By An Jian, president of Carrier Networks Business Group, Huawei Middle East

The “best-effort” service provided by traditional mobile networks can no longer keep up with the diversified requirements of vertical industry applications. These requirements include ultra-low and deterministic latency, mobility, reliability and tenant security isolation. An example is the power system differential protection under the ultra high-reliability and low-latency communication (URLLC) scenario. When a switch command is delivered, the communication between the master and slave differential protection terminals involves electrical vector contrasting and verification of transmission path parameters. The network needs to provide a deterministic delay of 20 ms and a jitter of 600 us or less.

Read more: Huawei proposes 5G deterministic networking to enable differentiated services for thousands of...

The ‘connected’ car, while still in its early stages, is expected to improve traffic flow and most importantly, consumer safety. However, concerns have been on the rise about the cybersecurity element of these vehicles.

Read more: Connected cars: a golden safety opportunity or a hacker’s playground?

Trend and Challenges of Digital Network O&M

4G changes lives, while 5G changes societies. 5G networks need to support scenarios of ultra-large bandwidth, ultra-low delays and massive connections, to serve various vertical industry applications such as automatic driving, industrial control, smart grid, large videos and AR/VR.

Read more: AI meeting slicing, 5G network O&M becomes more intelligent

Ralf Pichler (47) was named the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Detecon International, one of Germany’s leading management and technology consulting companies. The Deutsche Telekom Group’s own corporate consultancy and subsidiary of T-Systems supports national and international customers of all industries in their digital transformation. As CEO, Pichler aims at accelerating Detecon's growth course in group-external business and also further expanding Detecon’s role as T-Systems’ consulting pillar for digital business.

Read more: Strategy and digitalization expert to lead Detecon International

As part of its expansion plan in Lebanon, Huawei announced the launch of its official e-commerce platform in Lebanon. Customers can now buy their favorite Huawei devices in one click. The Huawei Store offers a wide selection of Huawei items including smartphones, accessories, headphones, wearables, tablets and much more.

Read more: Huawei launches first e-commerce platform in Lebanon

Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC (DFM: “du”) published today its financial results for Q2 2019, reporting AED 3.19 billion revenues, AED 1.47 billion EBITDA and AED 464 million net profit after royalty for the second quarter of the year.

Read more: EITC (du) announces 2.5% growth in Q2 2019 net profit

By Yan Fisher, Global Evangelist, Emerging Technologies, Red Hat

Undoubtedly, landing on the Moon 50 years ago has to be one of humanity’s greatest technological achievements. The much-written about technologies that took us to the Moon pale in comparison to the phones we have in our pockets today. But, what were the technology innovations that got us to the Moon, and what are the innovations that will take us to Mars?

Read more: From the Moon to Mars: How computing will help mankind make the next giant leap

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