Minister of Communications and Information Technology Tarek Kamel of Egypt

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Tarek Mohamed Kamel is an Egyptian academic and politician.
Kamel was a network support engineer for the Academy of Scientific Research and Technology, then an assistant researcher at the Electronics Research Institute.
Tarek Kamel is intended to foster relationships between the Egyptian IT private sector and key US industry associations, government entities, and commercial entities that could potentially partner with Egyptian companies.
Egypt (ISE), the Egyptian ISOC chapter.
authorities to reduce taxes on Internet services in Egypt.
Research Institute in Cairo, Egypt.
While the ministry has been quiet about its plans under the new leadership Kamel was not able to meet Business Today Egypts request for an interview industry leaders expect the private and public sector to share in more of the same success.
After all, Kamel was known among his colleagues at MCIT as The Brain before being tapped for the ministers spot.
Printable Version  The Right FitReplacing Ahmed Nazif as minister of communication and information technology is no small task, but Tarek Kamels not sweating itTarek Kamel was the first man hired by then Minister of Communication and Information Technology Ahmed Nazif.
Kamel is first to admit that this particular program failed.
Kamel says it might not be a service that is needed by most Egyptians, but thats part of the balance MCIT has to play in meeting the needs of consumers that are separated by a financial, as well as urban and rural divide.
A long resumeKamel has always had a very strong belief in telecommunications as the sector of the future, so he has no shortage of ideas concerning the direction in which the telecoms and IT sector need to go.
Kamel says he always knew he would end up in the sciences.
Kamel expressed his appreciation to the community for in investing in call centers.
Dr Tarek Mohamed Kamel is Egypt’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology.
Dr Kamel was also a member of the Board of Telecom Egypt.
First Published: May 30, 2008Courtesy of MCITMinister Tarek Kamel receives Accomplishment Award from the American Chamber of Commerce, presented by chamber president Omar Mohanna.
Commenting on Egypt’s most anticipated second landline license, Minister Kamel said that Egyptian consumers deserve competition, which leads to better services and better prices.
yet we are required to be alert and create task forces to face emergencies,” Kamel said in his speech marking the inauguration of the International Conference on Information and Internet Security.
Email to a friendMohsen Allam/Egypt Today (2)February 2005Tarek KamelMinister of Communication and Information Technology Tarek Kamel has plans to steer the ministry into a brighter futureBy Rhab El-BakryWHEN TAREK KAMEL was first appointed minister of communication and information technology (MCIT), few industry insiders were surprised.
Since the ministrys inception five years ago, Kamel has been seen as the second most instrumental person in establishing the ministry as one of the most active and profitable sectors of the Egyptian economy.
Kamel has always believed that it was his destiny to become a scientist.
Kamel joined the team working on the development of the World Wide Web protocol.
Kamel took charge of the practical details of Nazifs vision and so he regards the shift in his role to be a big challenge.
More importantly, Kamel has assigned a special committee to explore the feasibility of setting up a 3G network in Egypt.
Kamel says that so far, the foreign direct investment (FDI) resulting from joint ventures between foreign and Egyptian companies, regardless of the size of the companies or the capacity of their business, has proven to be a very successful model for Egypt.
Born in Beirut in 1967, Tarek Kamel is currently a practising architect in Lebanon.
Kamel has also deep-rooted interests in fine arts such as drawing, photography, as well as computer digital arts.
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Kamel is a former member of the Internet Society Board of Trustees, a former ISOC Vice President of Chapters, and a co-founder of the Internet Society of Egypt (the Egyptian ISOC chapter.
Tarek Kamel is one of the Internet Society's most dedicated and talented members.
Kamel is an Associate Professor at Egypt's Electronics Research Institute (ERI.
youngest ministers in Egypt’s cabinet.
Minister Kamel said the project represents a new form of Arab-Egyptian-Indian partnership that will connect Egypt with the East and provide it with alternative telecommunications routes other than those going through Europe.
Worldwide, internet security and electronic safety are of great importance, even more important in Africa and the Middle East," Tarek Kamel said.
In statements to the local El-Messa newspaper of Monday 12/5/2008Tarek Kamel said "The Telecom Africa 2008 conference, will communicate to the international community the important message that Egypt is Africa's main centre for the outsourcing and IT business.
Kamel said the message is not only to be delivered to the African market, but also to the European and US markets that are experiencing workforce shortages and are seeking to diversify and expand their investments world-wide.
Meantime, Kamel said the African market is still bustling with promising opportunities.
Tarek Kamel is the Egyptian minister of communication in the cabinet of Dr.
Dr Tarek Kamel is a professor of communication engineering in Electronics Research Institute (ERI.
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