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.
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CSG, the trusted partner to simplify the complexity of business transformation in the digital age, reported its results for the quarter ended March 31, 2021.
Moody's Investors Service has recently published a report stating that Nigeria holds the key to the growth of telecom's sector in in the Sub Saharan Africa (SSA).
Fiber Connect Council MENA, previously known as FTTH Council MENA released to its member its exclusive study: MENA FTTH and 5G Panorama.
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.
For the past 15 years enterprises experimented with SaaS applications, took advantage of plentiful cheap compute and storage and migrated desktop workloads to the cloud, yet still have not managed to achieve digital transformation. Panelists at the NetEvents session on multi-cloud agreed that we are finally on the brink of a generation change in IT driven by business necessity and enabled by new cloud-native solutions to decades-old problems.
After the international consortium won the telecom license in Ethiopia, various concerns have arisen regarding the geopolitical context of the decision.
Benya’s chairman and CEO, Eng. Ahmed Mekky has joined the Board of Directors of the Science and Technology Parks for Electronics and Research Industries.
Telecom Review organized a virtual panel on May 20th entitled “Beyond 5G: The endless benefits of 5G to operators”. The panel aimed to highlight what goes beyond 5G’s traditional definition and all the hype around it.
Huawei believes that information and communication technologies (ICTs) have the potential to reduce global carbon emissions by 20% over the next decade.