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PCCW Global, a leading telecommunications service provider, has launched a globally-connected Embedded-SIM (eSIM) service that is immediately ready for Internet of Things (IoT) deployment globally, providing ground-breaking device connectivity that is expected to revolutionise the automobile, logistics, and connected equipment manufacturing industries.
Etisalat's award-winning deals and rewards programme Smiles has partnered with Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives (MBRGI) to support the global ‘100 Million Meals’ humanitarian campaign during Ramadan.
In a bid to harness the potential of new satellite technologies to increase broadband speed in remote areas up to 100 Mbps, the international satellite industry came together in a webinar on "Fostering New Generation of Satellite Technologies in Saudi Arabia", organized by the Saudi telecom regulator the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC).
Registration is now open for Telecom Review’s upcoming virtual panel entitled ‘Network automation & SD-WAN in the era of virtualization’. On April 27th, industry leaders will join the panel discussion at 4 pm Dubai time to share their insights.
The vast majority of the world’s data has been created within the digital era, and the growth of data becomes unstable — showing no sign of slowing down. Believe it or not, IDC forecasts that the world’s overall data will grow to 175 zettabytes in 2025.
With evolving technologies, new trends have emerged, shaping the mobile communications industry. Nokia has been a leader in that space with new technologies uplifting the overall ICT industry. In order to discuss Nokia’s mobile networks business and activities, Telecom Review spoke to Tommi Uitto, President of Mobile Networks, Nokia; and Bernard Najm, SVP, Mobile Networks, Nokia Middle East and Africa.
MEA economies can unlock new value and growth, but it requires local industries and enterprises to be hyper-productive, adaptively scalable, and ultra-resilient in the face of unforeseen disruptions.
ICT services have become a need in our daily life. Companies are always trying to offer cutting-edge solutions and software to improve the quality of service and guarantee a good customer experience. In order to know more about the latest solutions and software offered, Telecom Review spoke to Professor Charbel Fares, CEO, SpiceTech s.a.r.l. who explained more about the company’s latest CRM solutions.