Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority to Showcase Dubai Digital Park at Cairo ICT

Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park, has announced its participation in the 23rd edition of Cairo ICT 2019 from December 1 to 4 at Egypt International Exhibition Center (EIEC) in New Cairo, Egypt.

At the event, DSOA will showcase its state-of-the-art facilities and promote the benefits it offers to investors and entrepreneurs seeking to set up base in Dubai or expand in the region. In addition, the DSOA delegation will attend several meetings with ministers, government officials and senior executives of local and global companies.

DSOA will also introduce visitors to its latest development in DSO – Dubai Digital Park (DDP), the first integrated smart city in Dubai that seeks to set a new global benchmark for smart technology solutions and supports the objectives of the UAE Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution that aims to enhance the UAE’s position as a global hub for piloting cutting-edge technologies and contribute to developing a competitive national economy based on knowledge, innovation and future solutions.

Constructed by DSOA with an investment exceeding AED1.5 billion, Dubai Digital Park will feature a comprehensive range of 60 smart services, worth more than AED100 million, which will be offered through a unified and secure platform that effectively integrates the operational requirements of enterprises with the needs of employees, residents and visitors.

Sherif Kamel, Executive Vice President – Commercial at DSOA, said “To keep pace with the rapid advancements in the technology sector, enterprises of all sizes need to focus on resilience, diversity, continuous innovation and sustainable growth. As an integrated technology free zone, DSO is perfectly positioned to help them achieve these priorities.”

He added “Prestigious international events such as Cairo ICT provide us with an ideal platform to network with technology companies from around the globe that are keen to establish offices and laboratories in Dubai to leverage the promising opportunities in digital economy in the region.”

Since its inception in 1996, Cairo ICT has evolved into a premier technology event. More than 500 local and international companies as well as hundreds of startups and entrepreneurs have confirmed their participation in this year’s exhibition.