Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (Indosat or IOH) has transformed from a traditional telecommunications company to a technology-driven company, also known as a techco. This transition reflects Indosat’s commitment to embracing change and innovation in the rapidly evolving digital landscape. By integrating advanced technology and digital solutions into their core operations, Indosat aims to provide marvelous digital experiences and connectivity to their customers. This strategic shift has been successful, positioning Indosat as a pioneering player in the Indonesian telecommunications industry and boosting digitalization in the country.
The 14th Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF), hosted by Huawei, supported by industry partners GSMA, GTI, and SAMENA Telecommunications Council, redefined traditional boundaries this year by seamlessly blending both virtual and in-person experiences. This unique fusion provided a dynamic platform for stakeholders in the mobile and related vertical ecosystems to delve into the intricacies of 5G business success, nurture ecosystem maturity, and expedite the commercialization of 5.5G technologies.
China is building out the digital infrastructure of its countryside. Yunnan Province in particular shows how, and why, it’s getting results.
Huawei's annual Global Mobile Broadband Forum (MBBF) kicked off in Dubai today. The event began with a livestreamed discussion between Huawei's Rotating Chairman Ken Hu, and the Director General of GSMA, Mats Granryd, about the current state of 5G development and future projections.
Inspired by Africa’s ‘Tree of Life’, Bayobab (formerly MTN GlobalConnect) is committed to providing Africa with next-gen digital solutions across its vast regions. With a foundation rooted in partnerships and a vision marked by ambitious and bold initiatives, Bayobab has successfully merged its rich heritage with its forward-looking aspirations.
Cloud technology stands as a pivotal driver of innovation, efficiency and adaptability in the digital era, proving to be a scalable and cost-effective way to do computing as organizations pursue growth.
In the rapidly changing world of technology, the Asia-Pacific region is leading the way in a groundbreaking movement towards sustainable data centers. With the ongoing growth of the digital age, there is a huge demand for storing and processing data, which has created an urgent need for environmentally-friendly solutions. This region has experienced a significant increase in eco-friendly initiatives, with both industry leaders and governments advocating for sustainability in the data center industry.
Industrialization, brought about by the rapidly evolving technological and economic progress in Asia has come at a cost. Namely, in the form of pollution, resource depletion and global warming. In today's world, with a heightened focus on environmental issues, organizations in Asia are increasingly moving towards embracing green technology and sustainable practices. In the pursuit for environmental sustainability, companies need to adopt eco-friendly technology. Sustainability has evolved into a key focus for many businesses to reduce their negative effects on the environment and boost their productivity and competitiveness.
Asia has emerged as a global frontrunner in the race to fully utilize the revolutionary power of 5G technology, with industry leaders pushing the boundaries of innovation and connectivity. The arrival of 5G holds the potential to transform various sectors, from the medical field to the manufacturing sector, launching a new era of unprecedented speed, dependability and connectedness.
The Asia-Pacific region, known for its vast and diverse landscapes, is undergoing a monumental transformation in its transportation infrastructure. From bustling metropolises to remote rural areas, technological advancements are driving a revolution in mobility and connectivity. The convergence of innovation, investment and sustainability is shaping a future where transportation becomes more efficient, accessible and environmentally friendly.