Toni Eid, the CEO and founder of Telecom Review Group, graced the stage as one of the speakers of the physical-only session that highlighted the switch to a cloud native approach in terms of connectivity.
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Infinet Wireless, the global leader in fixed wireless broadband connectivity, will showcase its key solutions for the modern dynamic world, ever-evolving and altering after the COVID-19 pandemic, at Mobile World Congress 2021 (MWC), the world’s flagship mobile industry and technology event. Aimed at eliminating the digital divide and meeting the requirements of businesses going through digital transformation, Infinet Wireless will be showcasing its solutions at Stand 1D36 in the Fira de Barcelona venue from June 28, 2021 to July 1, 2021. Additionally, the company will present its new corporate video, displaying its updated approach in accordance with the unprecedented current era and demonstrating the full range of its cutting-edge products.
Telstra Broadcast Services (TBS) expanded its presence in the United States with the launch of a new Broadcast Operations Center (BOC) at the PSSI International Teleport in Pittsburgh.
Huawei Technologies Cooperatief/Jordan and Orange Jordan signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to upscale the ICT skills of youth and further empower the digital economy.
The most-awaited Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2021 is now back physically at Fira Gran Via, Bracelona. Running from June 28-July 1, the four-day event is filled with inspiring speakers, lively debates and latest technology trends that embody MWC 2021’s key theme ‘Connected Impact.’
Carrying information wirelessly is a task being done tirelessly in this modern era. With services ranging from television, mobile, broadcasting, satellite, and other communication systems, the demand for adequate radio spectrum allocation is needed.
The COVID-19 pandemic—perhaps more than any other event in human history— has demonstrated the critical role that telecommunications infrastructure plays in keeping businesses, governments, and societies connected and running.
5G connectivity promises a greater user experience with its high bandwidth combined with massive MIMO technology to provide users with Gbps data rates. However, in large open areas such as sports stadiums, convention centers and railway stations with a high user density, such Gbps experience can suffer owing to interference in radio signals. A ubiquitous and consistent service for such areas can have many takers and open up investments opportunities for improved network infrastructure and coverage given the digitalising of critical sectors.
By Charles Yang, President, Huawei Middle East
Salam, the new brand of Integrated Telecom, announced that it is now fully compliant with the Network Equipment Security Assurance Scheme (NESAS).