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Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q2 2018

Middle East And North Africa Telecommunications Q2 2018

BMI View:

In the Middle East, telecoms operators are beginning to consider new service-orientated business models and arebeginning to adapt their investment strategies accordingly. Omantel's investment in Zain sees the former reposition itself as a digitalservices provider, one that is as capable serving the high-end connectivity needs of enterprises as it is the basic communicationsrequirements of consumers. Saudi Telecom is investing in alternative wireless broadband technology that will help businesses takeadvantage of disruptive technologies, while investments by Amazon, Microsoft and IBM in datacentres and co-location facilitiesshows that Bahrain and the UAE are set to emerge as key connectivity hubs in the region.

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