What lies ahead for the telecommunications industry in August 2023
The telecommunications industry is in constant motion, evolving and integrating new technologies that are changing how we interact with the world. In this digest, we present five exciting news stories that are impacting the industry and improving people's connection to technology.
FCC announces plans to stop SIM scammers
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced an ambitious plan to stop SIM scammers engaged in SIM card theft and unauthorized access to users' personal data. New rules and technologies offer improved authentication and data protection to prevent unauthorized access.
This event will be a key step in improving the security of telecommunications services and protecting the privacy of subscribers.
Airtel Zambia: Official launch of 5G network
Airtel, one of the leading telecom operators in Zambia, will officially launch a commercial 5G network as early as August this year. This historic event opens up new horizons for the telecommunications industry in the region, providing consumers with high-speed Internet and instant access to cutting-edge technologies.
Digital telecommunications summit
The Digital Telecommunications Summit will be a key industry event this August. The conference will discuss the most important challenges and opportunities of the digital age.
Leading experts will discuss the transition to the cloud, expanding access to ultra-fast Internet, and the introduction of artificial intelligence in telecommunications.
Vodacom offers eSIM for smartphones in South Africa
Vodacom, one of the leading mobile operators in South Africa, has introduced a new technology - eSIM. Subscribers can now easily activate new smartphones without a physical SIM card, providing more flexibility and convenience. This is a significant improvement in the user experience and a reduction in the burden on the production of physical SIM cards.
The introduction of eSIM contributes to reducing the cost of customer service and contributes to a more environmentally friendly approach in the industry.
Shandong Energy and Huawei launch a large-scale AI model in the energy industry
Shandong Energy and Huawei have jointly developed the first commercial large-scale AI model for the energy industry. This cooperation will allow the use of artificial intelligence in the energy sector, which will increase production efficiency and reduce the burden on the environment.
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