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.
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review Africa, Samson Isa, regional managing director, West Africa, Clickatell, talked about how chat can help to grow revenues. He also spoke about how Clickatell can enhance customer experience and build a loyalty relationship along the way. Isa also detailed the keys to achieving successful chat commerce.
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.
Telecom Review Africa had the opportunity to have an exclusive talk with Kevin Vachon, COO, MEF on the sideline of AfricaCom. As MEF COO since 2006, Kevin leads a team that builds, supports and scales the MEF’s ever-increasing mix of global programs activities. He is actively engaged with MEF’s global member and partner community and has a broad perspective on the important role that MEF plays in the industry and how to deliver results.
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.
At their core, great companies are ultimately built and defined by their people. With a world-class organization guided by the direction of a visionary leader, Eng. Yasser Shaker, Orange Egypt today has evolved with an enormous turnaround into a pre-eminent ICT service provider with a wide scope of services that is beyond connectivity!
On the sidelines of AfricaCom 2022, Telecom Review Africa was able to conduct an exclusive one-on-one interview with Ericsson’s Head of Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility — Middle East and Africa, Ayub Osman, to discuss the company’s focus and actions in regards to furthering sustainability and becoming carbon neutral.
Over the years digital transformation and especially the digitalization of its services, became the center of inwi’s development strategy. It has initiated real breakthroughs on the Moroccan telecom market by offering enterprises tailored, generous and secured solutions which enable any company, of any size and any business sector, to unlock its full potential to succeed in its digital transformation.
In an exclusive interview with Telecom Review Africa, Magesh Balakrishnan, Head of MEA Sales at Radisys, announced the launch of Radisys’ Reach Phone Lite, an affordably priced 4G feature phone designed to help Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) across Africa and the Middle East migrate 2G and 3G voice-only users to 4G networks by enabling superior experiences. Magesh also discussed the Open Radisys tenets and how that strategy is infused in their business practices to help service providers build customer loyalty.
PROSE, the spinoff of Rosenberger Technologies' antenna and wireless product portfolio, was announced in early 2022. We connected with Vick Mamlouk, the Senior Advisor at Rosenberger Technologies, to shed light on the essence of this new brand, their current business environment, and the growth outlook within the wireless industry.