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Du presents future of ICT to SRTI

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Officials during the event.

Dubai: Du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), has hosted senior executives of the Sharjah Research Technology & Innovation Park (SRTI) at the company’s Idea Hub as the emirate eyes solidifying its presence as a global centre for knowledge and innovation.

Hussain Al Mahmoudi, CEO of SRTI, was greeted and received at the Idea Hub in Al Salam Tower, Dubai, by Farid Faraidooni, Deputy CEO - Enterprise Solutions, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company, along with members of the senior executive team.

The visit to the Idea Hub centered on ways the two entities can collaborate to create unique innovations based off new technologies. During the occasion, du’s team showcased how innovations in the areas of IoT, Blockchain, AI, Data Sciences and Smart Cities can drive SRTI’s transformation agenda.

As a pioneering force in bringing tomorrow’s connected future to life, du’s Idea Hub provides a platform for the company to understand the needs of different government entities. It is also provides an opportunity for brainstorming and encourages discourse on the possibilities of implementing next generation technologies to achieve future advancements.

Operating under the steadfast umbrella of Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), du is an integral driver of the UAE’s economic, social and digital transformation.

Thriving on digitally innovating all facets of the contemporary telecom experience, we touch the lives of millions of customers everyday as a dedicated enabler of connectivity, continuity and growth across consumer and enterprise segments.

Whether delivering state-of-the-art Smart City infrastructure, bespoke enterprise ICT solutions, government communications, secure data solutions, or the very best in home entertainment and value, we are a reliable telco and ICT player shaping the future of communication for a more connected tomorrow.

Business Bureau, Gulf Today