Stc Bahrain secures “Most Innovative Use of 5G Technology” award

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Bahrain-based leading telecommunication company, stc Bahrain has been awarded as the ‘Most Innovative use of 5G Technology’ at the International Finance Magazine Awards 2021.

According to the statement, the accolade was presented to stc Bahrain for its role in driving Bahrain’s digital transformation in line with the Kingdom’s economic vision 2030.

As the Kingdom’s first commercial 5G network operator, stc Bahrain continues to push the boundaries of technology and innovation to usher in a new digital way of life while also improving Bahrain’s connectivity and infrastructure. stc Bahrain has been a driving force to continuously introduce innovative solutions and the latest technologies to the Kingdom.

Nezar Banabeela
Eng. Nezar Banabeela
CEO – Stc Bahrain

“We are proud to receive this prestigious award and are confident of our vital role as enablers of digital transformation and innovation in Bahrain. In line with the Kingdom’s economic vision 2030, we are continuing to break boundaries and connect people, businesses, and communities with our powerful and award-winning network. Moving forward, our mission at stc Bahrain is to enhance our customers’ lives by empowering them with the latest digital technologies and to empower the next wave of connectivity within the Kingdom. Through the adaptation of transformative technologies such as IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), cybersecurity, and more, we are determined to pave the way for a digitally-literate and multi-connected society.”

“In 2019, stc Bahrain adopted the latest 5G core technologies, spectrum sharing between LTE and 5G, the latest spectrum management technologies and agile transport layer technologies with global leading ICT solutions provider Huawei,” as per the statement.

Through this milestone, stc Bahrain is working actively towards developing IoT service applications, including asset tracking, fleet management, connected cars, smart homes, and other cloud-based services.

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