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Etisalat has selected Ericsson’s Charging System and Ericsson’s 5G Business Support Systems (BSS) as part of its national 5G network evolution.
At the event, Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping delivered a keynote speech, titled “Creating New Value with Synergy Across Five Tech Domains”.
HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, has announced two new additions to its entry-level smartphone family, the Nokia 3.4 and Nokia 2.4 and the Nokia Power Earbuds Lite.
Huawei has announced the appointment of Li Shi as the president for its Cloud and AI Business Group as the company restructures its offerings in these fields.
Ericsson has acquired Cradlepoint, the US-based market leader in Wireless Edge WAN 4G and 5G enterprise solutions.
Oracle Corporation has announced that it was chosen to become TikTok’s secure cloud technology provider.
Visual communications will be vital to helping school staff manage the situation safely and responsibly on a day-to-day basis.
D-Link Corporation has announced three new ranges of switches; The DXS-1210, DGS-1520 and DGS-2000 series.
AVEVA has launched AVEVA Select, a new program designed for partners to gain full access to AVEVA’s comprehensive software portfolio.
Nutanix has announced a new partnership with Microsoft that will enable both companies to deliver a hybrid solution with seamless application, data, and license mobility as well as unified management across on-premises and Azure environments.
Micro Focus has announced the release of Hybrid Cloud Management X (HCMX), the industry’s first cloud-native, multi-tenant cloud management platform that can run in the public cloud or on-premises.
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In response to the pandemic, IT leaders in EMEA are now investing more in cloud-based and AI-powered networking technologies as business recovery plans take shape, according to research from Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.