Middle Eastern countries were strategic and proactive in their quick adoption of 4G and 5G. Now the region is at the forefront of the next evolution in cutting-edge networks, 5.5G and F5.5G. These technologies will unleash unprecedented upgrades in network performance, connectivity, reliability, energy efficiency and intelligence. On the end-user side, 5.5 G's ultra-broadband capabilities and deterministic latency will empower various sectors, enhancing human-to-human, human-to-vehicle and human-to-thing interactions.
Es’hailSat’s Hamad Al-Mannai: ‘Our Priority Is to Expand Our Services to Support the Rapid Growth of Customers’
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Hamad Al-Mannai, Vice President - Commercial at Es'hailSat, discussed Qatar Satellite Company's work and highlighted the company’s strategy to expand services locally and regionally for ensuring the best customer experience. He also discussed the most significant challenges facing the region as a whole.
Oman National CERT: Enhancing Cybersecurity With People, Processes and Technology
The Oman National Computer Emergency Readiness Team (Oman National CERT), officially launched in April 2010, analyzes risks and security threats that may be present in cyberspace. In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Eng. Badar Al Salehi, Director General, Oman National CERT, sheds light on how they assist public and private institutions, ways companies can enhance their security environment and their current initiatives in developing cybersecurity infrastructure.
Virgin Mobile UAE: A Simplified Mobile Journey for Customers
The telecom industry will need to be agile and adaptable to meet the changing demands of consumers and businesses in the next five years. For Virgin Mobile UAE, that means investing in the latest technologies and services while keeping in mind customer needs. Learn more in this exclusive Telecom Review interview with Rob Beswick, managing director and CEO of Virgin Mobile United Arab Emirates.
Ericsson GCC: ‘Supporting Oman’s Diversification With Cutting-Edge Technology’
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Nicolas Blixell, Vice President and Head of Gulf Council Countries at Ericsson, shares the company’s long history in Oman and its enthusiasm to empower ICT talents in the country.
Leadership With Vision: Ooredoo Oman Expands Its Customers’ Digital Journeys
Ooredoo Oman is helping the telecom sector envision and inaugurate a fully digital society by investing in people and spearheading groundbreaking technology projects. Telecom Review had the exclusive opportunity to speak with newly appointed CEO Bassam Yousef Al Ibrahim about the telco’s continued growth, its new products and solutions, and its outlook for Oman’s digital economy, among other insights.
Omantel: Bolstering Oman’s Position as a Strategic Digital Hub for the Region
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Talal Bin Saeed Bin Marhoon Al Mamari, CEO of Omantel, shares the company’s roadmap and strategies for transforming Oman into a digital hotspot.
Nokia Forges Ahead as a B2B Technology Innovation Leader
Nokia recently unveiled its renewed brand and logo, the concept of which represents the company’s commitment to sustained long-term growth, enabled by a bold and ambitious vision for the future. In an exclusive interview with Joachim Wuilmet, head of field marketing, Nokia MEA, Telecom Review garnered details about Nokia’s brand strategy, unique position in the Middle East and Africa region, ESG initiatives and partnerships, as well as the company’s tireless preparation for where it is headed next.
The Intelsat Mission: Unprecedented Innovation in the Satcom Market
Telecom Review conducted an exclusive interview with Rhys Morgan, VP and general manager of EMEA, media and network sales, Intelsat, at CABSAT 2023. He discussed sustainability in space, mission extension, first responders and inflight connectivity, among other insightful topics.
Rethinking Charging in the 5G Era
By Ari Banerjee, Senior Vice President of Strategy, Netcracker Technology