With many academic models reexamined during 2020, Huawei has previewed a series of digital transformation solutions to support continuous learning and quality education in the Middle East over the coming years. The company’s expanded Smart Education portfolio was unveiled in the Middle East during GITEX Technology Week and has been demonstrated to government and non-governmental organizations throughout the exhibition.

Read more: Huawei showcases revolutionary tech for ME education sector

On his first results day since taking the reins of the Finnish networks giant in August, Pekka Lundmark, CEO and president of Nokia promised to do “whatever it takes” to become the 5G market leader and announced a move to a more focused approach as the company vies for 5G market share against competitors Ericsson and Huawei.

Read more: Nokia demonstrates progress in Q3 financial report

During this year’s GITEX Technology Week 2020, Huawei has announced that it will be collaborating with partners from around the world to showcase how public and private enterprises in the Middle East can create greater value through synergy across five tech domains.

Read more: Huawei focuses on creating new value at GITEX 2020

At the Huawei Cloud Summit Middle East 2020 held online today, Huawei executives shed light on the company’s CLOUD strategy, the value of data released in the digital economy, and its role in contributing to the region’s ongoing digitization efforts. The virtual summit was attended by customers, partners, industry experts, and thought leaders from across the Middle East region.

Read more: Huawei Cloud set to invest $14.5m within next three years

Huawei announced its business results for the first three quarters of 2020. During this period, Huawei generated CNY671.3 billion in revenue, an increase of 9.9% over the same period last year. The company's net profit margin in this period was 8.0%. Throughout the first three quarters of 2020, Huawei's business results basically met expectations.

Read more: Huawei publishes Q3 business results

Nokia has announced that its IP routing technology has been selected for Informatics and Telecommunications Public Company (ITPC) – one of the companies of Iraq’s Ministry of Communication (MoC) – to serve as the main backbone of the country's internet infrastructure.

Read more: Nokia to provide internet gateway for ITPC network in Iraq

Cyberattacks on internet-connected devices continue to rise at an alarming rate due to poor security protections and cybercriminals use of automated tools to exploit these vulnerabilities, according to the latest Nokia Threat Intelligence Report.

Read more: Nokia Threat Intelligence Report warns of IoT cybersecurity risks

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