Latest in Tag: internet Highlight
Latest in Tag: internet
Management changes since 2000 have failed to make a breakthrough, says SSTE deputy head
Private companies are suffering losses due to Telecom Egypt’s replacement of copper cables with fibre optic ones
Following Telecom Egypt’s (TE) decision to replace the copper Internet cables with high speed fibre optic cables, competing companies have been losing internet services, forcing customers to switch to TE Data, as it is the only company providing services in the meantime. “We cannot discuss enhancing prices and Internet speed service, while Internet providers lose …
Drug purchase through Internet gives customers privacy and speed
This caused the rate of mobile service usage in comparison to the population retreat to 110.6% compared to 110.9% in December 2014, the report said.
The activist group suggested amendments to Internet service prices and speed
Meanwhile, the number of internet users through USB reached 4.5 million by the end of last December, compared to 3.9 million last November, achieving a growth rate of 1.4%.
“Many innocents disappear following arbitrary arrests,” says Sinai-based politician
Local residents shed light on security state’s impacts on everyday life
Marketing shares in Egypt for digital advertising is considered acceptable if we compare it to other countries.
Egypt has the potential to be one of the fastest ten countries in the world in terms of digital economy during the next five years
7.2% growth in mobile internet users
Cooperation aims to prevent, investigate, and prosecute the use of the Internet to commit crimes
Around 20% of Egyptians perform their financial transactions electronically through credit cards
According to a ministry official, the Internet speed users will enjoy is expected to reach up to 25MB.
Outrage from residents due to interruption of landline services over several months
EGP 45bn needed to install high speed internet, Helmy added
Meeting discussed ways to increase cooperation frameworks in national projects
In February, thousands of Egyptian attempted to start an “internet revolution”, protesting against poor services and high prices
Success story is grabbing global attention
Amazon aims to gauge demand and test logistics before rolling out nationwide, mirroring its approach to its grocery delivery service, Amazon Fresh.
Flights from Cairo International Airport were affected by the incident
Fire causes temporary slowing in data-speed and drop in stock market trading
Almost 50% of a 3,000 person sample face problems in accessing internet; some 40% struggle with absence of Arabic content
Fibre-optics could leap-frog Africa into the future
Atef Helmy says 16 submarine cables are currently passing through the country
The array of Chromebooks coming to market included the first one from Lenovo aimed directly at the consumer market. China-based Lenovo is the world’s leading personal computer company.
Google took a step in that direction this week with the acquisition of Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones that can help boost Internet access to remote areas.
Telecom Egypt says the Tuesday outage occurred due to damage in a communication cable
Governments argue that by keeping data at home, they are improving the privacy and security of their citizens.