Libya is in discussion with British companies to develop its national telecom sector. Faisel Gergab, the chairman of the Libyan Post, Telecommunications and Information Technology Company (LPTIC) and Lydie Sheehan, the country manager of British business relations in Libya and Tunisia, have met for this matter.
As part of the signing of a series of contracts for targeted development projects between the DRC and Egypt, and in the presence of the Head of State, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi, the Egyptian company Benya Capital and the Société Congolaise des Postes et Télécommunications (SCPT) finalized the contract for the deployment of 16,000 kilometers of optical fiber across the Democratic Republic of Congo.
From Athens, Greece to Lagos, Nigeria and all across their regional offices, Channel VAS celebrated international Women's Day and its #ChooseToChallenge campaign theme, through various activities.
As we partner with leading vendors of 5G technologies such as Nokia, Huawei, and ZTE, and with leading telecom operators around the world, we are seeing clearly that 5G is not gaining ground only because of the low latency it provides, but also because of its important benefits such as huge network capacity allowing for more developments of 5G fixed networks - which we at Telecom Review have experienced during our hybrid Summit last November - or more 5G deployments for mobile services.
South Africa's information regulator has protested WhatsApp's plans to share user data with Facebook, vowing to engage directly with the popular messaging app to ensure its compliance to national privacy laws.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said he would stand aside later this year as chief executive of the company he built from a startup into one of the world's most valuable firms.
Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, announces that Rajeev Suri, former Nokia CEO, will join the business and assume the role of CEO and become a director of Connect Bidco Limited, the holding company for Inmarsat, from 1 March 2021. Rupert Pearce will step down as CEO from 28 February 2021.
Telemedia, broadcasting and teleport service provider in South Africa has partnered with ABS, a global satellite operator, to provide teleport services for the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Orange Business Services, a network-native digital services company, has announced that it will design and build a new data center to provide cloud services for Egypt’s ‘New Administrative Capital'.
Head of the Egyptian Space Agency, Mohammed El-Qousi said that Egypt is set to launch a satellite in December 2021, in addition to other projects to establish space science in the country.