According to the latest Ericsson Mobility Report, global 5G subscriptions are projected to reach 5.6 billion by the end of 2029, with 5G population coverage outside mainland China doubling from 40 percent in 2023 to 80 percent in 2029. The report highlights a surge in 5G adoption, with 160 million new subscriptions in the first quarter of 2024, totaling 1.7 billion. Nearly 600 million new subscriptions are anticipated this year. By 2029, 5G is expected to account for 60% of all mobile subscriptions, becoming the dominant mobile access technology by 2028.

Read more: Ericsson Mobility Report: 5G Subscriptions Projected to Hit 5.6 billion by 2029

In the ever-evolving world of telecommunications, Huawei maintains its commitment to innovation and leadership in the microwave industry. During the 2023 Global Mobile Broadband Forum, Huawei introduced its latest microwave technology, MAGICSwave, which paves the way for a smooth transition to 5.5G with full-band and multi-channel capabilities. The new-generation MAGICSwave supports ultra-wide multi-channel transmission to enhance backhaul efficiency, offering increased capacity for urban areas and longer transmission distances for suburban areas. It boasts a high level of integration, allowing networks to adapt and evolve over the next decade.

Read more: Unveiling Huawei's MAGICSwave: Paving the Way for 5.5G Evolution

Gambia Telecommunications Company Ltd (Gamtel), the primary telecommunications operator in Gambia, has entered a strategic partnership with technology giant Huawei. This collaboration aims to modernize and expand the core network backbone of the state-owned company.

Read more: Huawei to Enhance Gambia's Telecom Infrastructure

Due to the ongoing market weakness, Nokia reported a 19% year-on-year constant currency decline in net sales in the first quarter of 2024. Within a challenging environment, order trends continue to improve year-on-year, particularly in the Network Infrastructure business unit.

Read more: Resilience Amidst Market Volatility: Nokia's Q1 2024 Performance

Egypt’s Ministry of Education officially launched the National Distance Learning Centre for the Continuous Professional Development of Educators. The learning center was developed as part of the UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All project, which is running in Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia from 2020 to 2023.

Read more: Huawei to Revolutionize the Education Sector in Egypt

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