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Before the pandemic, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned about worsening food scarcity as the world’s population grows in the next few decades. Following the COVID-19 outbreak, the United Nations reported that the severity of a food scarcity has been brought forward – doubling in numbers in the Asia-Pacific region to affect more than 265 million last year.

Read more: How APAC countries are gearing up for Agriculture 4.0

Powered by 5G, eSIM or embedded subscriber identity module is a rising technology that is threatening to replace traditional SIM cards. With 5G revolutionizing connectivity, eSIM emerges as a seamless way to harness greater connectivity between a future of billions of IoT devices. Instead of relying on physical SIM cards, eSIM is the embedded alternative that uses remote SIM provisioning (RSP) to download a user’s profile onto a device, to provide users full control of connectivity management and the ability to switch networks as desired.

Read more: eSIM and its impact in an hyperconnected world

In an exclusive interview with Samer Halawi, chief commercial officer, Intelsat, Telecom Review has gained insights about network convergence and the important role of satellites for modern connectivity. In addition, we are enlightened on the innovating steps the leading satellite communications provider has taken to serve the needs of telcos and transform into reality the needs of businesses and governments across numerous verticals.

Read more: Intelsat: “We’re solidifying our position as the trusted global network provider”