Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, announced the launch of the Middle East's first Multitenant Internet of Things (IoT) Hosting Center in order to incubate the local digital ecosystem and accelerate IoT business development in the region.
Qualcomm Technologies, Nokia, MTV, Elisa, ENENSYS Technologies, Bittium and Yle, today announced that they will showcase the new opportunities that the evolution to 5G broadcast enables for next-generation terrestrial TV delivery.
Today, at The Small Cells World Summit 2018, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated continues its leadership on the path to 5G by introducing the industry's first 5G NR solution targeted for small cells and remote radio head deployments (FSM100xx).
Integrated Telecom Company Ltd. (ITC), a leader in Information and Communication Technology, signed an agreement with Nokia to perform experimental trials to develop and measure 5G applications.
Qualcomm, MTS and Ericsson have partnered to deploy first commercial Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) technology in Russia, delivering Gigabit LTE peak download speeds.
The Chinese government has now restarted its protracted review of the proposed acquisition of NXP by US chipmaker Qualcomm. Antitrust regulators were asked to speed up its evaluations of newly proposed remedies to protect Chinese companies according to reports by Bloomberg.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated announced that the industry's newest Wi-Fi security protections will, moving forward, be applied across the company's portfolio of mobile and networking infrastructure products.
Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG), one of the leading smartphone manufacturers, signed a Global Strategic Partnership agreement with Dubai's Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism). The signing ceremony was held on May 14th, 2018 at Huawei's HQ in Shenzhen, China.
US President Donald Trump has angrily rejected claims that it has given in to Chinese demands over the ban imposed on telecommunications vendor ZTE. The US Commerce Department imposed a seven-year ban on ZTE exporting US technology after it claimed that the company had failed to take the appropriate action against employees that where responsible for trade violations in both Iran and North Korea.
US President Donald Trump said he was working with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to prevent telecom giant ZTE from going out of business after it was hit by an American technology sales ban.