Corning Incorporated launched a new glass composition to advance the development of augmented and mixed reality (AR/MR) diffractive waveguides for wearable devices. Optical advancements inherent in the glass take the augmented reality experience to the next level through larger, clearer digital content that creates more engaging and immersive user experiences.
Ericsson’s full suite of end-to-end BSS solutions will help Zain Kuwait realize its digital transformation goals and drive 5G innovations in the region.
The international alliance focused on automation of telecom towers has a new partner: Ubiik. The advanced metering infrastructure innovator is the latest member of the Tower Automation Alliance (TAA), set to collaborate on energy monitoring projects for telecom towers.
The leading telecom vendor Ericsson and top device manufacturer Apple are onto another legal battle related to 5G patents.
Two teams from the Middle East are among ten finalists in Huawei's inaugural Tech4Good Global competition 2022. Tech4Good is a key part of Huawei's flagship CSR program, Seeds for the Future 2021, an initiative that aims to help cultivate young talent, equipping them with the skills and mindsets needed to be competitive in the workplaces of the future.
Staying true to its long history in innovation and intellectual property (IP) management, Huawei has moved up on the list of companies getting the most US patents, according to the study by Fairview Research’s IFI Claims Patent Services.
Ericsson shared their fourth quarter and full-year highlights, showing a good Q4 and robust financial performance in 2021. The Swedish telecoms giant net profit soared in 2021, with a better-than-expected performance in the fourth quarter.
Nokia shared an update to its financial guidance for 2021, ahead of the scheduled release of its fourth-quarter and full-year 2021 financial results on February 3, 2022. A new comparable operating margin guidance for 2022 has also been introduced.
Sharing its vision for the 6G era, Nokia fosters the idea that 6G will meet the expectation of the rising demand and strain on the network that requires a new, highly agile, and cognitive architecture. Adhering to the spirit of “six” for 6G, Nokia Bell Labs has identified potential innovations.
By: An Jian, President of Carrier Networks Business Group, Huawei Middle East