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Ericsson and Zain Jordan have signed a strategic agreement at GITEX GLOBAL for the modernization and the expansion of voice services using the existing Ericsson Cloud IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem), solidifying an already strong partnership between the two organizations.

Read more: Ericsson’s Cloud IMS to modernize and expand voice services in Jordan

Qualcomm Technologies announced the Qualcomm® ultraBAW RF filter technology for bands up to 7 GHz, another innovation that builds on the company’s modem-to-antenna solution that is driving high-performance 5G and connectivity systems across wireless product segments.

Read more: Qualcomm’s new RF filter to enable next-gen 5G and Wi-Fi solutions

Atrebo, together with Telefónica Tech, announced the use of TrustOS, Telefónica Tech’s Blockchain platform, to register the 200,000 telecommunications infrastructures managed by Atrebo's TREE platform, including towers and other sites. Thanks to this operation, infrastructure managers will have information on their actual status in near-real time and with total confidence, providing traceability and transparency to tower operations, both in terms of operations and logistics.

Read more: Atrebo and Telefónica Tech join hands to digitize 200,000 telecommunications infrastructures

Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) solutions, and Ooredoo Oman, one of the largest communication service providers in the Sultanate, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for talent development.

Read more: Huawei, Ooredoo set to advance digital talent development

Nokia is showcasing several path breaking Industry 4.0 use cases at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) in Dubai World Trade Center from October 17 to October 21, 2021. Nokia solutions are designed to help enterprises realize their business goals by improving operational efficiency while gaining greater control over their infrastructure. The demos are in line with the UAE's Government's Vision 2021 to maximize the use of technology to build a more sustainable and progressive world.

Read more: Nokia presents solutions to boost industry 4.0 at Gitex2021

Nokia and Orange have signed an agreement to increase the use of refurbished equipment in telecoms infrastructure. Refurbished network equipment will be offered by Nokia to all Orange subsidiaries via BuyIn, the procurement alliance of Orange and Deutsche Telekom.

Read more: Nokia, Orange share a vision of circular economy for infrastructure

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