Capacity Conferences

Middle East 2016

NOW IN ITS
11TH YEAR

1 - 3 March, 2016, Dubai

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Celebrating it's 10th anniversary year, Capacity Middle East 2015 broke all records and delivered the biggest ever worldwide meeting point for all operators and service providers active in the Middle Eastern telecoms market.

"Capacity Middle East seems to get bigger and better each year"
CEO, ORIXCOM

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Announce your company’s latest news at Capacity Middle East 2016
 
Capacity will once again be running its exclusive series of daily email news alerts throughout Capacity Middle East 2016.
 
Capacity’s email alerts enable your company to showcase its latest news and developments to all delegates attending the event, as well as provides updates and images from the conference in March 2016 in Dubai.
 
If you have any press releases you would like to share or wish to schedule an interview with the editorial team, please contact senior reporter Laura Hedges: laura.hedges@capacitymedia.com
 
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  • AHEAD OF THE CURVE: The rise of mobile money in Asia

    Home to more than half of the world’s mobile phone subscriptions, the potential for mobile money services in the Asia-Pacific region, especially in its developing countries, is significant. Agnes Stubbs investigates.

  • MARKET STRATEGY: Serving digital governments

    The digitisation of the public sector in many countries around the world means that governments’ methods for running IT services and storing data are undergoing major transformations. Carriers have the chance to play a central part in driving these changes.

  • Claro Peru to launch TD-LTE network

    Claro Peru is preparing to launch broadband services in remote areas of the country using time division long-term evolution (TD-LTE) technology, according to local reports.

  • du and Huawei pen mobile broadband deal

    Dubai’s du has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Chinese vendor Huawei for the construction of what they claim will be the most advanced mobile broadband network in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

  • Totalplay may take part in Mexico's network tender

    Mexican operator Totalplay may participate in an upcoming tender for a $7 billion wholesale mobile network in Mexico, according to its CEO.



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