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Effective September 1, China Broadband Communications rebrands as CBC Tech to reflect the company’s vision to become a next-generation network-as-a-service (NaaS) provider. CBC Tech will focus on providing elevated customer experiences and technological innovations to enable global enterprises to grow in China, as well as empowering Chinese companies that plan to penetrate overseas markets.

Read more: China Broadband Communications Rebrands as CBC Tech

Leading global ICT provider, Huawei today hosts the 11th edition of the Seeds for the Future Program in Singapore. For the first time in conjunction with the program, Huawei also debuted the Tech to Build Your Career seminar at Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), which participants learn about the future of tech careers and foster entrepreneurship.

Read more: Huawei Launches Tech Seminar to Inspire Next-Gen Leaders

In its commitment to accelerate technology breakthroughs and digital transformation, Maxis is working closely with its 5G Alliance partners on initiatives to create and commercialize 5G use cases and IoT solutions across industries in Malaysia and Asia-Pacific.

Read more: Maxis 5G Alliance Adds New Partners to Advance Tech Breakthroughs

M1 Limited has announced that it will undertake an ambitious multi-year project that aims to provide ubiquitous 5G standalone (SA) offshore coverage for the southern coast of Singapore, including the surrounding waters of the southern islands.

Read more: M1 Debuts 5G Offshore Coverage for Singapore’s Southern Coast

M1 has announced ZΩH as its latest Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) partner. As a telecommunication service offering from enterprise network and ICT provider Lifeway Singapore, ZΩH will leverage M1’s advanced mobile network infrastructure to offer mobile services specifically to enterprise customers.

Read more: M1 Onboards ZΩH as New MVNO Partner

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