During GITEX technology week 2021, Telecom Review was able to secure a one-on-one interview with Infinet Wireless CEO, Dmitry Okorokov. The discussion covered various points including the solutions they are displaying at GITEX, why they are the ideal choice for carriers and mobile operators, the long-term expansion plans, among others.

Read more: Wireless connections are the future, says Infinet Wireless CEO

Telecom Review secured an exclusive face-to-face interview with Ayhem Al Zaaim, Red Hat’s head of telco, CEMEA, during GITEX 2021. Focusing on giving telcos the freedom and flexibility to innovate, this opportunity translates to bringing technology in the right possible way, at the right time, at the right price.

Read more: Red Hat’s telco commitment: Continuous innovation and transformation

In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Fahad Al Hassawi, CEO, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du) talks about forging new partnerships and future innovations, during GITEX2021

Read more: Technology lives in harmony for the benefit of humanity, says du CEO

Eng. Nasser Sulaiman Al Nasser, stc Group CEO, has said that he is proud of the Kingdom's infrastructure in the way that it helped the country contain the repercussions of the Corona crisis on the economy.

Read more: stc Group CEO highlights central role of Kingdom’s infrastructure during pandemic

Etisalat and Dubai Police have announced a collaboration to launch an initiative which provides Etisalat customers with free access to the police’s website and mobile applications without consuming internet data.

Read more: Etisalat and Dubai Police launch new initiative to enhance safety and security

In light of COVID-19, the Arab Information Communication Technologies Organization (AICTO) has decided to launch a special platform within the framework of unconventional plans elaborated in the Arab region and the world to cope with the exceptional circumstances.

Read more: New AICTO platform highlights Arab countries’ COVID-19 initiatives

Kuwait Telecommunications Company – stc has announced their distribution of 5,000 vouchers at Ambulance Centers to front-liners and at Kuwait International Airport in an effort to support and welcome citizens arriving back after being away from their home country for so long.

Read more: stc Kuwait advances humanitarian efforts amid pandemic with new initiative

Several countries fighting the coronavirus outbreak are using, or debating, phone apps that trace a person's movements and who they come into contact with, allowing authorities to keep track of infections and alert people in case of contagion risk.

Read more: Contact tracing apps: How countries are monitoring COVID-19

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