The telecommunications industry has rapidly evolved creating a whole new ecosystem fostering new trends and technologies that are at the core of what we call "digital transformation". In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Osman Sultan, Chief Executive Officer, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC) highlighted how the company has maintained a leading position in the market thanks to the approach it has adopted in terms of digital transformation.
Egypt's largest incumbent operator Telecom Egypt has been heavily investing in its network to deliver high internet speeds and improve customer satisfaction, said CEO Eng. Ahmed El Beheiry. In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Telecom Egypt CEO highlighted the efforts undertaken to enhance broadband services in Egypt and the operator's CSR initiatives aiming at developing the Egyptian society.
Nexign (formerly Peter-Service), a leading business support system (BSS) provider for communications service providers (CSPs), has announced plans to open the company's Middle East and Africa (MEA) headquarters in Dubai, UAE.
Eva Andren, VP and Head of Managed Services at Ericsson has claimed that AI and Machine Learning will drive operational efficiency in next-generation networks and claimed the Swedish telecommunications colossus is well-positioned to maintain its position as a global-leading vendor for operators as they continue to prepare for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Etisalat's main theme this year at GITEX Technology week is focused on 'Driving the Digital Future to Empower Societies'. This is built on our vision to provide futuristic solutions and services that will have a fundamental impact on people's lives.
The technological revolution has affected all sectors either directly or indirectly with its significant impact on all their aspects, including customer experience. The latter is one of the pillars of the telecoms industry given the fact that the final objective is always customer satisfaction. Indranil Das, Head of Digital Services, Ericsson Middle East and Africa spoke to Telecom Review about the new era of customer experience.
Global vice-president of Infinet Wireless, Kamal Mokrani, has said that the introduction of its new generation of products will ensure it meets the ever-evolving demands of its customers in relation to emerging technologies such as 5G and internet of things.
NXN, under the dynamic leadership and vision of its CEO Ghazi Atallah, has established itself as a pioneer in helping enterprises both in the public and private sector to achieve their digital transformation goals.
Jay Srage established himself as one of the most prominent leaders and visionaries in the ICT industry in the Middle East during his highly successful tenure as president of Qualcomm in Eastern Europe and the MEA region.
Creating accessible technology for everyone is Ja-Square's mission, according to the company's CEO, Saad Al Jamal. The France-based company entered the Lebanese market five years ago and has been able to revolutionize the technology sector with its cutting-edge solutions.