatory action, with the country’s Communications and Media Commission (CMC) hitting Zain with a hefty fine for missing an IPO deadline...

Liberalisation driving growth for Bahrain’s broadband

Bahrain's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has published market data relating to the end of 2011 for fixed-line, mobile and internet sectors. A stronger than expected growth in the broadband sector suggests that the regulator's efforts at liberalising the internet market are


ITU Secretary General Announces End of Arab Spring

In a statement which stunned listening analysts and journalists alike, ITU Secretary General Dr Hamadoun Touré announced the end of the Arab Spring during a round table at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. According to Touré the end will officially come at the ITU Connect Arab States Summit,


New solutions help Saudi operators embrace the cloud

A new series of cloud-based solutions for contact centres will allow operators in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to reduce their operational expenditure, as well as granting them a higher degree of control, greater design flexibility and simplified migration from on-premise environments...