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Qatar Telecom to Become Fastest in the Middle East

WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom enables 21Mbps wireless network.

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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Biden Executive Order on Chinese Investment Restrictions a ‘Policy Misstep,’ Says Huawei Official

A new White House order could further push Huawei and other Chinese firms to be more self-sufficient, executive says.

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John Suffolk, Huawei's global head of cybersecurity and privacy officer

WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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China’s Digital Expertise And Export Strategy Concerning, Say Experts

China’s digital savvy and its influence over developing countries is concerning some experts.

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Eileen Donahoe from Stanford University’s Digital Policy Incubator

WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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Huawei’s Success In China A Win For Washington, Expert Says

The Chinese telecom giant is finding greater financial success on home turf, keeping it away from the U.S.

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WASHINGTON August 13, 2010- Qatar Telecom has completed their upgrade of their 3G network. The upgrade will provide users with speeds of 21 Mbps down and 5.8 Mbps up. These new speeds will be offered to customers at no extra cost. Additionally the firm is going to expand its mobile broadband offerings with a USB modem which can access the new high speed network.

Qatar Telecom is also going to begin trials of an HSPA+ network which will double the download speeds to 42 Mbps.

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