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SK Telecom has developed and applied a system that checks the safety of cell towers using drones and image analysis AI.
Japan’s NEC Corporation, NTT Communications Corporation, Toyota Tsusho Corporation and Internet Initiative Japan Inc. have announced that they have signed a contract with JSC Uzbektelecom for a telecommunications infrastructure development project.
MBSB Bank has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CelcomDigi as part of its continuous digitalization journey to future-proof its banking operations and enrich customers’ experiences. This maiden partnership between the Islamic bank and the country’s largest telecommunications company will support MBSB Bank in continuing to serve its customers better and, at the same time, enhance its operational efficiency.
Telin, along with OneQode, a global Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) company operating a latency-optimized international carrier network and high-performance cloud platform, have announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on a joint go-to-market strategy for global managed Internet and network, as well as application performance optimization services.
The United States government, through the US Trade and Development Agency (USTDA), is providing NOW Telecom Company, Inc. a $2.15 million grant to fund a feasibility study for the development of reliable and secure nationwide 5G mobile and broadband networks in the Philippines.
AWS has launched the AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region, its second in Australia, to allow developers, startups, entrepreneurs and enterprises, as well as government, education and nonprofit organizations, to run their applications and serve end users from AWS data centers located in Australia.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has established an expert focus group to explore international technical standards for the metaverse.
KDDI announced that, in partnership with Samsung Electronics and Fujitsu Limited, it has initiated the commercial deployment of O-RAN compliant 5G Open Virtual Radio Access Network sites in Osaka City, Japan, on January 19.
The innovation arm of Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM), TM R&D, has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ZTE Malaysia Corporation (ZTE), a leading global provider of information and communication technology solutions, to collaborate on optical network research, bringing the first 50 Gbps bandwidth experience to Malaysia.
Globe Telecom has announced that the $150 million Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network (PDSCN) is on track for completion in April this year.
Intelligent automation outperforms costly, labor-intensive and manual processes, making a provision for remediation and delivering enhanced network performance. In an interview with Telecom Review Asia, Ricky Boyle, senior vice president, business development, B-Yond, delved deep into the importance of network automation and how operators can meet SLAs in today’s hyper-connected world.
One of the distinguished guests during the 16th Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit was Dr. Atsuko Okuda, head of ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. Together with the Telecom Review Group Founder Toni Eid, she was part of the debate focusing on “Building the Asian Dream,” where she was also a panelist in the event’s esteemed Women in ICT panel.
In an exclusive interview with Joe McStravick, managing director of international for BlueJeans by Verizon, he explains why the future of work is hybrid and how digital platforms are driving a new era with virtual, remote and hybrid events.
The healthcare industry has witnessed a big leap with IoT technology. The ability of the Internet of Things (IoT) to connect real-time data with users — together with the emergence of ultra-low latency, high bandwidth 5G — is a game-changer for the healthcare industry.
As part of their omnichannel messaging strategy, application-to-person (A2P) messaging is a way that enterprises connect with their customers. This simple yet direct method of communicating with customers has proven to be popular over time.
The internet became more affordable for users of different income groups all over the world in 2022, according to an assessment by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).