Nokia is expanding its ViTrust portfolio of end-to-end solutions for critical communications with the introduction of a new Ultra Compact Network - the LTE network that can be deployed in places where network connectivity has been lost - and the launch of the Integrated Operations Center, a solution which aggregates data streams used by emergency services in the field.

Read more: Nokia enhances emergency service response times and situational awareness with ViTrust critical...

Sparkle, the international service arm of TIM Group and among top 10 global carriers, has been selected by Movicel Angola for its SMS network protection and revenues maximization. This solution is in addition to the existing Voice Interconnection and to the other Mobile Data Services implemented between the two Companies to improve their Customer Experience.

Read more: Sparkle SMS Booster protects Movicel Angola’s network and generates new revenues

Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies Inc., has introduced two new mobile platforms, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630, both designed to support a leap in performance, enabling advanced photography and enhanced gaming, in addition to long battery life and fast LTE speeds. The Snapdragon 660 and 630 Mobile Platforms include the Snapdragon 660 and 630 SoCs, which encompass the baseband functionalities, plus software and hardware components including RF front end, integrated Wi-Fi, power management, audio codec and speaker amplifier, all to support a comprehensive mobile solution.

Read more: Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 and 630 Mobile Platforms Drive Advanced Photography, Enhanced Gaming,...

Nokia and Zain Saudi Arabia have improved network upload speeds at Jeddah's King Abdullah Sports stadium by up to 50%, thanks to the deployment of Nokia Centralized RAN technology. The deployment will improve uplink connections and quality of experience for visitors to football matches and other events at the venue, which is also known popularly as the Al Jawhara Stadium, Jeddah's largest stadium.

Read more: Nokia and Zain Saudi Arabia use Centralized RAN technology to boost upload speed by up to 50% for...

InfiNet Wireless has announced that Connect, Lebanon's premier ISP, has selected InfiNet Wireless solutions to serve as the backbone of their new wireless network infrastructure. The upgraded platform will allow Connect to meet the high-bandwidth and zero-downtime demands of premium residential and enterprises customers across the country, while at the same time significantly reducing maintenance and service costs.

Read more: Lebanon’s leading internet service provider selects InfiNet Wireless as platform for growth

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