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At the TM Forum’s DTW 2022, President, Director and CEO, Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH), Vikram Sinha, shared IOH’s digital transformation journey in a session titled “A Blueprint of Growth”. In his speech, Sinha highlighted key strategies and desired outcomes, amongst other topics, as well as value propositions when reshaping and repositioning communication service providers for future success.

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The supply chain dilemma has impacted every aspect of technology. There are a vast number of industries that count on chips nowadays, and undoubtedly, the telecom industry is one of them. However, since COVID-19 swept the globe, these sectors have had to contend with a number of difficulties, including a global chip scarcity that may last until 2023, according to studies.

Read more: Chipageddon: Asia-Pacific as the Leading Manufacturer of Semiconductors

Huawei’s annual flagship event, Huawei Connect 2022, has debuted in Bangkok, Thailand. Themed “Unleash Digital”, Ken Hu, the Rotating Chairman of Huawei, shared in his opening address the importance of cloud adoption for enterprises to achieve leap-forward development.

Read more: Cloud-Native Everything as a Service Takes Centerstage at Huawei Connect 2022

With more and more organizations realizing the benefits of digital transformation, enterprise management software solutions and cloud service providers, Yonyou is also quickly expanding its digital ecosystem amid increasing business partnerships within various public and private sectors.

Read more: Yonyou Rolls Out the Next-Gen Cloud ERP  

The telecommunications industry significantly utilizes the internet of things (IoT), and the latter heavily relies on the former as well. The dependency of telecoms on IoT has attracted more research than the opposite. It is only the use of telecommunications in the Internet of things that is deeply known by many.

Read more: IoT’s Impact on the Telecommunications Sector

Singtel has announced a strategic partnership with Intel to establish a 5G multi-access edge compute (MEC) incubator to unlock the potential of 5G connectivity and high-performance computing at the edge. This jointly established, next-generation 5G MEC incubator enables enterprises to develop new 5G use cases and advance the development of innovation applications across verticals.

Read more: Singtel and Intel Launch 5G MEC Incubator for Sustainable Enterprise Digitalization

The most recent study by US-based think tank, International Data Corporation (IDC), suggests that earnings from 5G services in Asia Pacific will increase by the compounded annual growth rate of 137% in 2026, from $106 million last year to $8 billion in the five-year period, thanks to the ever-growing demand for this technology by various industries.

Read more: How Asian Markets Are Ramping Up Their 5G Strategy

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