Deepfake technology, a rapidly advancing field of artificial intelligence, has garnered significant attention in recent years. It involves the creation of highly realistic synthetic media, such as videos or audio, where individuals can be convincingly manipulated to say or do things they never actually did.

Read more: Deepfake Technology: Unveiling the Illusion, Impact and Ethical Implications

This is the inaugural participation by ZainTECH in GITEX, at which Zain Group's integrated digital solutions provider is showcasing its commitment to value creation by displaying its expanding portfolio of products and solutions, including cloud, cybersecurity, big data, drones and robotics, and digital solutions. The stand has dedicated areas for each of these activities, where demonstrations and models of products are available for review.

Read more: ZainTECH's Debut at GITEX: Showcasing Expanding Digital Solutions Portfolio

At GITEX Technology Week 2023, Nokia brought its cutting-edge technologies from its Network Infrastructure (NI), Mobile Networks (MN) and Cloud and Network Services (CNS)Business Groups to showcase how disruptive network technologies and software approaches are pushing the boundaries of innovation and sustainability to create new opportunities for the telecom industry.

Read more: GITEX Dubai wrap-up: Nokia Impressed CSPs, Enterprises, Webscalers with AnyRAN, Energy Efficiency,...

During the recent 11th China Mobile Global Partner Conference, China Mobile and Huawei jointly announced the establishment of a New Calling Innovation Center. This new center will help to propel forward large-scale commercial use of New Calling, where calling will shift from voice to video and then to content, enabling China Mobile and Huawei to jointly build a solid New Calling ecosystem.

Read more: China Mobile and Huawei Jointly Establish a “New Calling” Innovation Center to Propel 5G’s Unique...

Supporting public and private organizations with agile, resilient, secure and scalable broadband connectivity solutions is the primary responsibility of network service providers and sits squarely on any digital transformation agenda.

Read more: The Vital and Potent Capabilities of Optical Transport Networks

While traditional forms of communication, primarily centered around connectivity, have historically generated the bulk of enterprise revenue, a range of additional services have emerged as crucial drivers of growth in the B2B sector. These encompass areas such as the Internet of Things (IoT), private networks, cloud computing, security solutions, automation and data analytics.

Read more: What Drives Telecom Operators' Enterprise Revenue?

The Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2023 witnessed a groundbreaking moment in the telecom industry as Zain KSA and Huawei joined hands to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU). Telecom Review had the opportunity to participate in the signing ceremony and witness a significant step in the collaborative efforts towards green technology.

Read more: Zain KSA and Huawei Forge Green Technology Partnership at Global Mobile Broadband Forum 2023

According to the International Robotics Federation (IRF), there were approximately half a million robots installed globally in 2022, a two-fold increase from the number seven years prior. Moreover, the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts that by the year 2025, over 50% of job tasks will be carried out by robots and algorithms.

Read more: Ctrl+Shift+Nation: The 10 Global Hotspots of Automation

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