Ribbon Communications is a global technology company with more than two decades of leadership in real-time communications. Built on world-class technology and intellectual property, the enterprise delivers secure, embedded and engaging real-time communications for today's world. Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with one of the most experienced and dynamic executives in the ICT industry, Patrick Joggerst, CMO and EVP, Business Development, at Ribbon Communications. Joggerst has enjoyed a distinguished and decorated career in the ICT and telecommunications industry.
Dubai Internet City has enjoyed phenomenal growth and success under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Ammar Al Malik, who is the executive director of the technology hub located in the heart of Dubai.
The world of ICT was once a male-dominated environment, but the landscape has changed significantly over the years. Telecom Review aims to celebrate that diversity - and the shifting of demographics in the telecommunications industry by conducting a special series of interviews entitled 'Women in ICT'. In today's interview we speak to Natalia Ellis, chief financial officer at Speedflow Communications.
Labeling an operator as a happiness provider is unconventional. However, Marwan Hayek, CEO and Chairman, Alfa has been striving to make customers happy, thus becoming, according to his words, a Happiness Provider or HP.
Telecom Review was the official media partner for the third edition of the Mediterranean Telecoms Exchange (MTX) conference which was held in the stunning Italian capital city of Rome. The conference is the brainchild of Afinna One CEO, Massimo Lucera who recognized a gap in the market for a conference which is specifically tailored for wholesale players in the Mediterranean telecommunications sector, and with one of his partner he decided to create the Event MTX.
NXN, a thought leader in smart cities and next generation technology innovations domains recently announced a strategic agreement with telecommunications operator, EITC (du), to help accelerate the deployment of smart energy solutions within various industries across the UAE. Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive with NXN's chief business officer, Labib Matta, in an effort to find out more about this innovative partnership.
Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with engineer doctoral candidate Nasser Bin Hammad, the current head of space Strategic Partnership and International Cooperation at UAE space Agency, and the former Director of International Affairs at Telecommunications Regulatory Authority.
Carol Wan, Vice President, Data Sales for the Asia Pacific region at PCCW Global has called for the wholesale carrier industry to start developing standards for the development and use of blockchain technology. Telecom Review managed to secure an exclusive interview with the charismatic executive who expressed eloquently how the industry needs to cooperate in order to embrace the cutting-edge technology, which she feels will bring many benefits to the sector.
The world of ICT was once a male dominated environment but the landscape has changed dramatically over the years. Telecom Review is going to celebrate that diversity and the shifting of demographics in the telecommunications industry by conducting a special series of interviews over the next few months entitled 'Women in ICT'. In today's interview, we speak to Maria Varsellona, who is president of Nokia Technologies and chief legal officer of Nokia.
5G transport networks are the foundation of 5G E2E systems and vital to scaled deployments of diverse applications across vertical sectors. To fulfill future service demands, transport networks must provide strong support for the assorted business demands of the 5G industry. For operators, the biggest concern is how to achieve long-term evolution based on existing architecture while ensuring maximized investment returns in as short as possible ROI periods for early 5G pilot deployments. Building a cost-effective 5G transport network within the shortest possible period to address both short- and long-term challenges has proved a difficult task for global operators.