Malaysian-based operator Axiata Group has officially completed the transfer of a final tranche of towers from PLDT’s subsidiaries to its unit in the Philippines, closing a deal to acquire and lease back 2,710 sites.
2degrees, one of the leading telcos in New Zealand, has successfully rolled out its next-generation 5G technology in five more areas in the country: Nelson, Oamaru, Greymouth, Gore and Masterton.
SoftBank Corp. plans to roll out Network Access Associates Ltd.’s (OneWeb) satellite communication services in Japan to improve low-latency communication services in the country.
Ericsson and Singapore's M1 have joined forces to implement advanced 5G routers. Ericsson has been chosen by M1, a leading operator in Southeast Asia, to upgrade its 4G/5G mobile transport network with the deployment of the Ericsson Router 6676.
NOW Corporation and Fortinet have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance cybersecurity solutions for 5G-enabled networks catering to enterprise clients in the Philippines, supporting the country’s digital transformation efforts.
Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison has partnered with China Mobile International Limited (CMI) to offer innovative and competitive digital solutions for customers around the world.
SPTel, a joint venture between ST Engineering and SP Group, has launched its Edge Cloud solution, which offers Infrastructure-as-a-Service capabilities. This solution allows businesses to access services such as Virtual Machine-as-a-Service, Container-as-a-Service, Storage-as-a-Service and Backup-as-a-Service. It provides scalability and rapid resource provisioning for businesses. The solution incorporates the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) GreenLake edge-to-cloud platform, enabling businesses to easily scale, manage and monitor their edge cloud resources.
Nokia will deploy its state-of-the-art, modular Interleaved Passive Active Antenna (IPAA+) to accelerate Globe Telecom’s 5G expansion across the southern islands in the Philippines.
Malaysian operator Maxis recently conducted a trial of the 6 GHz spectrum in collaboration with Universiti Malaysia (UM). The purpose of the trial was to enhance network traffic and explore potential use cases such as cloud computing, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR).
Japanese network operator KDDI has signed an agreement with SpaceX to provide satellite-to-cellular service in Japan.