For scalability, innovation, security, and flexibility, telecom companies are transforming their IT and architectural capabilities. This is a must as the demand for faster, better, and more efficient services and operations is higher than before.
Reports and Coverage
NetEvents’ webinar titled ‘Market Opportunities for 5G, IoT and Edge Compute’ started off with Jeremiah Caron, global head of research & analysis – Technology Group, GlobalData sharing new research and market outlook data and exploring the current state of affairs of the industry.
The sixth annual SDG impact report from the GSMA shows that the mobile industry increased its contribution to all 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2020 by 50%.
The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) published the spectrum plan for FIFA Arab Cup 2021 (FAC 2021), which will be held in Qatar from November 30 - December 18. To ensure the optimal use of radio spectrum during the period of the event, the CRA developed a plan to inform stakeholders regarding the use of radio spectrum during FAC 2021 and all its related procedures.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has chosen two Emirati women as ambassadors for the Women in Cyber Mentorship Programme, an initiative targeting to overcome the barriers that prevent women's broader integration in the field of cybersecurity.
The Telecom Review webinar, powered by SES, and titled ‘Revolutionizing connectivity through innovation’ explored the various options and shared insights on improving connectivity, especially during the 5G era.
The Internet of Things (IoT) technology is revolutionizing the way we live, work and think. The hyper-connectivity of devices extending to everyday things has made possible many modern offerings such as connected cars, smart homes, intelligent healthcare and many others. IoT integration and internet penetration, especially with the deployment of 5G in the GCC region, have been successful in supporting new types of service delivery across sectors ranging from manufacturing, logistics and transportation to energy, etc. Moreover, this boom in IoT adoption in the region can find a logical explanation in some interesting stats. In the GCC, approximately 60% are young populations under 30 years among which 64% owning smartphones.
In a segment of its latest virtual panel on September 13, powered by SES and entitled “Revolutionizing connectivity through innovation”, Telecom Review drove the speakers to think about the future.
umlaut has joined the GSM Association (GSMA), an association representing the interests of mobile operators worldwide. GSMA offers access to the very latest industry intelligence and information, up-to-date market data from all over the world, and a unique array of tools and knowledge bases covering all aspects of mobile communications.
In the framework of Telecom Review’s virtual panel entitled ‘Revolutionizing connectivity through innovation’ which was held on September 13, digital inclusion was tackled in depth by the panelists. The panel’s moderator, Andrea Faggiano, partner, telecom, information, media & electronics practice lead, Arthur D. Little Middle East asked the speakers about how digital inclusion is being addressed nowadays.