Egypt's investment plan into the communications and information technology sector during the fiscal year 2022/2023 aims to raise the efficiency of the use of the Internet and connectivity networks for the state’s administrative apparatus at a value of one billion pounds, according to a government report by the Ministry of Planning.
He added that, currently, around 95% of the construction of tablet PC manufacturing facility is done, mass production is expected to commence soon.
Although the free trade part entails removing tariffs, that is not all.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation and the Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology signed a cooperation protocol.
Private investments are worth LE6.9 billion in Egypt's ICT sector in FY2020/2021.
The funding will be secured by the private company while the supervision will be done by the Faculty of Agriculture as its students along with technicians will execute the plan.
Those are located NAC’s Knowledge City.
The Ministry of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities will finish in August the execution of 1,440 residential units within Sakan Misr initiative, and 1,584 social housing units distributed among 66 buildings in Asyut.
The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology is collaborating with different ministries and agencies to finalize the integrated national databases, a project that began mid-2016.
The government is expected to submit to the House of Representatives a draft law that regulates e-commerce in Egypt.
Telecom Egypt (WE) is in the process of distributing 700,000 SIM cards to be installed in the tablets delivered to students and teachers within the new education system.
Three conferences on digital transformation, transportation technology and education will be hosted for the first time on the sidelines of the ICT 2018
President Sisi said that Egypt eyes more cooperation with the Chinese company Huawei and seeks to increase the company’s activities in the country.
The telecommunications sector grew by 12.5 percent in the last fiscal year, with its exports reaching $1.87 billion annually.
US rights groups sued the government Wednesday over the increasing use of warrantless searches of cellphones and computers of travelers.
Global Telecom Holding’s subsidiary in Pakistan, Jazz, signed a deal to sell its tower company Deodar for $940 million.
Investigators have uncovered the problems behind the failure of atomic clocks onboard satellites belonging to the beleaguered Galileo satnav system
Samsung Electronics said it would start selling a refurbished version of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphone this week