Stressing that advancement in technological innovation alone cannot solve the issue of inequity in the world, Ken Hu, Huawei's deputy chairman, underscores the importance of empowering individuals and communities in bridging the digital divide.

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In the framework of the discussion on ‘designing next-generation service providers’ network,’ the panelists discussed the alignment between technology and the business opportunity in bringing the services closer to the edge of the network and thereby bringing about new customer experiences that were not available in the previous generation of networks.

Read more: Infoblox Summit: Positive user experience in 5G edge and cloud computing

Innovation is an important topic to discuss since it is really what’s driving 5G deployment. At the Infoblox SP virtual summit organized by Telecom Review, Ooredoo Qatar represented by its CTIO, Günther Ottendorfer, talked about the key technology areas that the company is engaging in, to accelerate that growth and that innovation.

Read more: Innovation and growth to bring 5G services closer to customers

In the framework of the discussion on ‘designing next-generation service providers’ network,’ the panelists felt that a lot had been talked about security for the networks and channeled their focus on issues related to protecting consumers and mobile users from attacks and ransomware on 4G as well as 5G.

Read more: Infoblox Summit: DNS as first line of defense against malicious attacks

Security is becoming a new B2B and B2C business model that SPs are driving towards. Yasser Najeeb Alswailem, Cyber Security VP, stc, detailed more the top security services that are in demand today and what are stc’s top priorities in terms of deploying these services in a panel of Infoblox dedicated to designing next-generation service providers’ network.

Read more: Tackling cyber security at Infoblox SP Virtual Summit

In the framework of the discussion on ‘designing next-generation service providers’ network,’ the panelists touched upon the emergence of 6G technology and looked at ways of monetizing 5G with investment in IoT technology before new technologies would take over.

Read more: Infoblox Summit: Value addition key to monetizing 5G

Infoblox has launched its Infoblox SP Virtual Summit organized by Telecom Review, featuring insightful keynotes and a panel of C-level telecom operators and industry leaders discussing the thoughts and consideration for designing next-generation service providers’ network. The panel outlined many topics, among which were, emerging trends affecting service providers (5G, convergence, DoT/DoH, software-defined), moving from site based to capacity-based sizing, DNS cache acceleration for the lowest latency DNS responses, DNS security, and subscription pricing, and meeting the challenge of generating revenue under 5G era.

Read more: Lessons, challenges, and economic value of 5G

In the framework of the discussion on ‘designing next-generation service providers’ network,’ the panelists sought to address what future service providers needed to focus on when it came to rewiring their skillsets given the shift from telco to IT and how they can invest in their re-learning.

Read more: Infoblox Summit: Areas of focus for future service providers

What could come as a big relief to Chinese tech companies banned in the US, newly elected President Joe Biden has temporarily halted legal action against Chinese social media apps TikTok and WeChat, which could have been banned in the United States.

Read more: US President Joe Biden temporarily lifts ban on TikTok and WeChat

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