F(x)tec is a London based smartphone manufacturer which initiated in 2018. Its mission is to bring back technologies and features that we love into modern smartphones. F(x)tec released the Pro 1, designed to allow the user to choose between a virtual keyboard or a physical keyboard, among many other features. Telecom Review had the chance of meeting Adrian Li Mow Ching, CEO and co-founder of F(x)tec, at GITEX technology week in Dubai.
Through its presence at GITEX Technology Week 2019, Tally Solutions was able to showcase its innovative products and solutions that cater to the needs of SMEs. In an interview with Telecom Review, Vikas Panchal, Business Head at Tally Solutions in the Middle East explained more about the company’s presence in the world and in the Middle East in particular and highlighted how the company helps SMEs achieve growth.
Brighter is a health-tech company from Sweden, founded in 2007, with a vision to improve quality of life and reduce the complications of chronic diseases. Brighter developed ‘Actiste’, the world’s first unified diabetes care device with a mobile-connected service for monitoring and treating insulin-dependent diabetes. It is a pocket-sized device that combines the necessary functions for daily diabetes care and shares the data with healthcare providers. At GITEX technology week, Ericsson showcased Actiste as an example of how IoT solutions are being used in healthcare. Telecom Review secured an interview with Petra Kaur, Chief Commercial and Marketing Officer of Brighter, to find out more about how this will contribute to science and help to reduce the burden on healthcare systems around the world.
Founded in 2004, A10 Networks is driving innovation with a range of high-performance application networking solutions that help organizations ensure that their data center applications and networks remain highly available, accelerated and secure.
GITEX Technology Week 2019 provided the perfect opportunity to meet leading companies in the fields of technology and telecommunications and get to know more about their latest solutions and products. Eaton was one of the companies we met to discuss the company’s main areas of focus. Ashraf Yehia, managing director, Eaton Middle East, told Telecom Review that customers are at the heart of everything they do at Eaton and they always strive to meet their expectations.
The best LTE networks are the foundation of the best 5G performance in non-standalone (NSA) 5G architecture, according to Aji Ed, CTO Middle East and Africa, Nokia. In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review during GITEX Technology Week 2019, Nokia’s CTO outlined the importance of strong 4G network for great 5G performance.
CommScope is a global leader in providing wired and wireless solutions and innovations to the telecommunications industry. CommScope and the recently acquired ARRIS and Ruckus Networks are shaping the communications networks of the future. The combined company will provide greater technology and solutions with broader access to new and growing markets. During GITEX Technology Week, Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with Femi Oshiga, vice president of service providers in the Middle East & Africa.
On the sidelines of GITEX Technology Week 2019, Telecom Review sat with Ayman Al Shaikh, Manager of solutions architect MENA, Red Hat who explained how Linux 8 and OpenShift 4 function and why they are considered as two of the most important solutions today.
EVOTEQ is a renowned digital transformation catalyst that provides unique solutions to both the public and private sectors to make their transformation journeys easier. The company’s presence at GITEX comprised of a series of launches and some state-of-the-art technologies.
Attacks in the cyberspace in the Middle Eastern region are very much prominent and present. Bitdefender, the cybersecurity technology provider, has been at the forefront of providing organizations with robust security infrastructure to protect them against cyberattacks.