Ericsson and Bombardier, a Canadian multinational aerospace and transportation company, have completed trials of LTE networks for railway solutions at simulated speeds of up to 200 kilometers per hour. A total of 11 tests were conducted in a laboratory to determine the ability of the LTE networks to support communications-based train control (CBTC) and multiservice solutions. Examples of multiservice solutions are closed-circuit television (CCTV), voice, platform information, advertising and Wi-Fi for passengers.

Read more: Ericsson and Bombardier complete LTE network trials for railway solutions

As part of the recent structural changes to strengthen strategy execution to drive growth and profitability, Ericsson in Region Middle East announced new appointments to its Leadership Team, bringing Network and Technology leaders to serve its customers in the region.

Read more: Ericsson region Middle East appoints network and technology Leaders to its leadership team

Middle East and Africa is a promising region despite the macro-economic challenges that the region is witnessing. Combined with increasing availability of low cost smartphones and demand for mobile broadband services, we see a fast shift from voice to data. The evolving ICT industry comes with new use cases, new value chains and new ways for operators to capitalize on their network capabilities, which all provide opportunities for revenues from outside their traditional customer base. Through years of experience in operating large networks around the world, we support our customers to improve their share in the ICT value chain.

Read more: The Power and Challenges of Change , By Rafiah Ibrahim, President of Ericsson Region Middle East &...

Emerging digital disruptors like Netflix and Amazon offer customers a hassle free online experience; one that is often intuitive and ubiquitous. While telecom operators have generally scored favorably when it comes to measuring customer satisfaction, new data suggests that the tides are turning as more consumers grow to expect what is known as the "one-click" customer experience-that is, the ideal of a frictionless customer journey in which buying online is simple and easy.

Read more: From Network to Consumer: The One-Click Ideal By Teemu Salmi, Head of IT and Cloud, Ericsson,...

Nokia IP/Optical Networks promote Nokia's global leadership in IP and optical networking; providing networks that are scalable, flexible, fast and made for service providers in the cloud era. Telecom Review spoke to Zouheir Naciri, Head of Regional Business Center (RBC), ION, MEA, Nokia, who discussed his role with us, as well as Nokia's strategy in the cloud era, the benefits of Nokia's acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent and how Nokia is assisting with the challenges operators are facing in IP/Optical Networks.

Read more: Unraveling Nokia's IP/Optical Networks portfolio

Four new vulnerability exploits were discovered recently on over 900 million Android smartphones, with Qualcomm chipsets found to be the root cause of the issue, according to research by Check Point, a firm dedicated to providing people with protection against digital threats. Qualcomm was notified by the researchers about the issue earlier this year, and responded by making patches available for all four vulnerabilities to customers, partners, and the open source community between April and July.

Read more: How Qualcomm responded to vulnerabilities affecting a specific chipset exposed by Check Point

Qualcomm announced their earnings for the quarter, which were headlined by revenues of $6 billion for the quarter. Their operating income was $1.6 billion, Net Income of $1.4 billion, diluted earnings per share of $0.97 and operating cash flow of $1.8 billion for the quarter. All of these are increases from the previous quarter and previous year.

Read more: Qualcomm reports $6B in revenue for Q3 fiscal year 2016

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