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Clearing the airwaves – Debunking myths about 5G

With the introduction of new technologies comes an abundance of doubt and hearsay. Lindsay Notwell, SVP 5G Strategy and Global Carrier Relations, Cradlepoint, is here to tell us how the myths surrounding 5G are exactly that and why CIOs should consider integrating 5G into their current and next-generation wide-area network plans. The rollout of 5G […]

Ericsson and Fraunhofer IPT launch 5G-Industry Campus Europe

Ericsson and the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology (IPT) have launched 5G-Industry Campus Europe, the continent’s largest industrial 5G research network, to jointly explore with companies and research partners further areas in which 5G can be applied within production and to test these as practically as possible. Germany’s Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure […]

Etisalat and Huawei complete industry’s first trial of ‘Compact Optical Cross-Connect’

A collaboration between Etisalat and Huawei has enhanced connectivity and speed while simplifying optical architecture and building future networks. Etisalat collaborated with Huawei to complete the industry’s first trial of compact all-optical cross-connect (OXC) for the transport industry enhancing connectivity and speed while the cutting-edge technology will simplify optical architecture and build future networks. The […]

Egyptian operator deploys AI for unbanked subscribers

An agreement has been reached between fonYou and a mobile operator in Egypt to deploy its iCarrier Data platform for the distribution of hyper-personalised airtime, data bundles and other carrier products. It is a new-generation platform that enables mobile carriers to predict and optimise their real-time responses to customer needs, even when they run out […]

Telecom Egypt and Juniper Networks to build network for residential and businesses

Companies building fast, secure and reliable network for residential and businesses across fixed and mobile services.  Telecom Egypt, Egypt’s first integrated telecom operator, and Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, have a signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in Cairo cementing Juniper’s position as a strategic technology provider for Telecom Egypt. This MoU […]

Paratus rolls out fibre infrastructure in Gobabis

Gobabis now has lightning fast reliable fibre Internet access. Paratus Africa, a private telecommunications operator in Namibia, is offering its standard range of fibre packages to Gobabis businesses and residents. Paratus recently completed a national fibre project, connecting from the WACS landing station in Swakopmund eastward to the border of Botswana and dropped off in […]

Ooredoo Algeria deploys Nokia Cloud Mobile Gateway

Nokia is helping Ooredoo Algeria take the first step towards next generation networks and reinforce its technology leadership in the region with the successful deployment of North Africa’s first virtualised Mobile Gateway. This is a crucial step for the migration of core network elements to the cloud and paves the way for the transformation of […]

Batelco delivers a comprehensive multi-access technology solution for Ithmaar Bank

Batelco, Bahrain’s leading digital solutions provider, has expanded its wide portfolio of network back-up solutions for MPLS and dedicated Internet service with the deployment of a fully-redundant MPLS network with active backup capabilities for Ithmaar Bank. This project positions Ithmaar Bank, a leading Islamic retail bank, as the first bank in Bahrain to deploy the […]

Paratus launches Mumwe – a new ‘combined’ data pool

Paratus Africa in Namibia has once again taken the lead in bringing innovation to its clients with the release of Mumwe, a new product that has the option to share one data pool from multiple connections. The new Mumwe packages enable customers to enjoy being flexible and fixed, both at the same time. It brings […]

Why your backup could be hindering your company’s digital transformation

In order to compete in the new digital economy, companies are going through something of an IT revolution. This revolution has seen the disruption of the vendor landscape and the re-organising of IT itself. So that vital innovation can be funded and agility achieved, traditional infrastructure costs need to be reduced and, so, the drive […]

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