Huawei has launched the latest edition of its annual education program Seeds for the Future in the Middle East. The program aims to bridge the talent gap that exists in the technology sector today by involving students, academics, and various other stakeholders in building a stronger and more sustainable technology ecosystem in the region.

Read more: Huawei’s Seeds for the Future 2021 program aimed at enriching tech talent in Middle East

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. achieved the milestone of completing the world’s first 5G mmWave data connection. This was powered by the Snapdragon® X65 5G Modem-RF System, including new mmWave capabilities for global expansion with support for wider 200 MHz carrier bandwidth and enabling Standalone (SA) mode services over mmWave.

Read more: Qualcomm completes world’s first 5G mmWave data connection

With focus on enhancing its cybersecurity offerings, Enea has now completed the takeover of AdaptiveMobile Security Ltd, a leading provider of security solutions for mobile networks. The enterprise value of AdaptiveMobile Security amounts to approximately EUR 45 million on a cash and debt free basis

Read more: Enea strengthens cybersecurity portfolio for mobile networks

Nokia and Vodafone have launched a jointly developed machine learning (ML) product, running on Google Cloud, to quickly detect and remediate network anomalies before they impact Vodafone customers.

Read more: Nokia and Vodafone roll out new machine learning product for network anomalies detection

According to published Q2 2021 results of Nokia, top-line strength continued in the second quarter, with constant currency net sales up 9% year-on-year, driven by growth across all business groups. Moreover, important progress was seen in line with the company’s three-phased strategy where Mobile Networks strengthened its competitiveness with AirScale radio and baseband launch and Network Infrastructure continued to gain share in the first half with +20% sales growth in constant currency.

Read more: Nokia’s strong start to 2021 continued in the second quarter

Ericsson investors decide to drop their stock holdings, bringing the vendor’s share closing price to 103.84 Swedish krona (SEK) on July 16. This has been the sudden reaction following the news of its Q2 losses as an impact of a downfall from China’s market share.

Read more: Ericsson shares collapse under pressure from China situation

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