Sekou Amadou BAH, CEO of Orange Sierra Leone, gave an exclusive interview with Telecom Review Africa, with a focus on exploring the significance of digital data centers within the telecom sector and how Orange Sierra Leone seamlessly integrates them into its operations. During the discussion, Sekou detailed the hurdles encountered by Orange Sierra Leone during the establishment and upkeep of its digital data centers, along with the strategies it employs to surmount these obstacles. He gave his perspective on the coming years, identifying the most influential emerging technologies or trends he feels will shape the landscape of digital data centers moving forward.
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Sofrecom CTIO Davy Letailleur explains how the company leverages emerging technologies to support the digital transformation within the telecom sector as well as the market trends within the MEA region, among other insights.
Telecom Review conducted an exclusive interview with Reine Mbang Essobmadje, co-founder of Digital Coalition, CEO of Evolving Consulting and vice president of GICAM, to delve into the issue of the lack of women in engineering globally. During the interview, Reine discussed the key factors contributing to the underrepresentation of women in engineering professions and the challenges they face. She highlighted the importance of addressing these barriers to encourage more women to pursue careers in engineering and promote diversity and inclusion in the industry.
Telecom Review Africa recently conducted an exclusive interview with Louis Manu, co-founder and CEO of Wi-flix. The interview aimed to delve into the inspiration behind Manu's entrepreneurial journey. During the discussion, Manu shed light on Wi-flix's distinctive product proposition and how it effectively addresses challenges in a highly competitive market. Moreover, he elaborated on Wi-flix's strategic plans for future growth and expansion.
Telecom Review conducted an exclusive interview with Rajiv Dhand, the regional vice president for Asia Pacific & Africa at TELUS International, to delve into the factors that played a significant role in the expansion of TELUS International's global operations into Africa. During the interview, Dhand discussed the specific opportunities and market potential that TELUS International perceives in Africa. Furthermore, he shed light on the steps that TELUS International is taking to ensure a seamless and prosperous expansion into the African market.
Telecom Review Africa conducted an exclusive interview with the founders and key members of Women for Cyber Africa (WFCA), namely Ghita Slaoui, Founder and President; Housna Hamadet, Founder and Vice President; Sophia Khaldane, Founder and Secretary General; and Samia Jlil, Vice Secretary General. In this discussion, we delve into the pioneering work of Women for Cyber Africa, an organization dedicated to empowering women in cybersecurity.
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Meng Zuo, Vice President of Huawei's Data Communications Product Line, discussed the business growth opportunities and network challenges brought by enterprise digital transformation for carriers. To address these challenges, he shared how Huawei's data communications products and solutions help carriers seize the opportunities of digital transformation and achieve new growth.
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Jawad Jalal Abbassi, Head of Middle East & North Africa at GSMA, provides valuable insights into the current state of 5G deployment and adoption. Here, he discusses GSMA's initiatives to enhance cybersecurity and build digital trust in the region. Abbassi also explores the significance of GITEX AFRICA being held in Northern Africa for the first time and its potential impact on the continent's digital transformation and tech ecosystem. As a prominent figure in the telecommunications sector, Jawad believes that technology and innovation play a crucial role in driving economic growth and social development in Africa.
Telecom Review interviewed Emad Sukker, VP, Head of MENA Region, IHS Towers, to talk more about the development of the telecommunications sector in Egypt and the region as a whole and the performance of telecom companies amid all the current challenges.
Telecom Review Africa conducted an exclusive interview with Salma Jamoussi, a researcher and associate professor at the University of Sfax, Tunisia (with a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence from the University of Lorraine, France), and delved into her experience and expertise in the field of AI. During the interview, she shed light on her intention to utilize Natural Language Processing techniques in her projects and also addressed the challenges that women may encounter when specializing in this field.