Over 120 companies in Cairo’s smart valley are impacted by the closure of the
Internet by the Egyptian government.

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block Internet access prompted Microsoft to respond. Microsoft said it “is
constantly assessing the impact of the unrest and Internet connection issues on
our properties and services. What limited service the company as a whole
provides to and through the region, mainly call-center service, has been largely
distributed to other locations.”

Another tech firm with a presence in Smart Villages is Hewlett-Packard, which
has asked it employees to stay at home.  A partial list of
other impacted compaines includes: 3
Developers, Abu-Ghazaleh Intellectual Property – AGIP, Advanced Applications
Technologies, Advanced Computer Technology, Advanced Project System Company,
Advice consultancy, Al Montada, Alcatel-Lucent, Amwal Al Arabia, Arab Bank,
Arpuplus, Auraporta Middle East, AuraPortal Middle East, Bank of Alexandria –
Intesa San Paolo Bank, Banque Misr, Basharsoft, Beltone Financial Holding ,
Biblioteca Alexandrina, Cairo Software Services, Carlyle, Center for
Documentation of Cultural & Natural Heritage – CULTNAT, Chamber of
Information Technology, CI Capital Holding, Citadel Capital, Commercial
International Bank – CIB, Commerze Bank, Comptel, Compume, Consumer Protection
Agency, Convergys, Corplease, Damlag, Data Charging and Policy Services,
Datanil, Delta Group, Delta Rasmala Securities, E-Learning Competence Center,
E-Marketing, EastNets-Egypt, Economic Research Forum, EFAD Real Estate, EFG
Hermes Holding SAE, Egypt Post, Egypt Stock Exchange, Egyptian Company for
Electronic Systems Development-NPC, Egyptian Competition Authority, Egyptian
Financial Supervisory Authority-EFSA, Egyptian Supervisory Authority –EFSA,
Eitesal, El Borg for development and real estate investment, Engineering
Consultants Group- ECG, Ericsson, ESLSCA (Ecole Superieure Libre des Sciences
Commerciales Appliquees), Etisalat, Expert Investement, Federation of Egyptian
Chamber of Commerce – IT Division, Finlink, First Capital LLC, Future Group,
Global Development Network, Good Life Insurance Consultation, HC Securities, HP,
Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation – HSBC Egypt, Huawei, IBM, Icann,
Information Technology Export Community-ITEC, Information Technology Industry
Development Agency – ITIDA, Inotek, Intel, IT Synergy, Kern Egypt, Link
Investment & Real Estate Development, Mahindra Satyam, Mahindra Satyam, MGM
Financial & Banking Consultants Co, Microsoft Egypt, Millenmed, Ministry of
Communications and Information Technology-MCIT, Mobinil, Naeem Holding, National
Bank of Egypt, National Investment Bank, National Telecom Institute, National
Telecommunication Regulatory Authority – NTRA, Nile University, Nile Ventures,
Nokia Siemens Networks, Online Modern Solutions, Ontrack, Optumatics, Oracle,
Ossama Badawy, Palm Hills Developments, Piraeus Bank, Prime Group , Purple
Digital House, RAC, Salec, Samatel, Sarie-Eldin & Partners, Smart Village
Real Estate Investment Company – SVREICO, Social Fund for Development, Software
Engineering Competence Center – SECC, Surv fund, Synergy Consulting, Systel,
Tadawol, Tagipedia, Tarek Nour Communications – TNC, TE Data, TEA Computers
S.A.E., Technological Incubation Program, Technology Development Fund – TDF,
Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center-TIEC, Technopark, TecPlus,
TekTrust, Tele Med International, Telecom Egypt, The American University in
Cairo, The Egyptian Exchange, The Egyptian Insurance Supervisory Authority, The
Information Technology Institute, Tribal Fusion Co., Valeo, Vodafone, Wipro,
Wunderman, Xceed ,  and ZTE.

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