IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Nokia has been selected by Ooredoo Group to bring multiple technologies and services, including 5G, as part of a multi-country, five-year deal. The deal, which builds on Nokia’s global partnership with Ooredoo, is already underway and is expected to be completed by 2026.
In the presence of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed Bin Khalid Al-Abdullah Al-Faisal, chairman of the board of directors of stc Group, the minister of communications and information technology, His Excellency Eng. Abdullah Bin Amer Al-Sawaha, visited the stc stall during the @Hack event.
Etisalat has made global strides in 5G by setting a benchmark right from the launch of the network to the services with its infrastructure ready to support all 5G devices and future solutions backed by the continuous investments in technology and innovation on the network enabling superior 5G connectivity.
With the company’s growth, F5’s product development center is expanding its operations in Hyderabad with a new floor in The Skyview building that will seat an additional 450 employees, bringing the total seating capacity to over 900. To support the growth of the company, the F5 product development center will be led by Rohit Arya who comes in with over 30 years of experience in the industry.
Ericsson launched its Network Data Analytics Function (NWDAF) solution based on smarter data-driven networks that learn and improve. The solution enables service providers to improve customer experience by using the data generated by the network to flag and fix problems.
Climate change is one of the few global issues that cannot be addressed singlehandedly. More and more commitments are being made within the telecom and technology industry, putting it at the forefront of the fight against global warming.
Technological developments offer vast opportunities for telecommunications and technology companies to improve their performance and compete on a global scale. The greatest responsibility lies within service providers, whose role has become essential to secure a special experience for clients.
As more industries across the Middle East embrace digital transformation, a focus on collaborative development will be pivotal to extending the gains achieved to date, according to Huawei’s top executive in the region. Steven Yi, the recently appointed president of Huawei Middle East, spoke with Telecom Review on how many governments and enterprises in the Middle East today have benefited greatly from being at the forefront of emerging technologies—be it 5G commercial deployments, adopting cloud capabilities, designing intelligent city infrastructure, and more.