Mobily Kicks-off Leap 2023 in Style With Big Partnership Announcements Across Smart Cities, Gaming, Artificial Intelligence and More
Mobily, Leap’s strategic digital partner has unveiled a series of agreements and partnerships across a wide range of technology fields such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), gaming, digital infrastructure and more on Day One of LEAP 2023.
As the thousands of delegates, experts and industry leaders attend the first day of the event to discuss, learn and collaborate on the future vision of technology, Mobily is already working with industry leaders to help usher in a whole host of new products and services.
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Highlights on day one for Mobily are announcements of new Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with companies such as Ericsson, Nokia, and Abunayyan Holding as well as government related entities such as the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate.
Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate
The Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate and Mobily have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that seeks to promote digital transformation in the Al-Ula Governorate by building the digital infrastructure of the region through better communications, information technology and digital services that improve the user experience. This is part of the authority’s aim to raise the overall quality of services and life for residents and visitors to Al-Ula as in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 goals.
The partnership is part of Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate’s wider aims to enhance cooperation across other sectors to make Al-Ula the ideal destination for living, working and visiting as well as for the arts, heritage and culture. Mobily will provide advanced services in various areas such as cloud computing, cybersecurity and more.
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Mobily Pay has made an agreement with Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson to become the company’s technical support by providing ADM application development and management, which allows Mobily Pay to develop and launch new products and services to enhance the customers experience service for Mobily Pay. This in turn will increase the number of projects that can be delivered as well as execute solutions faster at a lower cost for Mobily Pay.
In a separate deal Mobily and Ericsson successfully deployed the Ericsson Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based network solution for predictive and automated network management to enable, enhanced and smart end-user experiences in Saudi Arabia. As the Kingdom continues to implement its ambitious Vision 2030, the number of connected devices is expected to grow, propelling forward the need for improved network capabilities.
Enabled by the presence of big data, and ever-expanding and more accessible computing power, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based network solution redefines the very nature of network operations, solving complex challenges and supporting today’s dynamic and multidimensional connectivity requirements.
Ericsson’s AI-based network solution delivers comprehensive Machine Learning (ML) based 5G network diagnostics, root cause analysis and recommendations for superior user experiences. The smart, automated network diagnostics capabilities of Ericsson’s cognitive software suite results in proactive network optimization, supporting Mobily in identifying and resolving network anomalies and constantly providing reliable connectivity.
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