Throughout its remarkable evolution journey, Zain KSA has transitioned from being a leading telecommunications and digital services provider to a trailblazer in fostering national talent, becoming a blueprint for businesses shaping Saudi Arabia's digital future. With a keen focus on harnessing the potential of the Kingdom's youth, Zain has played a pivotal role in realizing Saudi Vision 2030 objectives; creating a diversified, knowledge-based economy, developing human capabilities, and achieving a vibrant society and a thriving economy, to build an ambitious nation.

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The ICT industry has been evolving rapidly, and the telecom sector is no exception. In a joint exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Kayahara Masayuki, general manager, service provider solutions department, NEC – Global, and Tamer Bdran, vice president, ICT & public safety, NEC – Middle East, shared their views on the trends that are shaping the future of ICT in the telecom industry, among other insightful topics.

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During the Huawei Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) 2023, the concept of small box, big power and bigger business was presented via the LampSite solution.

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Kuwait Telecommunications Company – stc has announced that it has successfully implemented a data link connection between the International Hospital and the Ministry of Health (MOH) data center through its technological arm and Internet Service Provider (ISP) Qualitynet.

Read more: stc Kuwait collaborates with Ministry of Health in nation’s fight against COVID-19

The Covid-19 crisis enveloping millions of people around the world is also presenting a business opportunity for one tech sector: facial recognition.  Biometrics companies that make facial recognition hardware have adapted its technology to determine temperature. In recent weeks, many companies have been marketing technologies as capable of picking out who in a crowd is likely to have a fever, and thus a possible coronavirus case.

Read more: COVID-19: An opportunity for tech companies

The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) have announced their intention to work with telecommunication companies to urgently introduce a coronavirus text messaging service for the billions of people worldwide who aren’t able to connect to the internet for information.

Read more: ITU teams with WHO to introduce global Covid-19 text alerts

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