Malaysian operator Maxis officially launched its 5G services on August 15, following the signing of access agreements with the nation's operators by state-owned 5G wholesaler Digital Nasional Berhad.
Taiwanese chipmaker MediaTek is reportedly exploring the potential of 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) in India.
Optus has announced plans to develop 5G-enabled smart gadgets in partnership with leading telcos Ericsson and MediaTek.
Smart Communications, PLDT's wireless arm, has taken an important step toward a more sustainable future by embracing solar energy to power its cell sites around the country. The "Solar and Energy Storage as a Service" (SESaaS) model intends to improve power availability in places with little or no commercial electricity, promote a greener network and reduce carbon emissions.
SK Telecom (SKT), South Korea's largest telco, has confirmed an investment of $100 million in the United States artificial intelligence firm Anthropic to strengthen its telecommunications-driven AI business by developing a multilingual large language model (LLM) for global telcos.
Vi Business, Vodafone Idea's enterprise arm, has partnered with Yotta Data Services to expand its data center colocation and cloud services offerings to address the growing digital landscape's increasing demand for greater security, connectivity and cloud solutions.
Vietnam is getting ready to auction off the 700 MHz spectrum for mobile use. This spectrum, which is capable of supporting 5G technology, became available after Vietnam made the switch from analog to digital TV.
Wolley Inc., a company specializing in high-performance data storage interfaces and controllers based in Silicon Valley, has announced the formation of its CXL Design and Integration Services Group. This group will focus on the implementation of ASIC and FPGA for data center and AI/ML computational applications.
PLDT and Smart have been working closely with the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) to strengthen the country's cybersecurity infrastructure against cyberattacks, including those believed to be state-sponsored.
Globe, a leading telco in the Philippines, has teamed up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to launch the nation's first private 5G standalone (5G SA) network.