In this industry, many businesses are built on the experiences they provide their customers with and Avaya has been a key player when it comes to enabling this. Avaya has created customer-based intelligent communications experiences for both customers and employees alike for over a century. The company now provides innovative solutions to enhance communications through the cloud, on premise or hybrid cloud.
At GITEX, Telecom Review secured an interview with President of Avaya International, Nidal Abou-Ltaif, to discuss the vendor’s presence at GITEX and the region in general.
Telecom Review TV managed to secure an exclusive interview with Etisalat International CEO, Hatem Dowidar onsite at the 11th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit.
The dynamic visionary has helped solidify Etisalat’s position as a global leader in the telecommunications ecosystem - and in a forthright interview with us he spoke about Etisalat’s role in 5G, the new technologies that are reshaping our societies and the impact Etisalat Digital has had.
A simple hardware or software upgrade are simply not enough to evoke transformation within industries. Indeed technology could play a very vital role in improving the quality of education.
A well-educated population could pose a very valuable resource for any given country. Many years ago, the UAE embarked on a mission to streamline and modernize its education system. Ankabut is a national research education network which has made it their mission to fulfil this aim through connecting local universities with private networks through the use of dark fiber optics.
At GITEX this year, Telecom Review journalists sat down with Ankabut’s CEO Dr. Fahem Al Nuaimi, to discuss the benefits of using technology in education.
The best LTE networks are the foundation of the best 5G performance in non-standalone (NSA) 5G architecture, according to Aji Ed, CTO Middle East and Africa, Nokia. In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Nokia’s MEA CTO outlined the importance of strong 4G network for great 5G performance.
Atmail is an email platform solution company from Australia. With 20 years of email expertise serving telecommunications and hosting providers across every continent, Atmail currently powers more than 170 million mailboxes worldwide. In an interview with Telecom Review, Atmail’s Chief Sales Officer, Erik Jan Rijnders, explains why telcos should move their customer email platform to the cloud
Etisalat is one of the MENA region’s leading Telecom operators. With 143 million subscribers across 15 different countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, along with services ranging from broadband to mobile and its ability to provide its customers with innovative solutions, it is no doubt that Etisalat has managed to consolidate such a significant presence in the region and distinguish itself as one of the top operators.
As one of the leaders in driving the digital transformation, Huawei showcased all of their newest innovations at Gitex 2019, held at the Dubai World Trade Center. Alaa Elshimy MD & VP of Huawei Middle East was present at the event. In an exclusive interview, he spoke to Telecom Review and explained how 5G is bringing infinite possibilities not only to individuals, but to vertical industries across the Middle East.
the first vendor to deploy 5G commercial live networks in four continents, it is no wonder that pioneering customers and operators select Ericsson as their 5G partner. These include multiple operators in the United States, South Korea, Europe as well as in Australia and UAE. At Gitex, the biggest technology exhibition of the Middle East, Telecom Review sat down with Fadi Pharaon, SVP and Head of Market Area MENA to discuss his first month in his new position.
du participated in GITEX technology week for the 14th year running. Their objective this year was “humanizing technology” for their customers in a bid to make the digital transition less “overwhelming” for their customers. Deputy CEO of Telco Services, Fahad Al Hassawi, spoke in an exclusive interview with Telecom Review and gave details about the company’s progress in rolling out 5G for its customers.
The 12th edition was held on March 29th at The Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon, and attracted over 450 attendees from over 20 countries. The video shows our expert attendees sharing their opinion about this edition.
The Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit has become an integral fixture in the ICT calendar, and is widely regarded as one of the most important events in the telecommunications sector. The 12th edition was held on March 29th at The Phoenicia Hotel in Beirut, Lebanon, and attracted over 450 attendees from over 20 countries.
Over 600 leaders from the global ICT industry were in attendance at the 11th edition of the Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, which was held on December 10-11, 2018, at The Meydan Hotel, Dubai, UAE.
The Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit that kicked off under the theme of ‘It’s all about Smart Networking’ attracted participants from over 35 countries which acutely illustrates the global reach of the conference.
Telecom Review held the 10th edition of Telecom Review Summit under the theme "It's All About SMART Networking", in Lebanon on April 13th, 2018. Held under the patronage of His Excellency Mr. Saad Hariri, President of the Council of Ministers of Lebanon, the Telecom Review Summit gathered over 450 attendees from over 18 countries, and hosted Lebanon's first 5G trial conducted by local telecom operator Alfa and Swedish vendor Ericsson.
The Telecom Review Summit 2017 in Dubai was bigger and better than ever, covering two days for the very first time. This video explores some of the topics discussed at the Summit, featuring exclusive interviews with just some of the influential attendees at the event. Join us as we revisit the Telecom Review Summit – It’s All About SMART Networking.
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