Amidst the whirlwind of AI-driven transformations sweeping through various sectors, the telecom industry stands as a vanguard of innovation. In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Mikhail Gerchuk, the CEO of e& international, offered profound insight into the dynamic landscape of telecommunications, discussing the initiatives, challenges, and future prospects of this evolving field.

Read more: Navigating Telecom's AI Evolution: Insights from e& international's CEO

In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, du's CEO, Fahad Al Hassawi, elaborated on the company's commitment to fostering a more prosperous future grounded in knowledge and innovation. He discussed various aspects, including du's remarkable financial performance, ongoing commercial initiatives, digital innovation endeavors, expansion in fintech, robust workforce, sustainability objectives, and key targets set for 2024.

Read more: Embracing the Digital Age: du's Journey of Record-Breaking Success

In an exclusive interview at the Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, Spain, Tony Eid, CEO of Telecom Review Group conversed with Vikram Sinha, President Director and CEO of Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH), gathering insights into Indosat's journey towards techco status.

Read more: Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison's Techco Transformation

David Erlich, Consulting Director at Sofrecom, granted Telecom Review an exclusive interview and discussed the increasing awareness and efforts to estimate and mitigate the carbon footprint of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), with a specific focus on data centers. He highlighted the methodologies used to assess carbon footprints, the significant energy consumption by data centers, driven primarily by server growth and cryptocurrency mining, and the shift towards greener energy sources by major ICT players.

Read more: Sofrecom's Insight: ICT's Carbon Footprint and Data Center Sustainability Efforts

In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Feras Al Shaikh, KSA Region Manager, Red Hat, shared details about the company’s strategies in the Saudi Arabian market, the recent trends and developments within the Kingdom’s telecom sector, the importance of partnerships, and their culture of sustainability.

Read more: Red Hat: Addressing the 5G and AI Convergence in Saudi’s Telecom Sector

Omantel holds the distinction of being the first telecommunications company in Oman and serves as the primary provider of internet services in the country. During MWC 2024, Telecom Review had the privilege of interviewing CEO of Omantel, Talal Said Al Mamari. In this exclusive interview, Al Mamari discussed Omantel's collaborative approach to addressing the digital needs of its target market, delving into the opportunities and challenges faced by the company. Additionally, he highlighted Omantel's unwavering commitment to its customers and the broader community.

Read more: Empowering Connectivity: Omantel's Evolution in the Digital Era

During LEAP 2024, Telecom Review conducted an exclusive interview with Eng. Saad Al-Sadhan, Zain KSA’s Chief Business and Wholesale Officer. The interview focused on Zain KSA's efforts and initiatives in driving the digital transformation of business clients, their approach to tackling cyber threats, and their strategy for ongoing success and expansion in the market.

Read more: Zain KSA’s Al-Sadhan at LEAP24: Driving Digitalization Through Localized Tech, Sustainability and...

During Mobile World Congress (MWC 2024), Toni Eid, Founder of Telecom Review Group and CEO of Trace Media International, engaged in an exclusive discourse with Saleem Alblooshi, CTO of du, and Eric Zhao, Vice President and CMO of Huawei Wireless Solution to share their perspectives on the progress of the 5G industry, particularly the commercial launch of 5G-Advanced (5G-A or 5.5G).

Read more: du and Huawei Collaborate to Advance 5.5G Journey

Telecom Review conducted an exclusive interview with Abdullah Aldahmashi, Business Operation General Manager, center3, delving into the company's significant role in shaping the future of GCC countries, in line with Saudi Arabia's Vision 2030. center3's competitive advantages in the wholesale market, its unique services, and how investments in submarine routes, data centers, and international Points of Presence (POPs) position it as a regional digital hub were explored. Additionally, center3's key financial initiatives driving sustainable growth in the digital landscape were uncovered.

Read more: Pioneering Digital Innovation in the GCC: The Influence of center3

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