iran telecom innovations 2017 officially opened by the Minister of ICT and his deputies
Minister Azari Jahromi outlines next steps on Iran’s ICT agenda
Three panels to be held alongside the show by the minister and his deputies
iran telecom innovations 2017 kicked off on 16 October 2017 in the presence of the minister of ICT, his deputies and other high ranking personalities – a clear indicator of how strongly the Iranian government supports iran telecom innovations.
Exhibitors & Products 2017
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China's Huawei Gains Network Upgrade Contract In Iran
Source: ChinaTechNews.com Editor - May 16, 2017
Huawei and Telecommunication Company of Iran have jointly launched a new project aiming to integrate and upgrade the fixed telephone and mobile telecommunications networks of Iran.
Iran's tech boom: Amid blocks on Apple, Facebook, Google, new apps are emerging
Source: ZDNet - Damian Radcliffe for Heat Sink - June 12, 2017
Serving a largely young and educated population, Iran's tech startups are on the rise.
MTN to invest $295 million in Iran's telecom market
Source: CommsMEA - May 10, 2017
MTN Group is going to invest more than $295 million in Iranian Net, a fixed line broadband network in which it is to buy an initial 49 per cent stake, according to a Reuters report.
Mr Hossein Taheri – Managing Director
Mr Mohammad Sharif - Manager Telecom & IT Dept
RFS Radio Frequency Systems
RFS is active in Iran since 2005. Our products and solutions are particularly suitable for the Iranian market because of their high quality creating reliable communication. Iranians are quality-minded and the tough environment here also requires high quality. (…)
Iran to see arrival of MVNOs amid other reforms to telecoms sector – R&M
Source: www.developingtelecoms.com - October 16, 2017
Mobile services are widely available in Iran, with services on offer from three major mobile network operators - MCI, MTN Irancell and Rightel - which are able to offer services on a national basis.
In March 2017 competition in the mobile sector was set to increase further with the country's largest ISP, Shatel Group, reportedly given permission to begin offering full MVNO services in Iran. It would operate under the brand name Shatel Mobile. HiWeb, which signed a partnership deal with Vodafone Group in October 2016, was also awarded a licence from the CRA to offer SIM cards under a local brand name. (…)