European telecommunications behemoth Ericsson has released the eighth edition of its ConsumerLab trend report, 10 Hot Consumer Trends 2019 representing predictions of 34 million early technology adopters. The latest edition of the annual report evaluates consumer thoughts and predictions on near-future technology including AI, VR, 5G and automation. The report reveals that autonomous and mood-predictive technology could soon play a bigger role in people’s everyday lives.
Following the remarkable success the brand has been achieving in the Lebanese market, Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) announced recently plans to inaugurate the first new experience store (HES) in Beirut, Lebanon. The store will be designed with futuristic space and aims at offering an intelligent high-tech experience for consumers to have access to Huawei’s latest products and services under one roof.
Ericsson won the Best Cloud Provider award at Telecom Review Excellence Awards 2018 in Dubai, UAE.
European telecommunications vendor Ericsson has compiled another comprehensive Mobility Report and the strategic forecast is projecting that 5G will reach 1.5bn subscriptions by 2024.
At the 11th annual Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, An Jian, President of Carrier Network Business Group at Huawei Middle East, delivered a keynote on the theme “5G Inspiring the Future” to highlight the progress made in the Middle East on 5G. Held at the Dubai Meydan Hotel on December 10th and 11th, the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit was a platform for high-level industry and government leaders to discuss how the ICT industry can support the successfully realization of government plans for economic growth and development.
Huawei officially released the Mobile Automation Engine (MAE) solution during its first wireless automation roundtable which was held during the 2018 GMBBF. The solution aims to accelerate full-scenario autonomous driving in mobile networks.
For over two decades, the Catalyst family of switches has been known for pushing the limits of what the network could do. Last year, Cisco’s Catalyst 9000 switches pushed those limits even further by introducing the world to intent-based networking, helping big networks learn, adapt and evolve. Now, Cisco is expanding its iconic Catalyst portfolio, giving access to all organizations including their branches in the Middle East, across wired and wireless. It is bringing intent-based networking to deployments of all sizes, delivering a smarter, simpler and more secure network to more customers than ever before.
Finnish telecommunications vendor Nokia has announced that it has signed a lucrative patent license agreement with Chinese consumer electronics behemoth OPPO.
A Chinese court ordered a ban in the country on iPhone sales in a patent dispute, said US chipmaking giant Qualcomm.
Nokia has deployed its 5G site for the South African operator rain. The launch and subsequent rollout are well aligned with the government’s strategy to connect the unconnected and improve the lives of citizens, and match rain’s main objective to provide affordable broadband internet to the masses in South Africa.