TEDMOB, with its wealth of experience in services, communications, and digital solutions, is advancing ahead of local and Gulf region competitors. In an interview with Telecom Review, Mario Hachem, TEDMOB's co-founder and CEO, discussed the company's strategy to ensure a superior corporate and individual experience amid challenges and opportunities in the sector.

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Telecom Review had the privilege of conducting an insightful interview with Sameh Sobhy, the Managing Director Middle East, Turkey & Africa at PCCW Global. Sobhy shed light on the immense impact of the Console Connect platform in facilitating seamless connectivity between regional and global customers, while highlighting the challenges and opportunities that arise. Additionally, Sobhy shared valuable insights on PCCW Global's role in supporting the digital transformation of the region's wholesale telecoms industry. Lastly, he discussed the company's targeted markets for expansion and the rationale behind their strategic choices.

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In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Dayn Amade, CEO of Tablet Comunitario, elaborated on how the digital era has transformed various aspects of daily life. He also highlighted specific, practical telecommunication methodologies that exhibit promise in bridging the digital divide within disadvantaged communities in less developed countries. Amade further discussed the essential policy interventions necessary for policymakers to narrow the digital gap and ensure universal access to basic digital services.

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Technology vendors are spending years and billons in their R&D. Part of the R&D centers develops the best power consumption solution of their products and examines even how the BTS can be totally green and how it can work in very far regions where no power resources exist. This is why they develop BTS working 24/24 on solar and wind powers.

In addition, those R&D centers are exploring electricity solutions, smart solutions, chips, connectivity, among others, which are the basic foundation of autonomous, connected and electrical cars components.

The Chinese vendor Huawei plans to produce electric vehicles under its brand.

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is in talks with state-owned Changan Automobile and Beijing-backed BluePark New Energy Technology BAIC Group for using their car factories to produce electric smart vehicles, according to two people familiar with the matter.

Huawei is aiming to produce concept models this year. The Chinese vendor will join many Asian tech companies that have made similar announcements in recent months, including Baidu Inc and Foxconn. As a result, the shares listed company such as Changan Chongqing Changan Automobile rose 5.22%, while BluePark shares jumped to the maximum daily limit of 8%.

Huawei is not a public company but for sure this step will make it soon a greater tech giant.

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