Carrying information wirelessly is a task being done tirelessly in this modern era. With services ranging from television, mobile, broadcasting, satellite, and other communication systems, the demand for adequate radio spectrum allocation is needed.
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Regulating the spectrum is vital to the mobility and connectivity surging within today’s data-heavy and tech-savvy generation. Allocation of spectrum through licenses guarantees flexibility to regulators to secure the best usage of the spectrum in society, and enables operators to offer innovative services with predictable quality service.
5G connectivity promises a greater user experience with its high bandwidth combined with massive MIMO technology to provide users with Gbps data rates. However, in large open areas such as sports stadiums, convention centers and railway stations with a high user density, such Gbps experience can suffer owing to interference in radio signals. A ubiquitous and consistent service for such areas can have many takers and open up investments opportunities for improved network infrastructure and coverage given the digitalising of critical sectors.
The modern IT network infrastructure model is witnessing rapid changes. With the deployment of 5G network architecture gaining momentum, business organizations cannot afford to overlook the importance of customer experience, increased adoption of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) and migration to cloud from their IT service management (ITSM) strategy.
Salam, the new brand of Integrated Telecom, announced that it is now fully compliant with the Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS).
Oman Vision 2040’s digital transformation is expected to boost the Sultanate’s ICT market to RO2.2 billion ($5.6 billion) by 2024.
Research conducted by Ciena explores how sustainability, connected industries, and always-on connectivity drive the digital landscape in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The internet has come a long way since the 80s when the ARPANET and the Defense Data Network were officially converted to Transfer Control Protocol/Internetwork Protocol (TCP/IP) standard that allowed people to use computers on different networks to connect.
Saudi Arabia has been recognized as the fifth-generation (G5) regulator by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the United Nations body responsible for activities related to information and communication technologies (ICT).
Over the last 2 decades, the internet has become an integral part of our lives and it is hard to imagine life without it. However, out of the 7.8 billion world population, 46% remain off the grid. At a time when the advancement of digitalization is opening business opportunities and enhancing communication, making internet connectivity available in hard-to-reach locations warrants a wholehearted approach by both public and private organizations of every nation.