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Lotus Telecom engineers ‘working in the dark’ on new ‘high-speed’ broadband service



Lotus Telecom Engineering, a mobile technology company, has created an entirely new type of broadband service with a new technology called High-Speed Internet (HSI).

The company’s first high-speed Internet service will be delivered to homes in the UAE.

This new high-frequency internet service, called the Mobile Internet Protocol (MIP), is part of a range of services which the company has been developing since last year.

The MIP is intended to provide a “broadband-first approach” and is a network protocol for building high-capacity networks.

A new technology is being deployed, and it is not part of Lotus’ previous high-bandwidth services.

HSI is a high-performance networking protocol which is capable of providing speeds up to 10 Gbps.

It uses a very high-resolution transmission protocol to deliver high-bit rate connections.

This means the transmission speed is not limited to a few megabits per second.

This transmission speed will not be affected by local network congestion, which is a major problem in the Gulf region.

The new high speed service will use a “solution” to local network connectivity problems.

This solution, called High Bandwidth Internet (HBi) is designed to address local network problems and improve broadband speeds.

The HBi solution will deliver a network speed of 100 Gbps, but this is not a theoretical limit.

It is more like 100 times faster than existing high-Bandwidth Internet technologies.

This difference is because HSI has a different protocol to existing high bandwidth services, which means the actual speed will vary.

The difference between a theoretical maximum speed and actual speeds is so small that it is almost undetectable.

This is why Lotus is making a new high frequency internet service available in the GCC, and in fact they will also make the same high-rate internet service in the rest of the Gulf Region.

The company has announced that the service will arrive in the end of February and will be available to homes through a single residential connection.

Hsi is the latest high-technology solution to the regional connectivity problem.

Previously, there were no high-powered high-definition (HD) mobile broadband solutions available in GCC.

It was because of this that the only available broadband solutions were mobile phone connections.

Hsic is the new high bandwidth service which is meant to solve this problem.

The first customers will have the opportunity to test this new high quality service when it becomes available in February.

The service will include a mobile data plan that will allow users to stream HD content from HD mobile phones, while using up to 5 Gbps of bandwidth.

The cost of the mobile data plans will be around 50 per cent lower than current HD mobile broadband plans.

Hsis mobile data offers will be priced at around 40 UAE dinars per month.

The plan will be offered on a first come first served basis.

The HD Mobile Broadband (HBM) service will offer a fixed 5 Gb/s bandwidth, and users will have unlimited data plans for the duration of the service.

The HSI service will also include a fixed data plan, and Hsi plans will cost approximately 50 per c.

The high-fidelity mobile broadband service will not require users to subscribe to an existing data plan.

This feature will enable users to use the service at a lower monthly price for an unlimited period of time, with no monthly data caps.

The launch of Hsi will be accompanied by the release of the Hsid, an app that is a full HD video application.

The app will allow the user to select a specific HD content file and upload it to the Hsi service.

This will allow Hsi users to browse the HD video content that is uploaded to the service and watch it on their mobile device.

The application will also allow users the ability to browse HD video sites and browse other HD content on the mobile device, as well as access content from the internet.

Hsinh is the name of the new Hsi network.

The current mobile network is a legacy technology, and this new technology has been designed to solve the connectivity problem for the mobile Internet.

The Mobile Internet (Mobile) Project was founded by a team of high-level telecommunications engineers from Lotus Telecom and the University of Kuwait.

The team has worked with the UAE Government, the UAE Ministry of Education and Research and the UAE National Telecommunications Commission.

The project will provide a platform for the development of high quality, high-cost and fast mobile Internet services.

It will also offer an alternative to existing telecom services and solutions.

This was achieved through the collaboration of the UAE and the Gulf countries.

This project will also help the UAE achieve its ambition of reaching 100 per cent of the population by 2020, and provide the best internet connectivity for the UAE citizens.

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