The Organisation of the Islamic Cooperation – Computer Emergency Response Team (OIC-CERT) has launched a 5G security working group during GISEC 2021 to ensure end-to-end cybersecurity for OIC member states.
Ericsson released an update following the 5G equipment testing invitation it received from China’s four major telecom operators. The Stockholm-based company is currently in the process of issuing a half a billion euro unsecured 8-year bond under its euro medium-term note (EMTN) program.
Global tech giant Huawei has launched its first-ever one-stop shop for startups and developers in the region. Through this initiative, Huawei aims to empower innovative entrepreneurs in the region by accessing advanced capabilities and enabling technologies.
Huawei and its key partners in Saudi Arabia focused and discussed the importance of partnerships and open collaborations in creating a win-win situation for all parties during its virtual Saudi Core Partner Convention 2021.
Four previous Ericsson employees were accused of paying off authorities in Djibouti during a legal case in Sweden, as the drop out from the vendor’s historical corruption scandal continued.
Cisco reported third quarter results for the period ended May 1, 2021 with revenue of $12.8 billion, net income on a generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) basis of $2.9 billion or $0.68 per share, and non-GAAP net income of $3.5 billion or $0.83 per share.
Nokia’s AVA AI use case library is now delivered as a service on Microsoft Azure’s public cloud, combining telco grade security and instant web scale architecture scalability.
The world has transitioned to a more distributed workforce, and with recent global happenings, hybrid work culture seems to be the new way forward. Users now expect to connect from anywhere and on any device.
Chinese tech giant Huawei said it would launch a long-awaited new operating system for smartphones next week, part of an all-out push into the software industry aimed at weathering US sanctions and taking on Google's Android.
Nokia announced that it has been selected by Net4Mobility, the joint venture between Swedish mobile operators, Tele2 and Telenor, to roll out commercial 5G services across significant areas of Sweden in a five-year deal. Nokia will supply equipment from its comprehensive AirScale portfolio helping Net4Mobility to deliver game-changing ultra-high-speed, low-latency, and highly secure 5G connectivity to its subscribers. The move will also enable a range of new use cases across Industry 4.0, entertainment, cloud gaming, transportation, education, and healthcare. Nokia will replace the incumbent vendor with deployment already underway.