Maxis, a leading telco in Malaysia, inaugurated two new regional internet hubs at the Technical Operations Centers in Kuching and Kota Kinabalu, marking an important step toward improving internet access and meeting rising data demands.

Read more: Maxis Launches Regional Internet Hub to Improve Internet Access in East Malaysia

Globe, a leading digital solutions platform, is improving its E-Waste Zero Program, seeking to target mobile and internet devices in response to worldwide industry trends on electronic waste circularity. This project, which is set to begin on September 1, 2023, is in line with the company's goal of reducing value chain emissions and increasing e-waste circularity activities.

Read more: Globe Shifts E-Waste Strategy, Targeting Mobile and Broadband Device Circularity

SK Telecom (SKT), South Korea's largest telco, has confirmed an investment of $100 million in the United States artificial intelligence firm Anthropic to strengthen its telecommunications-driven AI business by developing a multilingual large language model (LLM) for global telcos.

Read more: SK Telcom Confirms $100 Million Investment in Anthropic

XL Axiata has partnered with Universitas Jenderal Soedirman (UNSOED) in Purwokerto to improve digital education and smart campus solutions. The initiative, which is being supported by XL Axiata Business Solutions (XLABS), intends to develop an innovative digital learning environment centered on the Faculty of Medicine.

Read more: XL Axiata Partners With UNSOED to Develop Smart Campus Solutions

Thai state-owned operator National Telecom (NT) has received approval from its board to invest THB800 million (US$22.5 million) in expanding its network to utilize spectrum in the 26 GHz band. The purpose of this investment is to provide Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) services and connect enterprises to private 5G networks.

Read more: National Telecom Gears Up for 5G Expansion

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