News of Note—Huawei, Orange to open joint innovation center; Telecom Egypt taps Nokia for 5G deployment

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> Huawei and Orange signed an agreement to form the Orange-Huawei IT Joint Innovation Center. Release

> Telecom Egypt signed an agreement with Nokia to deploy a 5G network and evaluate use cases of 5G in Egypt. Release

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> JMA Wireless announced a deal to deploy its virtualized RAN software on Wind Tre’s network in the city center of Bologna, Italy. Release

> NTT Communications completed its acquisition of a majority stake in IoT and MVNE provider Transatel. Release

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