Dubai Airport has upgraded its fire service in order to be ready for the A380. The airport has invested in new fire engines, enhancements to its control room and a steel aircraft for training exercises.
2003 has been a particularly bad year for Boeing Commercial Airplanes, as the US manufacturer has fallen behind Airbus in both sales and deliveries for the first time. However, the company is optimistic about the future, convinced that its 7E7 will revive its fortunes.
A range of local, regional and international operators are vying for the new mobile licence in Algeria. Despite being a 'third-to-market' proposition, the auction is the most attractive bidding opportunity since the country's first mobile sell-off in 2001, writes Lucy Norton
With the release of AntiVirus 7.0 Computer Associates (CA) is planning to strengthen its position in the security market. While the vendor has traditionally played in the high end or enterprise space, it is now targeting small businesses.
The advent of instant messaging (IM) has prompted new user alerts for enterprises. Blue Coat Systems is, however, introducing its range of ProxySG appliances to accelerate, control and secure both internet and IM access.
Employees today are becoming increasingly mobile. As a result of this remote working model, users are searching for tools and systems that will enable them to have access to information on the fly. Consequently, unified messaging is garnering growing interest in the local market.
When it decided to build a new headquarters, Qatar National Olympic Committee (QNOC) decided its facility should be a landmark building in the country. As a result, its Doha-based property is kitted out with the latest IP telephony, networking and wireless technology from Cisco Systems.