The annual IPv6 Enhanced Summit was held online on June 23, in its 3rd Middle-Eastern edition, with international and regional industry experts who gave insightful keynotes on the online summit’s main theme “IPv6 Enhanced: Inspiring Innovation, Boosting Middle East Digitalization”.
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5G private mobile networks’ implementation in the state of Qatar is now subject to public consultation.
Future Space, the first technology experience center in Saudi Arabia, has been launched by Huawei, in collaboration with the Saudi Space Commission. The partnership aligns with Huawei's commitment to corporate social responsibility, developing local talent and actively contributing to the Kingdom's digital transformation journey.
AI engineering involves designing, implementing, and managing machine learning (ML) algorithms and artificial intelligence (AI) tools. Across enterprises and other entities worldwide, AI engineers are needed to properly automate processes, enhance customer services, analyze data, increase output, and gain a competitive edge, among others.
Digital companies – defined as those that produce and sell ICT equipment, operate telecommunication networks, and provide software and other information technology services – are at the forefront of global greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction efforts.
The 5G market seems to be in a stronger position as we enter the second half of 2022. In the Middle East alone, 5G network rollouts and technology advancements have been underway to provide a seamless experience for customers.
Belgium has finally concluded its first 5G spectrum auction after missing the two European deadlines for the 5G roll-out set in 2020.
Internet Explorer, which has been the go-to browser in the early 2000s, has now been retired and out of support.
The 3rd Middle East IPv6 Enhanced Online Summit will be held on June 23rd at 11:00am – 13:00pm Dubai time. This annual online event aims to promote development, share rich experiences and consensus in jointly building a sustainable IPv6 Enhanced ecosystem.
MENA governments are anticipated to spend a total of $13.3 billion in 2022 on information technology (IT) sector, with most budgets going to telecom services ($3.9 billion), IT services ($3.13 billion), and software ($2.56 billion).