IN THE SPOTLIGHT
On 7th June 2019, during the St Petersburg International Economic Forum, Sergey Sobyanin, the Mayor of Moscow, and Alexey Kornya, CEO of mobile network operator MTS, signed an agreement on cooperation for the purposes of developing communication services and information-telecommunication technologies in the city of Moscow.
Nokia is helping Ooredoo Algeria take the first step towards next generation networks and reinforce its technology leadership in the region with the successful deployment of North Africa’s first virtualized Mobile Gateway. This is a crucial step for the migration of core network elements to the cloud and paves the way for the transformation of the core network to support next generation mobile network technology. The deployment allows Ooredoo Algeria to meet growing data demand in the region, and provide new and innovative services like Internet of Things (IoT), in addition to enhanced broadband to its subscribers. Once deployed, Ooredoo Algeria’s subscribers will be able to enjoy high bandwidth-consuming services, delivering the best possible performance and reliability.
Effective June 10, 2019, Stella Medlicott is appointed Senior Vice President and Head of Group Function Marketing & Corporate Relations at Ericsson and a member of Ericsson’s Executive Team. Stella Medlicott held the position of Vice President, Marketing & Communications and Government & Industry Relations within Ericsson’s Market Area Europe and Latin America.
Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, has officially launched a series of ICT solutions in line with the needs of urban connectivity in the digital era.
By Azz-Eddine Mansouri, General Manager at Ciena Middle East
In an age of cloud networking, static connectivity just isn’t enough anymore. Increasingly, there is a need for networks that give us the bandwidth we need, when we need it. Enter Bandwidth on Demand (BOD), a network connectivity service that allows users to request bandwidth at desired levels when and where they need it.
Gurkan: “The needs of customers will always be put at the center of every business decision.”
Rabih Farhat, Founder and Managing Partner at Related Inc. has said that loyalty and incentive-based programs are key drivers to generate additional revenues for organizations while increasing customer engagement and satisfaction. Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with Rabih at a recent IMA summit (Incentive Marketing Association) which was held in Dubai.
MATRIXX Software is a company fuelled by innovation and is currently leading the way in the digital commerce revolution within the telecoms industry in light of the latest cloud and 5G technologies.