IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Etisalat has announced that it has made 5G network available in the world’s tallest tower which is present in Dubai, Burj Khalifa.
du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) has developed a white paper in conjunction with Nokia to highlight the need for cloud-based future network architecture for new 5G and IOT use cases.
Airbus, a leading provider of secure communication and collaboration solutions, provides mission critical communications technology to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, for this year’s Hajj pilgrimage.
Huawei launched recently its Global Industry Vision (GIV) report, continuing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025.
CommScope has played a key role in shaping the digital future here in the region through positioning itself at the forefront of smart infrastructure through the products and services that it offers which have made communication easier, faster and more efficient. Its mission is to build stronger connections and shape the future of communication through optimizing bandwidth.
The Middle East has an increasingly diverse tech ecosystem, with many players at the forefront of innovation and transformation while others are still trying to keep up. It is indeed a dynamic market and Nokia has been working with various countries in the Middle East to deploy 5G technology. Telecom Review managed to secure an interview with Nokia’s Bernard Najm, head of the Middle East Market Unit, to discuss the latest developments within the region regarding 5G deployments, how to better understand the region’s needs and finding ways to address these needs.
EITC (du) has differentiated itself in the telecoms industry in the MENA region through its customer centric approach which is at the bottom line of everything they do. du’s mission is to make customers’ lives easier.