NEOM’s satellite company has joined a global multilateral body as it looks to play a part in accelerating the inclusive growth of the digital economy in the region. OneWeb NEOM – a joint venture with the low earth orbit satellite connectivity company OneWeb – has been included as an Observer Member of the Digital Cooperation Organization, which includes 13 member states representing a population of over 600 million.
OneWeb's membership in the DCO will allow it to learn about and share insights into the initiatives the global body is launching throughout its member nations, including Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan, Morocco, and Pakistan, the company said in a press release.
This newest MENA achievement for OneWeb demonstrates the region's rising need for connectivity, as well as its vision and skills to promote digital transformation via a robust partnership with local infrastructure and service providers.
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