In The Spotlight
Telecom Review Asia interviews Leo Jiang, chief digital officer of Huawei Cloud, Asia Pacific Region to find out about Huawei Spark’s role in accelerating startups to scale-ups in the region, as well as highlights of the upcoming Spark Founders Summit
PCCW Global has launched a new IX-as-a-Service (IXaaS) that makes it easier, faster and more flexible to order, provision and pay for IX services from some of the world’s largest Internet Exchanges (IXs).
Telecom Review Asia interviews David Lu, president, strategy marketing department, Huawei Asia Pacific Region to find out how ICT infrastructure will become a key enabler in transforming economies, industries, environments, and lives as we transit into an intelligent world.
Nokia secured a 5G RAN contract for China Mobile on Monday, making this the company’s first 5G contract in the country.
Korea’s leading technologies exhibition Smart Tech Korea held a dynamic exhibition from 23 - 25 June despite the still ongoing pandemic.
Fueled by an intensely competitive operating environment in Indonesia’s mobile sector, Indosat Ooredoo partnered with Comviva in delivering a front-to-end real-time marketing management platform, as well as subscribers’ loyalty and rewards program to yield increased customer retention and revenue within months from implementation.
In the 5G era, networks must be flexible, scalable and agile. To support the evolving needs of digitalized economies, the industry is undergoing an overhaul, slowly transiting from legacy radio access networks (RAN) to open RAN as network operators aim to expedite cost-effective 5G network rollouts to expand networks and meet the surge in demand for connectivity to power future-ready networks.
By Idris Vasi, head of sales, Nokia Cloud and Network Services, Asia-Pacific & Japan
We are now living in an age of increasing technological innovation. You could even say that we are experiencing a technological renaissance as more people and businesses are adopting advanced technologies at unprecedented rates. However, they are also doing it faster than many cities – especially those within Asia-Pacific.