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Reports and Coverage
Telecom Review has been invited to join the recently conducted exclusive online media roundtable hosted by Mr. Charles Yang, president of Huawei Middle East.
The vast majority of the world’s data has been created within the digital era, and the growth of data becomes unstable — showing no sign of slowing down. Believe it or not, IDC forecasts that the world’s overall data will grow to 175 zettabytes in 2025.
Positive Technologies, a global cybersecurity company specializing in telecom security, announces the appointment of Santhosh Kumar as managing director to spearhead the company’s Middle East and Africa and South Asia operations.
PCCW Global, a leading telecommunications service provider, and Frequentis, a supplier of safety-critical communication and information solutions have collaborated to deliver aviation-specific Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) technologies over the newly-commissioned Common Aeronautical Virtual Private Network (CRV) that serves International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)’s Asia Pacific and the Middle East (APAC and MID) regions.
By Charles Yang, President of Huawei Middle East
“Our latest AI research shows 86% of businesses currently reaping the benefits of better customer experience through AI, and 25% of companies with widespread AI adoption expect to see the tech pay out in increased revenue during 2021. The pandemic has uncovered the value of AI, lending itself to enhancing tasks related to workforce planning, simulation modeling and demand projection,” said Anand Rao, global artificial intelligence lead at PwC.
2020 has been a defining year for Etisalat with intensive transformation and agile delivery of services, ensuring a strong performance while making Etisalat well positioned for the future. The unprecedented economic headwinds caused by the pandemic have demanded agility and capabilities to quickly adapt to the present market conditions.
The unexpected shortage in semiconductor microchips has witnessed increasing cases of stunted or late car production and deliveries, a shortfall in home appliances, and costlier smartphones across the globe.
By Libo, VP of Site Power Section, Huawei Digital Power Middle East