In The Spotlight
It is unclear whether Nigeria’s ICT sector and its telecommunications industry is ready to roll out 5G technology and operators are remaining silent regarding this issue.
Telecom Egypt announced its Q2 2019 results ending 30 June 2019. The operator registered revenue growth coupled with implementation of successful cost initiatives.
Releasing 5G mmWave capacity is expected to boost the global economy valued at $565 billion, says the GSM Association (GSMA). This figure will represent 2.9% of global GDP growth by 2034.
Nigeria’s internetwork connectivity was lately affected by financial and regulatory issues which forced the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to step up.
A report commissioned by Kenya's blockchain and Artificial Intelligence (AI) taskforce has called upon the government to apply these technologies in the fight against corruption and ensure transparent transactions within governmental institutions.
MATRIXX Software is a company fuelled by innovation and is currently leading the way in the digital commerce revolution within the telecoms industry in light of the latest cloud and 5G technologies.
Telecom Review secured an exclusive interview with MATRIXX Software CEO and co-founder, Dave Labuda, during his recent visit to their regional offices in Dubai. Labuda rose to prominence following the success of his company, Portal Software, in the late 90s. He later sold the company to Oracle in 2006.
In an era where technology is present in our daily routine, security and privacy represent a big question mark. Talking to Security Domain Leader for EMEA region at Oracle, Mr. Marcel Rizcallah, at the 12th Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit, he highlights the importance of a strongly secure database and elaborated more about Oracle’s first autonomous database.