Philippines’ fiber broadband provider Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. announced it is now offering its Data Center Express (DC Express) to address high-capacity requirements of its customers from the residential and business sectors.
SK Telecom announced that it has collaborated with the startup firms AhnLab Blockchain Company and Atomrigs Lab to develop its digital wallet service called Web3 wallet.
BBIX, a subsidiary of SoftBank Corp. that operates an Internet Exchange (IX) business, has entered into a partnership agreement with NEC Corporation for its data center connectivity project.
Japan’s telecom equipment provider NEC has acquired Ireland’s Aspire Technology.
SES and AXESS Networks (AXESS), a leading provider of satellite connectivity solutions, are accelerating the digital transition of the mining industry with SES’s second-generation medium earth orbit (MEO) system O3b mPOWER. Under this multi-year, multi-million agreement, the mining sector users will be able to benefit from the cutting-edge low-latency Onshore Energy & Mining mPOWERED connectivity service.
The worldwide public cloud services market, including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service – System Infrastructure Software (SaaS – SIS), and Software as a Service – Applications, grew 29.0% year over year in 2021 with revenues totaling $408.6 billion, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC).
PLDT announced that its US-Transpacific Jupiter Cable system is now available for service.
ZTE Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding with Multimedia University (MMU), to build the labs with Malaysia’s first 5G SA end-to-end system for local 5G network development. Once completed by December 2022, the system will cover networks such as core network, transport network, access network and so on.
SK Telecom announced that its two technologies related to the control and interworking of quantum cryptography communication networks were adopted as new work items at the ITU-T meeting held in Geneva, Switzerland.
Huawei held the “Fast, Reliable, and Green Data Center” Forum on the Huawei APAC Digital Innovation Conference 2022 to discuss how enterprises can build new generation data centers in the digital economy to cope with several challenges, such as rapid data volume growth, data protection, and low-carbon. This forum attracted over 500 customers and partners from various industries and countries in the Asia Pacific region.