Nokia introduced its new Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) Wi-Fi solution and MX Boost for private wireless that leverage the importance of wireless networks in connecting industrial assets for organizations implementing Industry 4.0 use cases and the growing adoption of private 4.9G/LTE and 5G.

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Ericsson’s strategy is to be a leader in mobile infrastructure and to establish an enterprise business. To execute on its strategy and growth ambitions while continuing to invest in R&D to maintain its technology leadership, Ericsson announced changes to its group structure and executive team.

Read more: Ericsson’s New Group Structure Takes Effect From June 2022

Nokia announced two new software-as-service (SaaS) offerings which help communication service providers (CSPs) and enterprises strengthen their energy efficiency efforts and optimize the management of home devices. This is the latest push by Nokia to provide its customers with faster time-to-value in operating their telecom networks and delivering new services.

Read more: Nokia’s New SaaS Offerings Represent Significant Change for Telcos

Ooredoo Qatar and Ericsson extend their partnership to deploy 4+0 carrier aggregation microwave hops as Qatar gears up to host the world’s most anticipated football tournament in Q4 2022. This first live deployment globally of Ericsson’s high-capacity, 4+0 MINI-LINK carrier aggregation will improve the 5G user experience across the country.

Read more: Ooredoo Qatar, Ericsson ready to unleash full 5G experience

stc, Nokia and MediaTek announced that they have successfully verified 3 Component Carrier Aggregation (3CC-CA) in a 5G Standalone (SA) network in the city of Makkah for the first time in the Middle East and Africa. Carrier Aggregation (CA) allows mobile operators to reach higher throughputs by combining FDD and TDD spectrum and efficiently utilize their spectrum assets to enhance the 5G user experience. CA will allow stc to deliver leading 5G services to its customers, as well as achieve a faster time to market for new 5G use cases.

Read more: stc, Nokia achieve industry first in Middle East and Africa

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