SAP SE plans to deliver SAP Cloud Platform SDK for iOS on March 30, giving developers the tools needed to build powerful enterprise apps for iPhone and iPad. Developers can now register for the SAP Academy for iOS to get the necessary training to create their own native apps. Additionally, early adopter customers have already seen improvements in their business with iOS built on SAP's platforms. These announcements were made at Mobile World Congress being held February 27-2 March in Barcelona, Spain.

Read more: SAP Simplifies Work and Empowers the Mobile Workforce

Nokia has developed a solution that will allow operators to rapidly address the huge demands of connected people and industries. Nokia 5G FIRST comprises its radio access network (RAN) including Nokia AirScale massive MIMO Adaptive Antennas, packet core and mobile transport solutions as well as a full service offer using Intel architecture and the Intel 5G modem for initial deployments starting in 2017.

Read more: Nokia heralds 5G era with commercial end-to-end 5G FIRST #MWC17

Huawei held a pre-MWC 2017 briefing in London, during which Huawei Carrier BG President Zou Zhilei noted that a Better Connected World is fast approaching. He emphasized that Huawei is committed to becoming a partner of operators and an enabler for their digital transformation and business success so as to jointly achieve value-driven growth.

Read more: Huawei's pre-MWC 2017 briefing for open discussion of ROADS to new growth

As a leading provider of Next Generation Assurance, Automation and Analytics solutions to the largest operators in the world, MYCOM OSI is shaping the future of OSS and Network Management in the era of Cloud and IoT. In an interview with Telecom Review, Mounir Ladki, co-founder, President and CTO of MYCOM OSI, talked about this issue in a broader aspect, showing us his expertise in mobile telecoms, IT, OSS and software development.

Read more: MYCOM OSI: Shaping the future of OSS sector

Nokia showcased the use of drones to facilitate efficient rescue operations for first responders at the third consecutive UAE Drones for Good showcase held in Dubai Feb. 17-18 in Dubai Internet City. The Finnish vendor's low weight communication equipment capable of being carried via drones won the international category prize, honored by Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince. Nokia project manager Colin Graf von Hardenberg spoke to Telecom Review about the Nokia Saving Lives initiative.

Read more: Nokia’s rescue operation tech wins at UAE Drones for Good showcase

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