Krypton CEO, Cyrus Salesse has highlighted some of the key fundamental security differences between 4G and 5G technologies as the industry braces itself for the deployment and commercialization of 5G networks across a number of global markets. Krypton which is headquartered in Lebanon is visible in a number of key markets all across the MENA region and has enjoyed phenomenal success under the tutelage and guidance of its CEO. The cybersecurity vendor continues to enhance its market reputation in what is becoming an increasingly ultra-competitive space.
Mr. Toni Eid, Founder of Telecom Review and CEO of Trace Media gives the opening welcome note at the 13th Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit.
Dr. Eesa Bastaki, President, University of Dubai, highlights the history of the technological evolution in his official opening keynote.
Mr. Mike van den Bergh, the Chief Global Strategy and Marketing Officer, PCCW Global gives a keynote about how PCCW Global transformed from a legacy carrier to a technology company.
An Jian, President of Carrier Business Group, Huawei Middle East Region explains in his keynote how to make 5G a commercial success.
One of the interesting sessions at the 13th edition was the debate between Eid and Hatem Dowidar, CEO, Etisalat International.
The Telecom Leaders’ panel was comprised of Hazem Metwally, CEO of Etisalat Misr, Jacek Passia, Regional Executive & Programme Director at Vodafone, Ahmed Mekky, CEO of Fiber Misr, Dr. Ahmed Sindi, CEO of Dawiyat, and Engineer Mohamed Ben Amor, Secretary-General at AICTO. The panel was moderated by Ghazi Atallah, CEO of NXN.
Mr. Patrick Sullivan provided an overview of how Verizon is developing network services and digital interaction with customers to make sure that they are successful in the fourth revolution.
Frederic Schepens, CEO, MTN GlobalConnect, was one of this year’s keynote speakers. He began by reiterating MTN GlobalConnect’s belief that everyone deserves the benefit of a modern, connected life.