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With digital transformation in mind, Huawei has continuously supported partners and customers in 2021, establishing new breakthroughs in 5G, artificial intelligence, cloud, and many other areas. Guo Ping, Huawei rotating chairman, recently confirmed in a new year message that Huawei expects to round off the year with a total revenue of 634 billion yuan (approximately $99.48 billion).

Read more: “Choosing Huawei is choosing a path. The road we're on is bumpy, but rewarding,” says Guo Ping

Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, announced the Clean Hydrogen Partnership will provide EUR 2.5 million to help fund a project to develop low-carbon fuel cells to power data centres. It is hoped this could reduce carbon emissions from operations by up to 100%. The EcoEdge PrimePower (E2P2) project is a novel proof-of-concept initiative aiming to develop and demonstrate low environmental impact fuel cells that provide economic and resilient prime power solutions for the data centre environment.

Read more: Vertiv partners with tech consortium to lead low-carbon fuel cell development for data centres

The Huawei Middle East ICT Competition 2021 has now concluded, with winners of the annual event being announced following several months of national and regional competitions between some of the region’s brightest young minds and leading academic institutions.

Read more: Huawei Middle East ICT Competition 2021 celebrated outstanding regional ICT talent

Ericsson global insights reveal an almost 300-fold increase in mobile data traffic since 2011 – the year in which Ericsson Mobility Report was first published. The findings, based on current and historical network data, are included in the special ten-year edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report November 2021. The report looks back at some of the key trends and events that have shaped the last decade, as well as revealing the latest forecasts toward 2027.

Read more: Mobile data traffic grew almost 300-fold since 2011, says Ericsson report

Nokia has been selected by Ooredoo Group to bring multiple technologies and services, including 5G, as part of a multi-country, five-year deal. The deal, which builds on Nokia’s global partnership with Ooredoo, is already underway and is expected to be completed by 2026.

Read more: Nokia, Ooredoo Group extend strategic partnership for digital transformation

Ericsson launched its Network Data Analytics Function (NWDAF) solution based on smarter data-driven networks that learn and improve. The solution enables service providers to improve customer experience by using the data generated by the network to flag and fix problems.

Read more: Ericsson launches data analysis solution for cloud-native 5G core

Nokia has been selected by Ooredoo Group to supply 5G CPEs and whole-home mesh WiFi solutions to residential and enterprise customers. The Nokia fixed wireless access (FWA) and Wi-Fi solutions will enable Ooredoo to create additional revenue streams through new and exciting offers, such as smart home services and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Read more: Nokia supplies 5G FWA and Wi-Fi solutions for Ooredoo Group

Huawei Cloud Middle East has partnered with Urent, a tech startup focused on redefining mobility rentals in the tech space, to help the company accelerate its digital transformation as it expands its service offerings across the region.  

Read more: Huawei Cloud provides digital edge for mobility online platform

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