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Kurdistan Region of Iraq Report

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Jonson S. Ayo, Minister of Transportation and Communications of Kurdistan Region of Iraq
The Minister reveals his greatest worries and also plans in order to improve the state of infrastructure in the Continue
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30 May 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Autonomous Kurdistan has found itself with a comparative advantage in the telecoms department, with defacto faster Internet connections and consistent mobile service compared to the rest of Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Korek is a big player in Iraq now, "we have nationwide coverage. We increased our market share by 4 percent in less than a year: we moved from 11 to 15.7 percent." Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
Ghada Gebara, CEO of Korek Telecom
Korek Telecom is a big player in Iraq with a nationwide coverage. Korek's market share now Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Two years ago an ISP or a data company had always had a disadvantage in comparison to a 2G mobile company, as the latter always had an upper hand because the voice application was more popular. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
The Internet penetration rate in Iraqi Kurdistan is a subject to controversy. Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom, the largest and leading Internet provider in Kurdistan, believes that the Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom had a plan to position Iraq on the global map by building data transfer infrastructure that would have connected the East to the West with a data hub in Baghdad, which would have Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz group is a regional telecom group.Allai Newroz Telecom is a shareholding company with local and international investors.Furthermore, Newroz Telecom holds shares in other companies and Continue
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30 May 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Autonomous Kurdistan has found itself with a comparative advantage in the telecoms department, with defacto faster Internet connections and consistent mobile service compared to the rest of Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Korek is a big player in Iraq now, "we have nationwide coverage. We increased our market share by 4 percent in less than a year: we moved from 11 to 15.7 percent." Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
Ghada Gebara, CEO of Korek Telecom
Korek Telecom is a big player in Iraq with a nationwide coverage. Korek's market share now Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Two years ago an ISP or a data company had always had a disadvantage in comparison to a 2G mobile company, as the latter always had an upper hand because the voice application was more popular. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
The Internet penetration rate in Iraqi Kurdistan is a subject to controversy. Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom, the largest and leading Internet provider in Kurdistan, believes that the Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom had a plan to position Iraq on the global map by building data transfer infrastructure that would have connected the East to the West with a data hub in Baghdad, which would have Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz group is a regional telecom group.Allai Newroz Telecom is a shareholding company with local and international investors.Furthermore, Newroz Telecom holds shares in other companies and Continue
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19 December 2012 |
Jacques Yétérian
According to the Kurdistan Region's Ministry of Transportation and Communications, there are currently 21 companies providing internet services in Kurdistan. The sector is divided into fixed line Continue
13 December 2012 |
Jacques Yétérian
Top Telecommunication Companies in Iraq & Kurdistan  Zain Iraq - 53% market share AsiaCell - 31% market share  Korek Telecom - 15.7% market share Introduction to the Telecom Sector in the Continue
Ghada Gebara, CEO of Korek Telecom
Korek Telecom is a big player in Iraq with a nationwide coverage. Korek's market share now Continue
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom
Newroz group is a regional telecom group. When Newroz Telecom began their operation in Continue
Jonson S. Ayo, Minister of Transportation and Communications of Kurdistan Region of Iraq
The Minister reveals his greatest worries and also plans in order to improve the state of Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Two years ago an ISP or a data company had always had a disadvantage in comparison to a 2G mobile company, as the latter always had an upper hand because the voice application was more popular. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
The Internet penetration rate in Iraqi Kurdistan is a subject to controversy. Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom, the largest and leading Internet provider in Kurdistan, believes that the Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom had a plan to position Iraq on the global map by building data transfer infrastructure that would have connected the East to the West with a data hub in Baghdad, which would have Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz group is a regional telecom group.Allai Newroz Telecom is a shareholding company with local and international investors.Furthermore, Newroz Telecom holds shares in other companies and Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
According to the Iraqi constitution, Iraqi Kurdistan's Ministry of Communication has a right to issue numerous licenses. Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kawa A. Junad discusses the future of the Internet in Iraq's Kurdistan. According to Junad, Kurdistan will become a hub for new technologies and the deployment of 4G LTE will enable further Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of the largest Internet service provider in Iraqi Kurdistan, which boasts 85% market share, argues that Newroz Telecom has been playing a key role in reducing the Internet Continue
06 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Kawa A. Junad, CEO of Newroz Telecom, the leading and largest Internet provider in Iraq's Kurdistan Newroz Telecom, talks about the Internet development in Kurdistan. Continue
07 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Exclusive interview with Ghada Gebara, CEO of Korek Telecom. Continue
07 January 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Exclusive interview with Ghada Gebara, CEO of Korek Telecom. Continue
30 May 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Autonomous Kurdistan has found itself with a comparative advantage in the telecoms department, with defacto faster Internet connections and consistent mobile service compared to the rest of Continue
21 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Korek is a big player in Iraq now, "we have nationwide coverage. We increased our market share by 4 percent in less than a year: we moved from 11 to 15.7 percent." Continue
20 March 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Newroz Telecom is building a high-speed broadband ADSL network in Erbil and Dohuk and laying more than 1,500 kilometers of fiber-optic cable, according to the Newroz Telecom website. Continue
08 February 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Imagine it is 2005 and the Internet penetration rate of Kurdistan (KRG) is near to zero, the only telecom was the government monopoly entity with aging exchanges and no fiber optics. Continue