Technology

Hisense®, a leading television and appliance manufacturer and UEFA EURO 2020™ partner, launches one of its strongest product present to date. As an international brand excelling in meeting consumer needs across markets, Hisense is exhibiting its ultra-premium TVs that push the boundaries of display technology, including an unbelievably-thin self-contained TV. 

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE: HPE), today announced two new offerings to help enterprise customers simplify the adoption of IoT. First, Aruba ClearPass Device Insight delivers a single pane of glass for device visibility employing automated device discovery, machine learning (ML) based fingerprinting and identification. Additionally, Aruba introduced the Aruba 530 and 550 Series access points, an extension to the industry’s most advanced family of 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) IoT-ready access points. Together, these solutions allow enterprises to remove IoT security and connectivity barriers, while decreasing associated operational costs and complexities.

Ecolab Inc., the global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services, has launched the Ecolab Smart Water Navigator, a free online tool to help businesses in the  Middle East and Africa (MEA)  and throughout the world improve their water management in the face of rising water scarcity.

In 1994 Toyota did something unprecedented in motoring by launching its first crossover sport utility vehicle (SUV), the Toyota RAV4, revolutionizing the segment and redefining the meaning of adventure ever since. Now, almost three decades later, Toyota is redefining the rules with the all-new fifth-generation RAV4, which was launched by Al-Futtaim Toyota, pioneer of sustainable mobility in the UAE since 2008.

Volvo Cars today reveals the Care Key, allowing any Volvo buyer to set a speed limit for themselves, their family members or friends. The Care Key will come as standard on all Volvo cars from model year 2021.