M1 has announced the commercial launch of Pinnacle, a Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) platform designed to help businesses embrace new digital capabilities, such as augmented reality and virtual reality, live video analytics and industrial IoT.
Globe, the Philippines' premier digital solutions platform, has set a groundbreaking feat by becoming the first Philippine telco to implement the End-to-End (E2E) network slicing function of 5G Standalone (SA) technology. This step demonstrates Globe's persistent commitment to continuously improving customer experience through technological innovation.
Malaysian operator Maxis has announced that it will sign an access agreement with state 5G wholesaler Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB) in order to advance the country's 5G rollout and stay competitive with rivals who have already signed similar agreements.
Reliance Jio, one of India's telecom networks, is targeting the 250 million people who are still using 2G wireless services in the country by announcing its newest Jio Bharat phone platform, which can update existing feature phones to become internet-enabled.
PLDT has secured provisional authority from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to build two new cable landing stations in the country that will host the Apricot cable system, which is the newest Intra-Asia submarine cable strategically facing the Pacific side of the Philippines.
PLDT Enterprise has enabled the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Cebu City to launch free public Wi-Fi services in 50 barangays, boosting the city's initiatives to enhance its citizens' access to information and other government services.
Globe has made it more convenient for fully verified GCash users to register their SIMs before the July 25 deadline in compliance with Republic Act (RA) 11934, or the SIM Registration Act.
HKBN Enterprise Solutions (HKBNES) recently launched “IT. Simplified” with leading local and global technology brands to digitally empower enterprises of all industries and sizes, especially SMEs, with innovative and professional IT services.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has responded to criticism regarding their failure to enforce cheaper broadband services since the implementation of a new mandate in March.
SLT-MOBITEL, Sri Lanka's leading telco provider, plans to continuously expand 5G trials in the country by partnering with Pristine Innovations, a leading IT and ERP solution provider, to strengthen the 5G application ecosystem. This collaboration intends to develop a platform that will enable the creation of low-latency 5G applications in Sri Lanka.