Telephony Communication Technologies has embarked on its metaverse journey, as it leverages Web 3.0 technologies to bring merchants even closer to In conjunction with Elon Musk’s birthday on June 28, the Dubai-based supplier of communication services and solutions, which refers to itself as “the biggest ambassador of decentralised technology.” announced the soft launch of TCTx.
According to a press release, a formal launch event will then take place on July 15 to coincide with Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s birthday, which is also being celebrated on that day.
TCTx hopes to build its own sustainable smart city that, on paper, would offer everything a commercial firm may want to function successfully in a virtual environment after receiving early permission from the UAE government’s Dubai Digital.
To develop a portfolio of services for its future smart city, encompassing homes, workplaces, restaurants, supermarkets, hospitals, retail outlets, theaters, and event spaces, the firm has partnered with a number of Web 3.0-focused people and companies.
“We’re excited to start our journey and bring our Telephony business to a new level in the metaverse,” comments Chief of avatars at TCTx, Shefiq Abdulla. “We want to contribute to building Dubai as the most significant digital economy in the world. We want Dubai and UAE to be the Silicon Valley of MENA,” he added.
TCTx, one of the first metaverse businesses to come out of Dubai, aims to build a digital twin of the earth and a sustainable socio-economic digital framework for communities to enable a safe transition to Web 3.0 and the Metaverse.
The potential that TCTx is trying to seize is that Web 3.0 technologies are still mostly uncharted ground for even the majority of IT enterprises in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The parent firm was one of the first in MENA to adopt Web 3.0 technologies, providing managed services, blockchain, and fintech solutions to help its clientele increase productivity and grow.