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Headquartered in Singapore, UnaBiz is a multi-tech IoT service provider that has delivered over 1.4 million sensors in 28 countries worldwide. The 5-year-old scale-up has recently raised US25 million in its Series B funding and is looking to grow its capabilities and develop solutions in specific verticals.  

Read more: UnaBiz partners with Kinéis to provide satellite IoT connectivity for logistic and transportation

HKT’s loyalty program and digital ventures arm - The Club, announces its strategic collaboration with Google Cloud to develop an innovative hyper-personalisation platform, named Copernicus, to integrate into The Club’s digital ecosystem across its business pillars. Combining its strong network and database with Google Cloud’s expertise and state-of-the-art technology, The Club aims to provide customers with a uniquely tailored online digital experience. 

Read more: HKT’s digital venture arm partners Google Cloud to up customer experience

WeTV, Southeast Asia’s leading video-on-demand (VOD) and over-the-top platform (OTT), has announced plans to aggressively ramp up its presence in Southeast Asia in 2022 and is welcoming local brands and advertisers in the region to join forces in reaching out to WeTV viewers.

Read more: Tencent’s WeTv to grow new content partnership in Southeast Asia

Minister Annuar Musa had commissioned the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to undertake the task of raising telecommunications towers to ensure that towers do not have equipment at the ground level for areas susceptible to flooding.

Read more: Higher telecommunications towers to counter Malaysia flood

ZTE has been selected by China Telecom in the operator's core router centralized procurement 2021, with the core router ZXR10 T8000 gaining a market share of 30% in the CR-A1 (single device) section, and winning the CR-A2 (cluster) section with the highest score in overall ranking. 

Read more: ZTE chosen by China Telecom in core router centralized procurement

Ericsson, Telstra, and Qualcomm Technologies have achieved the highest uplink peak rate ever recorded on a commercial network during a live demo in Queensland, Australia. Together, they reached an uplink data speed of close to 1Gbps, paving the way for more seamless experiences in use cases such as live video streaming and social media content sharing.

Read more: Ericsson, Telstra, and Qualcomm Technologies achieve highest uplink peak rate

Maxis has been selected by integrated water supply company Ranhill SAJ Sdn Bhd (Ranhill) as their voice and cloud connectivity provider. Maxis will leverage its extensive portfolio of converged solution offerings and capabilities to support Ranhill’s digitalization journey focusing on greater operational efficiency and customer service excellence.

Read more: Maxis to power Ranhill’s voice and cloud connectivity

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