Driven by AI technologies, telecom companies are embarking on an accelerated transformation journey. Recognizing that advancing digital intelligence transformation hinges on the integration of vast carrier knowledge, experience, and data with cutting-edge AI technologies, Huawei, the leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices has identified the critical need for this fusion.

Read more: Transforming Telecoms: Huawei ICT Services & Software Enable Digital Intelligence Acceleration

Technology has always been at the heart of global economic development, and always will be. Throughout this evolution of technological advancement, there is one trend that significantly stands out as a key driver in this growth trajectory— the time to market (TTM) of products and services and the speed at which they are released by organizations and businesses.

Read more: 5.5G Pivotal in Exploring Industrial Dividends

Communication has evolved from the ringing of doorbells to the answering of mobile phones. Cellular coverage has been a significant pioneer in the telecommunications industry, greatly simplifying communication. However, with each advancement in this field, new challenges emerge, requiring innovation from global tech leaders to lead the way and introduce groundbreaking ideas. Presently, the primary source of frustration in this domain is the existence of cellular dead zones. The race to address and resolve this issue is intensifying, with a focus on providing the optimal solution.

Read more: Pioneering Global Connectivity: Direct-to-Cell Satellite Technology

Data centers have become the bedrock of every successful enterprise digital transformation initiative by enabling the seamless delivery of emerging technologies such as 5G, cloud, blockchain, AI and so on. To manage the massive data exchanges, data center network technologies encompass a diverse set of components, ranging from servers, storage systems and networking equipment to advanced software that efficiently manages and controls these essential resources.

Read more: Engine of Change: The Essence of Data Centers

During Mobile World Congress (MWC), ITU Secretary-General, Doreen Bogdan-Martin, announced over USD 9 billion in investment commitments from mobile operator groups to extend global connectivity. The announcement builds on the mobile industry's strong support of ITU's efforts to connect the world.

Read more: Telcos Commit USD 9 Billion to ITU’s Call for Universal, Meaningful Connectivity

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