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Telecom Review’s latest virtual panel, entitled “Digital transformation driving the next phase of innovation”, explored various key points and shared insights on the opportunities of digital transformation, digital skills, as well as the acceleration of digital transformation among others.

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Telecom Review’s latest virtual panel, entitled “Digital transformation driving the next phase of innovation”, explored various key points and shared insights on the opportunities of digital transformation, digital skills, as well as the acceleration of digital transformation among others.

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In its recent virtual panel entitled “Digital transformation driving the next phase of innovation”, Telecom Review discussed the shortage of digital kills as a big concern and what strategies are being implemented to meet this demand and to reach digital transformation goals.

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The 15th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, one of the most anticipated and largest ICT events in the industry, was successfully held in a hybrid format, welcoming hundreds of distinguished guests physically and virtually at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City on December 8, 2021.

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Telecom Review, the Middle East’s leading ICT media platform, explored the different areas of digital transformation in its recently-concluded virtual panel titled ‘Digital transformation driving the next phase of innovation’.

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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.

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By Maria Macra, director of government projects

The coverage of rural areas is a challenge for operators, regulators and governments around the world.  The situation is even more complex in Africa for geographical, security and business model reasons.  Rural areas are generally inhabited by underprivileged populations, living below the average per capita income of the country. Fixed Internet access is non-existent and mobile access, when existent, represents up to 30% of their income.

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