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5G-Advanced to Herald a New Era of Digital Innovation and Intelligence in the Middle East

The event was attended by high-level speakers and guests, including regulatory authorities from the Middle East represented by the UAE Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA), industry groups represented by the GSMA and WBBA, ICT solution providers, enterprises, analysts and ecosystem partners. . And members of the media. M. Saif bin Ghalita, Executive Director of Technology Development Affairs at the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, delivered the opening speech at the 5G-A Leaders Forum. Other notable speakers at the forum include Jawad Abbasi, President, MENA Region, GSMA; Martin Kreiner, General Manager, WBBA; Khaled Murshed, Head of Information Technology at e&UAE; Karim Benkirane, Chief Commercial Officer at du; Cao Ming, President of Wireless Solutions at Huawei; Liu Zhiyong, deputy chief engineer of China Telecom; and Dr. Philip Song, Chief Marketing Officer of Huawei Carrier Business.

M. Saif Bin Ghalita, Executive Director of Technology Development Affairs at the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, said: “Commercialization of advanced 5G technology has become imminent due to the readiness of both the standards and the ecosystem. TDRA intends to develop a national plan for advanced 5G network, and is committed to promoting abundant spectrum planning and allocation for further mobile network development. In the 5G-Advanced symphony, collaboration orchestrates progress. Let our collective efforts resonate across borders. We’re not just network engineers; We are agents of progress. “

During the summit, the UAE launched the 5G-A network and announced plans for the UAE to launch a nationwide 5G-A network. The announcement was made in the presence of senior representatives from TDRA, e&, du, SAMENA Council, GSMA, WBBA, MEIG and SHOWMAC.

In line with its economic vision, the UAE attaches great importance to building ICT infrastructure and developing technology. The country was one of the first to adopt 5G technology, and its deployment has already reaped many benefits. The UAE has plans underway to successfully deploy its advanced 5G network.

In addition, several industry representatives announced the “Middle East Glasses-Free 3D Industry Initiative” to promote widespread commercial use of glasses-free 3D work. After years of development, the core technology of glasses-free 3D viewing has matured, and users can easily and freely enjoy a natural and comfortable 3D experience through various peripherals. The high speed and low latency of 5G and 5G-A networks, the powerful processing power of computing network, and the power of AI capabilities will enhance the true immersion and interaction convenience of glasses-free 3D viewing, providing users with a new, upgrading visual experience.

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