UK’s Minister for Digital Infrastructure, Matt Warman, announced a new relationship with wireless technology company Qualcomm Technologies Inc., working with the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) 5G Test-beds and Trials Programme.
Dutch-based United Group, a leading telco and media provider, selected Nokia to support its rollout of a next-generation fibre network across Southeast Europe. This will bring new ultra-broadband and 10Gbps services to millions of additional residential and business users.
To help accelerate 5G rollouts, CommScope announced new antenna solutions making it simpler and faster for wireless operators to build their networks.
In a bid to demonstrate the importance it puts into innovation and R&D, Huawei Technologies Co has announced that it will charge a reasonable royalty fee to 5G mobile phones for access to its wireless 5G patents.
Nokia announced the launch of Nokia Edge Automation, a new solution that removes the complexity of managing multiple cloud-based data centers by automating the process from a single platform.
Nokia announced that its AirScale 5G mMIMO Base Station will achieve an average power consumption reduction of 50 percent by 2023, outlining its commitment to climate change and zero emissions.
To strengthen its leadership in 5G business transformation, Huawei is increasing investment in carrier software as a strategy to support 5G business success.
Qualcomm Incorporated announced that its subsidiary, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has completed its acquisition of the world-class CPU and technology design company, NUVIA for $1.4 billion before working capital and other adjustments.
President of Huawei Middle East Charles Yang highlights the company’s efforts to support governments and enterprises in the Middle East region, particularly Qatar, in the recently concluded Milipol Qatar 2021 event. Yang reaffirmed that by building stronger ICT ecosystems and cybersecurity-focused programs, Huawei can contribute to achieving national development visions.
Nokia and du, a leading UAE-based telecommunications service provider from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), announced signing of a four-year 5G expansion deal. Saleem Al Balooshi, CTO of du and Amr K. El Leithy, SVP, Middle East and Africa Market, Nokia signed the deal. As part of the agreement, Nokia will deploy the new 5G sites with its Single Radio Access Network (SRAN) technology. This will deliver 5G services in new locations and address the demand for enhanced broadband services.