Regulating the spectrum is vital to the mobility and connectivity surging within today’s data-heavy and tech-savvy generation. Allocation of spectrum through licenses guarantees flexibility to regulators to secure the best usage of the spectrum in society, and enables operators to offer innovative services with predictable quality service.

Read more: 6 GHz licensing: Demands and benefits

BENYA, the leading digital solutions and ICT infrastructure provider in Egypt and the MEA region signed the shareholders agreement with Société Congolaise des Postes et Télécommunications (SCPT) to establish a new local telecommunications operator in DRC, with the aim to develop the telecommunications infrastructure there. Based on this agreement, BENYA Telecom DRC will be established in partnership between SCPT and Benya to build and operate the national fibre-optic network (NFON) in DRC to connect cities and enable a connection with neighboring countries.

Read more: BENYA signs agreement to establish a new local telecoms operator in DRC

The annual Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit will be back in its 15th edition on December 8th at Intercontinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City, UAE. The Summit will be both physical and virtual which will allow panelists to join the panel discussions in Dubai from anywhere in the world and anyone will be able to virtually participate.

Read more: Save the date for the 15th Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit

The telecommunications industry landscape has changed in monumental ways in the last decade—with even more changes on the horizon. Long gone are the days where settlements included a handful of partners working to reconcile calls and messaging. Today, CSPs need to navigate complex joint ventures involving settlements from a wide variety of digital services including connectivity, IoT services and 5G.

Read more: Excel in the ecosystem era with digital partnerships

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