Nokia expands its industry-leading IP router portfolio with the introduction of the new 7730 Service Interconnect Router (SXR) product family. The new platforms bring the service router performance, security, assurance and sustainability customers rely on from Nokia at the IP edge and core into advanced IP access and aggregation networks. The scale and capabilities of the new platforms also make them ideal for smaller/distributed IP edge locations, addressing the increased capacity and capability demands driven by broadband investments and evolving cloud network architectures.
As climate change drives global temperatures to unprecedented highs, weather extremes are becoming more frequent. Traditional weather prediction methods demand substantial computing power, but a groundbreaking solution has emerged. Huawei's Pangu-Weather AI model, developed by Huawei Cloud, promises a remarkable 10,000-fold improvement in prediction speeds, enabling weather forecasts within seconds.
In this exclusive three-part series, Telecom Review continues to share a comprehensive evaluation of the Q2 2023 performance of prominent global telecom vendors, including Cisco, Ericsson, Huawei, Nokia and ZTE.
Nokia Bell Labs is deploying the first cellular network on the Moon to showcase that cellular technologies can provide the critical communications needs for future lunar or Martian missions. For the first time, the company is unveiling the details of its lunar mission, detailing the reasons for a Moon voyage, exploring the possible applications for cellular communications in such lunar and Mars exploration and describing the upcoming mission from launch to conclusion.
Huawei South Africa and South Africa’s Department of Communications and Digital Technologies (DCDT) have partnered to strengthen the country’s digital economy by expanding its broadband networks, particularly fiber connectivity. The collaboration aims to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in building technical capabilities and contribute to broader broadband development efforts.
Ericsson, along with partner Unitel, together made an impactful impression at the International Trade Fair of Luanda (FILDA) with their comprehensive display of 5G’s potential.
In a groundbreaking move, global technology giants Huawei and Ericsson have sealed a long-term, comprehensive patent cross-licensing agreement. This accord encompasses patents deemed essential to a vast spectrum of standards, including 3GPP, ITU, IEEE and IETF standards for 3G, 4G and 5G cellular technologies. It extends across both companies' sales of network infrastructure and consumer devices, ushering in a new era of collaboration and innovation by granting each party global access to the other's patented, standardized technologies.
The Nokia Mobile Networks Middle East and Africa team prioritizes the health and safety of employees, customers, and partners. Valuable insights into these safety practices were gained during recent site visits to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and partner meetings with Gravity in South Africa. Nokia’s commitment to creating a safe environment in collaboration with customers and partners is exemplified by these experiences. The recognition and appreciation of the local partner's safety approach by government authorities during a construction site visit in Addis Ababa showcases the successful implementation of the safety initiatives in Ethiopia, made possible through Nokia’s partnership with Safaricom.
Cisco has achieved a significant milestone through its collaboration with TD Africa, a leading technology solutions provider in Sub-Saharan Africa, to establish the Cisco EDGE Center in Lagos, Nigeria. This innovative hub is located within the Tech Experience Centre and functions as an incubator, granting small and medium-sized enterprises (SMMEs) access to state-of-the-art Cisco communication and collaboration technology, alongside comprehensive training and empowerment programs. Furthermore, SMMEs will have the invaluable opportunity to connect with global Cisco experts who can assist them in shaping business ideas in the digital landscape.
ZTE announced its latest technological innovation, the Nubia Neovision glasses, which are now available worldwide, including in the Middle East and Europe.