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  • City Centre of Cyber Fun

    Qtel’s Internet City, part of the Qatar Summer Wonders, hopes to introduce children to the internet and computing in a fun and easy-to-learn way. Activities range from computer classes and a playground to interactive PC gaming and learning how to assemble a PC.

    Watch Video » Qatar:Tuesday, July 15 - 2003 @ 15:00
  • Camels race ahead for Nakheel

    In keeping with the spirit of Arabia, Dubai property developers Nakheel plan to sponsor an annual camel race. The inaugural race will be held in September, with prize money of half a million dirhams.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Sunday, July 13 - 2003 @ 09:19
  • Interview: Dr Nasser Marafih, CEO Qtel

    Qatar’s national telco, Qtel, is undergoing a major transformation. The company aims to become the leading innovator in communications in the region. Qtel’s CEO, Dr Nasser Marafih, outlined Qtel’s new direction.

    Watch Video » Qatar:Saturday, July 12 - 2003 @ 14:02
  • Corporate Camels in Dubai

    The Camel Caravan is coming to town… a creative way for companies to sponsor both public arts and deserving causes. The concept has been successful in many countries worldwide, using different animals. It now takes the form of the Middle East’s most noble beast – the Arabian camel.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, July 02 - 2003 @ 13:41
  • DSS fun for Junior Chefs

    As part of the Dubai Summer Surprises promotion, Hilton is running Junior Academy 2003. The event is a day of organised fun and work for children. They get to learn about all aspects of the hotel business, from housekeeping to cooking.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, July 01 - 2003 @ 14:44
  • Emerging Success for UAE technology

    Abu Dhabi based company Emerging Technologies is already a world leader with its advanced voice recognition software, that specialises in different Arabic dialects. Now it’s signed a deal with Qatar’s Al Jazeera to provide the region’s first voice portal service via the telephone.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Monday, June 30 - 2003 @ 16:23
  • Interview: Saudi Telecom

    Saudi Arabia’s telecoms sector is set to grow annually by 3.2 percent, and penetrate 43,000 businesses by 2007, according to recent estimates by IT consultants Booz Allen Hamilton. STC’s IPO raised more than SR15 billion, from 900,000 Saudi investors. AME Info Broadcast asked Khalid Baghdadi, STC’s Marketing Support Director, about the possibility of the telco opening up to foreign investment.

    Watch Video » Saudi Arabia:Friday, June 27 - 2003 @ 11:44
  • Electronic Excellence for LG

    LG Electronics has invested US$3 million to open the region’s first LG Digital Centre. The Centre of Excellence will showcase LG’s range of products, and also be used for staff training and education, product launches and conferences.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Tuesday, June 24 - 2003 @ 10:32
  • Interview: Patrick Lelorieux, Avaya

    At the Middle East launch of Avaya’s integrated stackable telephony situation, AME Info Broadcast spoke to
    Patrick Lelorieux, President, Avaya EMEA about the regional outlook and strategy for IP telephony. It includes the as yet undeveloped Iraqi communications sector.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Thursday, June 19 - 2003 @ 08:34
  • Stacking up the Advantages

    Small to medium enterprises can now enjoy easier, lower cost communications infrastructures with Avaya’s new Integrated Stackable Telephony System. It provides plug and play voice and data using an easily expandable IP telephony system.

    Watch Video » United Arab Emirates:Wednesday, June 18 - 2003 @ 10:19






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