The 5G, AI, VR and robotics dominated GITEX 2018 but credible use cases from operators were lacking
Analysys Mason attended the GITEX event, held in Dubai in October 2018. It is the principal technology event in the Gulf region for telecoms operators and technology vendors to share their visions for the future. This comment provides a summary of the main highlights from this year's event.
"Revenue from 5G-enabled digitalisation in the Gulf region could exceed USD56 billion by 2030."
At this event, several operators announced partnerships and gave demonstrations of 5G, AI, VR and robotics. However, these operators still appear to be, at least from what was shown at GITEX this year, unclear on how to materialise their visions and take full advantage of the opportunities enabled by new technologies. This comment provides a summary of the main highlights from this years event.
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