Technology has evolved at such a rapid pace over the last 10 years that it has caused severe disruption across almost every major industry globally. The general consensus is that enterprises need to embrace new technologies in order to remain competitive and relevant. Businesses that don’t adapt or evolve will simply not survive.
Reports and Coverage
By Chafic Chaya, regional communications manager, RIPE NCC
A global shortage of unused IPv4 addresses is a serious problem affecting the internet today. We generally don’t think about it when we look at our smartphones or computers, but these devices rely on a massive communications infrastructure that depends on a system of globally unique addresses. Computers need to know which device or webserver we’re asking them to connect to, and routers need to know where to forward the data traffic that crosses a network. This crucial role of signifying a unique destination for internet traffic is performed by IP addresses.
How is technology affecting our daily life? This topic was debated by Toni Eid, Founder of Telecom Review and CEO of Trace Media and Hatem Dowidar, CEO, Etisalat at the 11th edition of Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit which was held on December 10-11, 2018 at The Meydan Hotel, Dubai, UAE.
Established in 2005, ITC (Integrated Telecom Company) was able to grow into one of the leading telecom providers in Saudi Arabia and Middle East that offers next generation broadband, connectivity, cloud computing, managed services, satellite services and internet services for businesses, wholesale and consumers segments.
Year 2019 has been linked with the rollout of fifth generation technology (5G). Industry experts have embarked on their 5G journey and are aspiring to see their efforts bear fruit in 2019. However, other trends are expected to impact the telecommunications industry. Technological advances have created what is dubbed the ‘digital era’ and are paving the way for significant IT and network architecture changes in 2019.
Dr. Eesa Baskati, President of the University of Dubai said cultural mindsets must change in the Middle East during his official opening keynote presentation at the 11th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit.
Telecom Review continued its dedication & commitment to the ICT industry and exceeded all expectations with holding the best and largest high-level executives of ICT gathering. These awards recognize industry leaders for their efficient and hard work in 2018, and are a special way for Telecom Review to help celebrate the winner’s success.
By Charles Yang, President of Huawei Middle East
Over 2,000 of the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry’s most influential players gathered in London for Huawei’s 9th annual Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF). The event was a platform to showcase the rapid strides 5G has made in the past year: in addition to the outfield demonstration of the largest 5G commercial demo site in Europe, 10 operators and 36 vertical industry partners jointly displayed their industry-leading technologies. Representatives from the telecommunications sector, vertical industries and standards organizations witnessed firsthand innovative 5G applications across fields from the Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR), connected vehicles (V2X), and more.
Over 600 leaders from the global ICT industry were in attendance at the 11th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, which was held at The Meydan Hotel, Dubai.
Digital transformation is fundamentally reshaping how every industry all over the world operates. Enterprises and organizations that resist digital transformation or are slow to embrace digitalization ultimately fall behind and struggle to remain competitive.