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Entrepreneurs and startups that are based on innovation are the future of Egypt, and innovation cannot be achieved without technology, so the state is working to spread technological areas. In this report, we present to you the most important steps taken by the Ministry of Communications in 2017 to support innovation and spread technology across …
xPresident Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi launched several initiatives since 2015 in thecommunications and information technology (ICT) sector. The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has assumed the responsibility toof implementing these initiatives. But has it been able to achieve them? Electronics design and manufacture The first complex for electronics manufacturing in New Assiut’s Technology Park was …
“We” representatives in Vodafone’s board of directors attend board meetings
We are studying the investment incentives the company needs; the manufacturing will be in one of the technological zones, says official
The Ministry of Communications is dependent on technological and creativity zones and electronic manufacturing to attract foreign investments
Slight decline in number of subscribers, says Ministry of Communications
The ministry’s short-term plan is to develop five key industries: mobile phone, GPS, LED bulbs, local production of screens, and solar power plants
Investment incentives, customs and tax discounts will attract foreign companies
The ministry set 21 March as the deadline for companies to submit technical, financial offers
The automated services tender comes within the framework of the ministry’s larger attempts to retrofit the largely antiquated technological infrastructure of various government agencies.
Integrated Systems and Prosylab intend to compete for the project
Deadline for application is 15 November, to begin implementation within a month
Mobile Internet is the highest growing by 2.6%, according to telecommunications sector report
The latest dollar crisis Egypt is facing is also an obstacle for companies that seek to implement the projects, especially since most of the components will be imported.
The call centres will allow citizens to access state services through multiple channels of communication, and will increase communication and participation by identifying services based on the user’s location
It started with the TE administration’s objections to the reduction of the infrastructure rental rate for Internet service providers.
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology conducted an agreement on Saturday with the Giza Governorate activating the role of Egypt’s information technology companies in developing the services offered to citizens. The agreement comes within the strategic plan of the ministry which aims at developing the information technology industry. According to …
Expanded plans for military in new company suggests security and privacy implications
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
By Mohamed Alaa El-Din The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology offered a tender to supply devices for the electronic document-archiving system for the Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC). According to the ministry, the financial and technical bids will be viewed on 22 March. The ministry also offered a tender to supply the devices …
Ministry is relying on attracting offers for three projects, which will be proposed for the investors within three days through the summit
Initiative aims to support innovation and entrepreneurship for mobile phone applications
The launch of communications projects using PPP will energise the market, company awaiting board approval to launch a tender for data centre
Telecom Egypt solely aggrieved from delayed offering of unified licensing system
7.2% growth in mobile internet users
We offer new applications to combat fraud and evaluate credit risk, says Terada Regional Director
These institutions include the International Finance Corporation (IFC), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the European Investment Bank (EIB)
Reuters – Kuwait’s parliament has approved the first reading of a bill to create the country’s first independent telecoms watchdog, according to the assembly’s website, a move that could lead to further liberalisation of the sector. The Ministry of Communications is the de facto regulator in the absence of a separate watchdog and also ultimately …
BMI report highlights growth and government strategies supportive of the market