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Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), the holding company behind operator Du, has overhauled its organisational structure, according to The National. It has created divisions for Digital Lifestyle and Innovation, and ICT products, and has named Fahad Al Hassawi and Farid Faraidooni deputy chief executives of those divisions respectively. A third division named Infrastructure division will be headed by Saleem Al Blooshi, the new chief infrastructure officer. Eddy Skaf has been appointed as chief strategy officer.
The ICT division will primarily focus on providing managed ICT services to governments and enterprises, while the Digital Lifestyle division will concentrate on developing and providing "lifestyle" products like video and smart home services.
The company has not given any clear indications on whether Virgin Mobile UAE will come under the Digital Lifestyle division. In its published financial results for the second quarter of 2017, the company delivered AED 3.26 billion in revenue.
Du has announced the availability of limited home internet and TV packages across the UAE, marking the beginning of full competition in the UAE’s telecoms space 11 years after the second operator fir
The Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du), on Thursday published its financial results for 2017 and proposed a final annual dividend payment of Dhs997 million bringing the total annual
The Gulf Today
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In a statement released online, the ban
Times of Oman
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