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  • Cisco drives Middle East research

    Cisco Systems believes research is the backbone of the ICT industry in the region. The company hopes that sponsoring local research will help the Middle East develop from being an importer of technology to a world leading exporter of innovation. Robert Lloyd, President Cisco Systems EMEA, says there is a huge amount of untapped talent in the Arab world.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, February 19 - 2004 @ 10:30
  • Searching for Excellence

    Cisco Systems and the UAE University have announced a Research Excellence Award to encourage research in Information Technology. Sheikh Nahayan Bin Mabarak Al Nahayan, the UAE Minister for Higher Education and Scientific Research, explains the importance of private sector support in developing academic excellence in the Emirates.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, February 18 - 2004 @ 09:33
  • Stonesoft opens up in DIC

    Regional investment in IT spend will remain strong in 2004, according to research from integrated network security specialist Stonesoft. The company has established a new regional headquarters in Dubai Internet City, in response to increased market demand for its services.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, February 17 - 2004 @ 09:43
  • CIE setting international standards

    With the ecucation rapidly expanding in the UAE and region-wide, the University of Cambridge Internal Examinations (CIE) has opened a new office in Dubai. Paul Lewis, Director Middle East & North Africa, explains how CIE offers qualifications ranging from high school examinations to vocational courses.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, February 15 - 2004 @ 10:20
  • CABSAT 2004: Echostar

    Echostar has been exhibiting at Cabsat since it began a decade ago. Echostar says many visitors this year were from outside the region, looking to the Middle East as a trend indicator for the rest of the world.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, February 14 - 2004 @ 19:26
  • CABSAT 2004: UK Trade Fair

    UK companies put in a strong showing at Cabsat, thanks to support from the UK government’s Trade Fair organisation. It’s the fourth year that UK companies have been funded to appear at the exhibition, with Dubai seen as the gateway to the Middle East, a key market for the UK.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, February 14 - 2004 @ 14:03
  • CABSAT 2004: Procast

    Procast exhibited with several new partners at Cabsat 2004, showcasing its broadcast systems integration products and services. Procast says the mood is buoyant compared to last year, with many visitors showing significant interest during the show.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Saturday, February 14 - 2004 @ 09:17
  • CABSAT 2004: Sony Broadcast

    Sony Broadcast has been demonstrating its new XDCam at CABSAT 2004. The revolutionary camera records video onto an optical disk rather than tape, resulting in instant access to media files. Sony also reports success in Saudi Arabia for its videoconference technology, and identifies High Definition Television as a key product area.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, February 11 - 2004 @ 15:17
  • CABSAT 2004: DWTC

    Cabsat, the 10th Middle East International Cable, Satellite, Broadcast & Communications Exhibition, is reporting a strong surge in visitor numbers this year. Companies from more than 27 countries are taking part, showcasing the latest services and technologies.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, February 11 - 2004 @ 09:18
  • Insight: Regional Aviation

    The Middle East Aviation Industry has seen several new entrants in the market, most recently Air Arabia. Gulf Air also launched a dedicated all-economy regional carrier last year, Gulf Traveller, which has enjoyed huge success. President and Chief Executive James Hogan gives his insight into what will make new players succeed or fail.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, February 10 - 2004 @ 09:29

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