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Abu Dhabi to launch first satellite next month

Abu Dhabi to launch first satellite next month

Abu Dhabi’s YahSat will send two hybrid satellites into the orbit in this year, which will serve the military as well as civilian and commercial purposes. The first satellite Y1A is scheduled to be launched by the end of March, an official said.

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Huawei waits for White House review before selling unit

Huawei waits for White House review before selling unit

Huawei, a Chinese telecom equipment maker, will wait for the result of a US Presidential review before selling one of their latest acquisitions. Huawei bought US server firm 3Leaf in May 2010; however the purchase raised security concerns.

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3G subscribers in Middle East region to surpass four million by 2010

3G subscribers in Middle East region to surpass four million by 2010

The quantity of 3G users in the Middle East area is anticipated to go beyond the 4 m mark by the end of year 2010, which symbolizes a 60 percent CAGR, as per the statement from RNCOS, number one market research and data analysis organization.

Given that newest worldwide internet dispersion studies have also exposed that major Middle East nations like Bahrain, UAE and Qatar have posted lofty domestic broadband diffusion, and Saudi Arabia, the areas biggest country, can also be beginning to post development in broadband diffusion, the order for the newest services are placed to carry on.

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'The Future is Android,' claims Motorola executive following launch of DEFY, FLIPOUT smartphones

'The Future is Android,' claims Motorola executive following launch of DEFY, FLIPOUT smartphones

Since the top technology and wireless companies joined forces over three years back, the event and implementation of Google android has moved in a breakneck speed providing consumers with higher user encounters on mobile systems. "These two brand new mobile phones will certainly warm up competitors in the market. FLIPOUT features full Google services including search engine Google search, Google maps, Google mail as well as Google talk, Google’s answer to instant messaging. The future certainly lies with Android, stated Mahmoud Sayed Ahmed, advertising overseer, Middle East, Motorola Mobility.

According to Gartner, an info technologies as well as investigation advisory organization, the worldwide mobile operating-system (OS) marketplace is going to be dominated by Symbian as well as Google android, since the two OSs may take into an account 59.8% of cellular operating system product sales through 2014.

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Satellite MENA the perfect event as satellite market surges forward

Satellite MENA the perfect event as satellite market surges forward

This is a great time with regard to satellite television TV stations as well as service providers in the Middle East and North Africa. Worldwide broadcasters are devoted to the future of this technology, companies are increasing capacity as well as reinvigorated conditional entry techniques are making sure profitability. The newest investigation through Eutelsat shows that consumers prefer satellite television. While pay television providers in the MENA region grew by 15.3% this last year, almost all of this growth came from direct to home satellite television.

Northern Sky Research adds that the satellite television capacity renting market continues to be developing at a yearly rate of 4.2% globally, and the MENA region is predicted to determine the largest FSS Ka-band demand on the planet within the coming two years. The current statement by OSN of a set-top box swap-out, for an "unhackable" device, is made to generate income through at least some of the estimated 5 million unlawful connections in Middle East. OSN predictions are that minimum of 20% - one million homes - will come to be a paid membership.

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