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Huawei’s OpenLab Dubai officially starts operation

Huawei, a leading global ICT solutions provider, today announced the launch of its OpenLab Dubai, its first to serve customers and partners in the Middle East, and an important part of Huawei's Global OpenLab program. Huawei plans to add seven new OpenLabs across the world in 2017, and in the next three years will invest US$ 200 million and nearly 1,000 people globally, bringing the total number of OpenLabs to 20 by the year 2019. OpenLab Dubai is committed to providing innovative solutions for IoT, cloud computing, large data, intelligent analysis, eLTE, converged communications and other new technologies to build public safety, smart city, oil and gas solutions, and has attracted YITU, Zenith, Walkbase, 7G , IOmniscient, Nedap, Richfit and more than 20 other partners.

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GROHE wins five Red Dot Awards 2017

GROHE receives five of the most sought-after design awards for its Blue Home water system, shower toilet Sensia Arena, bathroom faucet Lineare and kitchen faucet lines Concetto Professional and Essence Professional.

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Nahdi visits Prince Ahmed Diabetes Awareness School

As part of its commitment to spread hope among all segments of Saudi society, the health care providers at Nahdi Company visited the Prince Ahmed School in Jeddah to raise awareness about diabetes and how to deal with various cases of diabetes. The visit included awareness lectures for the students and the presentation of educational leaflets about diabetes and how to prevent it as well as the method of dealing with diabetics. The visit found a positive interaction by the students who participated in asking questions which enriched the visit and achieved the desired goal.

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KSA cities attracts more regional travelers in 2016

Increased investment in KSA’s tourism sector seem to have improved favorability of the country to regional travelers, as reported in the latest Hotel Price Index™ (HPI™) from Hotels.com™. First launched in 2004, the annual Hotel Price Index™ provides hoteliers, financial analysts, investors and tourism bodies a measure of traveler appetite and the impact of socio-political changes on prices on major destinations across the world.

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Its Growing at a cumulative rate of 17% per year, and the global market is expected to reach $188 billion by 2020, It's the robot era

Today, robots became a familiar phenomenon in many parts of the world, where they can be seen in warehouses, hospitals, retail stores, industrial parks and universities in a number of cities in the Western countries, as well as China, Japan and Korea. With these success stories, the expansion of the manufacturing of robots had began and so did the reliance on the artificial intelligence, which means that there will be a quantum leap in investment in the field of robots. These development of the robotics technology, will shape the next industrial revolution.

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Experiential luxury travel: InterContinental Hotels and Resorts announces new offering at Arabian Travel Market 2017

In line with the Arabian Travel Market’s 2017 theme of experiential travel, InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts announced today its latest offering of memorable, sophisticated authentic luxury travel experiences for its guests. ‘Curated Experiences by InterContinental’ will be introduced across select InterContinental Hotels and Resorts in the Middle East and Africa region to meet the increasing demand of tourists looking for authentic and immersive travel experiences.