Infoblox has launched its Infoblox SP Virtual Summit organized by Telecom Review, featuring insightful keynotes and a panel of C-level telecom operators and industry leaders discussing the thoughts and consideration for designing next-generation service providers’ network. The panel outlined many topics, among which were, emerging trends affecting service providers (5G, convergence, DoT/DoH, software-defined), moving from site based to capacity-based sizing, DNS cache acceleration for the lowest latency DNS responses, DNS security, and subscription pricing, and meeting the challenge of generating revenue under 5G era.

Read more: Lessons, challenges, and economic value of 5G

The world grows enough food to feed more than 9 billion people which is ideally sufficient for the current population of 7.6 billion. However, almost one-third of the produce is wasted during harvesting, distribution, storage, and transportation.

Read more: Why agtech could be the next big market for ICT companies?

What could come as a big relief to Chinese tech companies banned in the US, newly elected President Joe Biden has temporarily halted legal action against Chinese social media apps TikTok and WeChat, which could have been banned in the United States.

Read more: US President Joe Biden temporarily lifts ban on TikTok and WeChat

The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has achieved a new milestone by winning the Best Entity Award in procurement and supply in the "Best Response to Supplier Collaboration during COVID-19" criterion as part of the Charted Institute of Procurement and Supply Chain (CIPS) Awards. With this accomplishment, TRA will be the first entity to receive such award in the region.

Read more: TRA winner of ‘Best Response to Supplier Collaboration in COVID 19’ category in CIPS Awards

Huawei took UK bank HSBC to court under the Bankers’ Book Evidence Act, asking the bank to furnish documents the Chinese company says are important to its legal efforts to stop its chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, from being extradited to the US from Canada, according to international news agencies

Read more: Huawei takes HSBC to UK court in CFO's extradition case

Saudi Ground Services (SGS), the national ground services company in Saudi Arabia, operating in 28 airports across the country, has chosen Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to migrate its IT services locally, providing rapid scale of operations, capitalizing on cost effectiveness, and creating a future-ready technology ecosystem.

Read more: Saudi Ground Services selects Oracle to modernize mobility ecosystem

More Articles ...

Advertisement