Microsoft Egypt

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Microsoft Egypt is a division of Microsoft which markets Microsoft products in Egypt.[1]

History

Microsoft established a branch in Egypt in 1995 as an office representative, becoming a limited liability company in 1997.[2]

CMIC

Microsoft launched the Cairo Microsoft Innovation Center in September, 2007. It is located in the Smart Village near Cairo. Its mission is to work on concept-level research problems that are relatively short to market.[3] It is headed by Tarek El-Abbadi, a long time Program Manager at the Microsoft Redmond office.[4]

References

  1. ^ Reuters (14 November 2000). "Work Like an Egyptian". Wired Magazine. 
  2. ^ http://directory.egypt.com/arabic/detail/278/%E3%C7%ED%DF%D1%E6%D3%E6%DD%CA-%E3%D5%D1.html
  3. ^ "Mission Statement of CMIC". 
  4. ^ "CMIC Team". 

External links

  • Advanced Technology Lab Cairo
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