MTN GlobalConnect’s initiatives seek to bring the company closer to realizing its purpose of “enabling the benefits of modern, connected life for everyone.” In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, MTN GC’s CEO, Frédéric Schepens, detailed the company’s recent milestones and latest financial results. He explained the challenges and opportunities, the steps being taken to achieve its Ambition 2025 strategy and its distinct workforce culture, among other informative insights.
Ericsson MEA: Strongly Promoting Mobile Finance and Energy-Efficient Products
During MWC 2023, Telecom Review held an exclusive interview with Fadi Pharaon, president of Ericsson Middle East and Africa (MEA), to discuss their participation in this year’s event, their contribution to the MEA region’s 5G demand and his insights on Africa’s technological trends.
Ooredoo Tunisia CTIO: ‘By Disaggregating the Telco Stack, We Aim To Do More Partnerships and Innovation’
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Ooredoo Tunisia CTIO Hatem Mestiri talked about the concept of openness for telecom operators and how the company is focusing on attracting more partners to bring more innovation.
ZTE Zhao Peng: ZTE digital innovation shaping limitless potential in the MEA region
Telecom Review Africa conducted an exclusive interview with Zhao Peng, SVP, ZTE Corporation, to discuss the challenges of 2022 and his opinion on the development trends of ICT technology in the MEA region. He also gave a sneak peak of some of what ZTE will show at the MWC 2023 event in Barcelona.
We Need More Women Mentors in Cybersecurity, Says MTN’s Celia Mantshiyane
Speaking exclusively to Telecom Review during GISEC 2023, Celia Mantshiyane, chief information security officer, MTN South Africa, delves into the dynamics of cybersecurity and empowering women in this male-dominated domain.
Philippe Wang, Huawei: 'Providing Quality Products and Services is a Priority for Our Company’
Telecom Review Africa conducted an exclusive interview with Philippe Wang, Executive Vice President of Northern Africa, Huawei to discuss the economic growth of Africa Also, he shed light on the solutions of decarbonizing infrastructure and improving energy efficiency on network challenges. Wang tackled the subject of how can technologies help modernize industries, and shared some thoughts about the necessity for industries to keep innovating to promote clean power generation, green infrastructure, and smart and green energy.
Telecom Egypt’s Infrastructure: Data-Empowered and Innovation-Driven
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, Eng. Adel Hamed, managing director and CEO at Telecom Egypt, talks about the importance of being an infrastructure industry leader, the company’s upcoming submarine cable projects, its strategies and goals for 2023 and more.
Salima Amira: We Will Contribute Positively to Growing the Digital Economy in Morocco and Across Africa
Telecom Review Africa conducted an exclusive interview with Salima Amira, country manager, Microsoft Morocco, to discuss the partnership between UM6P and Microsoft. Also, she shed light on how to close the sustainability skills gap and shared some thoughts about how to inspire other women to succeed in the ICT sector.
Ericsson: Providing Limitless Possibilities with Limitless Connectivity
Speaking exclusively to Telecom Review Africa during MWC 2023, Hossam Kandeel, vice president and head of Ericsson Global Customer Unit MTN, and Customer Unit MTN Africa at Ericsson, shared his company’s vision for enabling consumers, enterprise, and communities in Africa.
Malcel: A Dream in Malawi Made Concrete
Aiming to be Malawi’s first digital network operator with a goal of providing digital solutions to everyday problems for their customers, Malcel, a locally-founded Malawian company, joins five other mobile service providers — TNM, Airtel Malawi, MTL, Access and Nyasa Mobile. Its Chief Executive Officer and founding member, Bonface Ndawala, pledged that Malcel has onboarded a talented team of experts with extensive experience in the mobile service industry.