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Nokia and Ericsson commit to India for 5G
Both companies will manufacture 5G network components at their existing facilities in India, according to a report in the press
Corning celebrates 50 years of optical fibre innovation
Over the past 50 years, research and development of fibre optic technology has enabled the development of new technologies in data communications, video streaming, cloud computing and more
The growing role of AR and VR in education
We are finally seeing highly accessible use-case scenarios of augmented and virtual reality in the education sector
Mobily trials 5G spectrum sharing technology in Saudi Arabia
Mobily and Ericsson test 5G on low band for extended 5G coverage
Education Week roundtable rescheduled for technical reasons
Roundtable will be aired on Monday, 21st September
Western Digital: The evolving storage needs of the smart campus
In the run up to ITP's Education Week 2020, we caught up with Khwaja Saifuddin, senior sales director for the Middle East at Western Digital, to discuss the key trends that are affecting the industry today
Unlocking the potential of eSIM for consumers
Said Zantout, head of solution area OSS, core and cloud at Ericsson Middle East and Africa, looks at the opportunities that eSIM technology can unlock for consumers
Schlumberger, IBM and Red Hat announce major hybrid cloud collaboration for the energy industry
Historic agreement expands access to DELFI cognitive E&P environment to address customers’ deployment preferences
Five reasons to go for a 5G mobile
With the region’s carriers starting to offer 5G, now is a good time to upgrade your mobile phone from 4G to 5G. With a 5G mobile phone, not only can you enjoy blazing connection speeds, but it also helps you be more productive and saves time – making it an especially relevant and useful device in the age of remote working. Here are five compelling reasons to go for a 5G mobile