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Swisslog, for the first time, partnered with Etisalat to showcase its latest robot-based solution ItemPiQ, which is specially designed for repeated, reliable picking of a wide range of items for the fast delivery of orders at low operating costs. Alain Kaddoum, General Manager at Swisslog Middle East explained more about the solution and Swisslog in general, during an interview with Telecom Review at GITEX Technology Week.

Read more: Swisslog general manager highlights collaboration with Etisalat during GITEX

Ericsson shared at GITEX the latest 5G and AI technologies with partners in the industry. During the event, visitors gained deeper and broader knowledge on how to plan and execute a smooth transition to 5G and reap the benefits of digital transformation in industries like healthcare, entertainment and sports to name but a few. Telecom Review spoke with Ericsson’s Fadi Pharaon, SVP and Head of Market Area Middle East & Africa, to discuss his recent promotion and the importance of supporting partners at an exciting time in the industry.

Read more: “Ericsson uses technology leadership to support operators” – Fadi Pharaon

Ogero launched recently public WiFi and 5G fixed wireless services in Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport which marks yet another milestone in Ogero’s journey. Those two services are set to provide connectivity that matches international standards for both individuals visiting the airport through the public WiFi or to enterprises and airport staff through the 5G fixed wireless.  

Read more: Ogero chairman reveals impressive figures for the two newly launched services at Beirut...

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Hackers brought down the BBC's websites for several hours in a large-scale hacking attack, the British public broadcaster reported.

""Sources within the BBC said the sites were offline thanks to what is known as a 'distributed denial of service' (DDOS) attack,"" the BBC reported.

DDOS attacks are used to slow down or disable a network by flooding it with communication requests.

Users trying to access BBC.com and related websites could only see an error message saying: ""The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy.""

The BBC press office blamed the problem on a technical issue. However, despite continued problems with access to the sites, they reported later in an update saying: ""The BBC website is now back up and operating normally.""

It's worth mentioning that the BBC's international website, BBC.com and its news app reached a readership of more than 101 million unique browsers a month earlier this year.

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