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C.P. Group and Telenor Group are exploring the creation of a new telecom-tech company comprising of True and dtac. The new company will be a merger of equals, and bring the best of the two local companies, with the support of its key sponsoring shareholders.

Read more: Telenor and CP Group to explore Thailand telecom merger

StarHub has launched Singapore’s first 5G-capable mission critical communications solution, enabling enterprises and government agencies to communicate with specified groups of people simply by pressing a Push-to-Talk (PTT) button. Named StarHub SmartPTT, the new solution sets up an encrypted enterprise-grade network over StarHub 5G and 4G connectivity, for identified mobile phones to function just like walkie-talkies or two-way radios – boosted with crystal-clear quality, unlimited range nationwide, and first-of-its-kind ‘live’ video feeds.

Read more: Starhub debuts 5G-capable mission critical communications solution

Nokia and TPG Telecom have deployed the Asia Pacific region’s first 5G femtocell in a live network. Using Nokia’s unique modular 4G/5G Smart Node, the solution allows operators to provide their customers with superior indoor 5G coverage from a dedicated femtocell.

Read more: TPG Telecom and Nokia to deploy first 5G femtocell in Asia Pacific

KDDI, Supership Holdings and Supership are jointly developing a next-generation digital advertising platform scheduled to launch in January 2022. The platform will prioritize data privacy while serving highly relevant advertising based on customer lifestyles.

Read more: KDDI partners Supership for digital advertising platform that prioritizes customer privacy

CSG is transforming the way companies engage with their customers by arming today’s leading brands with future-ready, innovative solutions that drive extraordinary customer experiences.

Read more: CSG acquires DGIT Systems to support ease of delivery and monetization of digital ecosystems

Singtel has announced two major moves to unlock value from its quality infrastructure assets and advance its digital infrastructure growth strategy, first outlined in its strategic reset in May. These include a partial sale of Australia Tower Network (ATN), a wholly-owned subsidiary which operates Optus’ passive telecommunications tower infrastructure, and the creation of a regional data centre business which will in turn form part of a regional digital infrastructure platform to capture new growth opportunities arising from the digital wave sweeping Asia.

Read more: Singtel expands data centre business with regional partners, aims growth in digital infrastructure

Indosat Ooredoo, a leading digital telecommunication company in Indonesia, and Cisco have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and intend to collaborate on the development of next-generation connectivity solutions for businesses of all sizes. The partnership aims to accelerate the digital agenda of Indonesia by bringing the benefits of advance connectivity and network solutions to businesses of all sizes and across various industries.

Read more: Indosat Ooredoo and Cisco partner to deliver 5G connectivity solutions to businesses in Indonesia

As remote work continues to be a norm in Singapore, the ability to keep connected with employees and customers anytime and anywhere have become a must have for businesses. With this in mind, Singtel is to the first operator based in Singapore to offer the Unified Communications (UC) Direct Connect service for Microsoft Teams, giving businesses the option to use Microsoft Teams as a key mode of communication by integrating their business contact to their Microsoft Teams. Its functionality integrates with Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams that was launched by Microsoft.

Read more: Singtel launches Unified Communications Direct Connect for Microsoft Teams service for businesses

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