There is no denying that technology-driven forces are shaping our world immensely. New technologies including 5G Advanced, 6G, IPv6+ and advanced computing technologies will further enable new applications as we move forward, and indeed, the internet is the engine of this digitization.
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Cloud solutions are transforming the connectivity paradigm in innovative ways. Early adopters of cloud solutions have found that the migration from legacy infrastructure to the cloud is less of a hassle than anticipated. No wonder a survey conducted with 500 enterprise IT leaders has revealed that about 74% of them were looking to invest heavily in cloud solutions within the next two to three years.
Telecom operators are on a constant quest to update their offerings and networks in order to meet rising customer expectations and growing needs. With digitalization being a major goal, network automation is the key to delivering diversified digital services while maintaining low OPEX.
Digital transformation is no longer a goal to achieve but one of the pillars of success. It has become a prerequisite for businesses to thrive in an ever-evolving industry. Telecom Review will address the next phase of digital transformation in its upcoming webinar entitled “Outcomes of Digital Transformation: Ongoing Mission and Vision”, on September 14th, at 5 pm Dubai time.
NGMN Alliance will hold its highly recognized global Industry Conference & Exhibition (IC&E) taking place every two years, on September 7-9, 2022, at the Pavillon d'Armenonville in Paris. C-level and other top management participants will share their perspectives on today’s and tomorrow’s opportunities and challenges and the future of mobile telecommunications.
The UAE topped the GCC 5G rankings for 5G Download Speed, with users having experienced average speeds of 316.8 Mbps, ahead of Qatar’s score of 278.5 Mbps and Kuwait's score of 263.4 Mbps, according to the UK mobile analytics company OpenSignal.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has warned its 193 member states that harmful interferences, such as blocking, jamming or serious degradation of radio-wave-based services, could be accidental or intentional.
The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Bahrain (TRA) has announced the adoption of radio spectrum ranges 5470 – 5725 MHz and 5925 – 6425 MHz for Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6E applications. The internet users in the Kingdom will soon be able to benefit from faster and more efficient Wi-Fi 6 technologies, allowing them to enjoy the full capabilities of both fiber and 5G.
The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Tunisia to the United Nations Office and other International Organizations in Switzerland, Ambassador Sabri Bachtobji, has formally presented to the ITU Secretary General, Mr. Houlin Zhao, the Tunisian Government nomination and full support to Dr. Bilel Jamoussi for the post of Director of the Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) of the ITU.
Backdoor hacking has become a menace for the cybersecurity personnel of organizations big and small globally.