WBA’s new report promotes OpenRoaming™ and Passpoint technology to enhance public Wi-Fi interaction. Telecom operators might gain from providing content hubs for managing multiple subscriptions.
D&H Distributing starts FY 2025 strong with a 20% sales increase in key categories like cloud solutions and networking. Amdocs and Google Cloud collaborate to simplify eSIM activation. HP and Oxford Economics found that global leaders are highly enthusiastic about using technology.

Metazoa pioneers AI in Salesforce with their Intelligent Assistant, enhancing administrative capabilities. HP wows with its Spectre Fold, a versatile $5,000 three-in-one device. Japan’s blockchain AI market skyrockets, set to grow by 24.2% CAGR thanks to government support, business adoption, and venture capital investments. Lastly, Emoji 15.1 introduces fresh icons, including headshakes, a phoenix, and more.

Cisco Enhances Webex Teams as Unified App Cisco is introducing a series of updates to its collaboration solution Webex Teams. At the Cisco Partner Summit in Las Vegas, the company announced new products and features that include new desktop and room video conferencing systems, as well as more options to integrate calling and third-party PBXes into the Webex platform. These updates are designed to reinforce Cisco’s single platform approach to delivering consistent experience across all types of enterprise communications workloads running on any type of device. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/y63uhdqm Microsoft and Nokia accelerate Industry 4.0 Microsoft and Nokia have joined hands to accelerate transformation and innovation across industries with cloud, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT). “Bringing together Microsoft’s expertise in intelligent cloud solutions and Nokia’s strength in building business and mission-critical networks will unlock new connectivity and automation scenarios,” said Jason Zander, Executive Vice President at…

Sprint announced that 5G PCs will be available to buy in their stores next year. Those computers will be built around Intel’s chips. The operator won’t be the only one to offer 5G PCs as Acer and Asus also recently declared their plan to produce 5G Intel-based computers. With Microsoft, Dell, HP and Lenovo having already announced their plan to launch 5G laptops, the market will see a total of six companies battling for this new segment, until others tech companies come out with their own project. Intel has fought hard for this, as the company met difficulties competing with Qualcomm in implementing its chips in connected devices, especially in 4G PCs that are supposed to be available in stores this year with Snapdragon chips inside.