Digital Services

  • A Glimpse of a Holographic Future with Microsoft HoloLens

    A Glimpse of a Holographic Future with Microsoft HoloLens

    With a focus on modern life, Microsoft Holo Glasses will provide a totally new view of our smartphones, tablets and TVs, and be perfectly matched to the use of our digital devices. Microsoft Holo Glasses aren't just hardware, they're functional fashion, and more stylish than the geeky Google glasses were in 2013. They scale down Microsoft’s existing HoloLens 2 technology into a slim wearable that fits comfortably on the face and comes with snap-on frames that allow the swapping of styles in a minute.

  • Network solution providers collaborate to accelerate IoT deployment in Germany

    A consortium of German network solutions providers has combined their expertise and capabilities in a bid to accelerate the deployment of IoT network rollouts across Germany. Telent, which is an organization that specializes in networks systems for critical infrastructure has formally announced that it aims to accelerate the deployment of LoRaWAN and enterprise IoT solutions for smart city, transport, energy and Industry 4.0 sectors all over the country.

  • TDRA Raises Digital Awareness Through Dynamic Program

    digital societal initiative

    To enhance community well-being and economic sustainability and to solidify the UAE’s leading position at the global level, the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) has launched the Digital Society Initiative to encourage awareness regarding the use and adoption of digital means to improve various segments of society.

  • Vodafone UK steps up its digital focus with new AI initiatives

    Having abolished roaming charges in 50 destinations and introduced industry-leading care initiatives like TOBi the chatbot in April, Vodafone UK has made even more improvements that put customers' needs at the heart of its service including new AI digital customer service initiatives.

  • ZTE, Deutsche Telekom partnership develops smarter and safer cars

    ZTE, a major international provider of telecommunications, enterprise and consumer technology solutions for the Mobile Internet, has developed the new smart adapter CarConnect in cooperation with Deutsche Telekom. The device now appears in a completely revised version. In addition to faster access to mobile Internet, drivers are offered new functionalities and more security.