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Success after success, we’ve reached a new milestone. It all started in 2005 when Trace Media launched Telecom Review Middle East. What started off as a business and telecoms magazine has transformed, fourteen years later, into a pioneering comprehensive telecom media platform. The publishing industry as well as the telecommunications industry have tremendously changed, thus paving the way for a change in Telecom Review that was quite mandatory to keep pace with all the developments.
Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei has issued a defiant statement on the future of his company and declared that the Chinese ICT leader will be not be destroyed by a piece of paper from the US government.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei says it could roll out its own operating system for smartphones and laptops in China by the autumn after the United States blacklisted the company. The international version of the system could be ready in the first or second quarter of 2020, said Richard Yu, the head of Huawei's consumer business.
Few decades ago, mobile wireless communication networks have witnessed huge evolution and development. In each of its versions, the network has been created for a specific end. The latest generation, 5G, is today the talk of the town. While it won’t be available for commercial use until the 2020s, it is promising unprecedented performance goals which are heavily grounded on the availability of fiber - and lots of it – and cell sites, and without fiber, they would simply be impossible.
AI is a technology that is promising to unchain millions of workers globally from mundane and unfulfilling jobs. Those advocating for AI claim that the integration of automation into major industries will create a raft of new opportunities and better jobs for the proletariat, which in turn will lead to a better society for all citizens.
Ericsson has positioned itself as a frontrunner in the 5G space and is increasingly becoming the go-to player for operators seeking to accelerate the commercialization of the next-generation networks.
Ciena Corporation is a US-based global provider of telecommunications networking equipment, software and services. The company has enjoyed phenomenal success since its inception back in 1992, and has firmly established itself as a reputable and market leader that has delivered pioneering innovations to the ICT industry. Ciena is also publicly listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Nokia, the leader of the optical network market is supplying its new optical transport network based on Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing technology. It enables Service Providers to provide high-speed internet within the African region and is also the right infrastructure for 5G deployment at a later stage.