Wireless networks in UAE running out of capacity

By : |February 7, 2014 0

DUBAI, UAE: The technology revolution that gripped UAE and made it one of the leading IT markets in the Middle East is spilling over into the consumer space.

With one of the highest smartphone penetrations in the world, pegged at 74 percent by a recent Google study, and with growing demand for internet access on these devices, both at home and in corporate environments, wireless networks in the country are running out of capacity fast.

Wi-Fi, the primary mode of access to high-speed internet for most mobile users, has transformed the way in which users interact with their devices. Businesses in the UAE are beginning to realise the potential for Wi-Fi as a platform for innovation – helping them transform the workplace, deliver new services and thus grow their revenues.

High-speed networks are now required by all sizes and types of businesses, from SMBs to large enterprises and even government and public sector offices.

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