PLDT Inc. (PLDT), a leading integrated telecommunications company, has successfully tested the first 50G Passive Optical Networks (50GPON) in the Philippines.
Maxis Berhad has extended its partnership with Telekom Malaysia (TM), the leading fiber network provider in the country, to strengthen the nation's broadband infrastructure.
Papua New Guinea's telecommunications regulator has granted Starlink a five-year license to operate in the country, while also vowing to crack down on illegal operations of low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite terminals.
Ciena and KT have successfully completed the construction of South Korea's first nationwide 600G transmission network. This project, led by the South Korean telecommunications company, aims to address the growing data traffic from AI, cloud, and 5G, and prepare for future services like 6G.
In collaboration with Intel and Dell Technologies, UNICOM Engineering has significantly broadened its portfolio of immersion-ready servers. This strategic expansion is in response to the escalating demand for enhanced computing power within the contemporary data-driven landscape.
SK Telecom (SKT) and Thales Group have succeeded in testing advanced quantum-resistant cryptography. The testing of the 5G standalone (SA) network and 5G SIM included measures to ensure subscriber identity encryption and decryption, safeguarding against quantum risks and potential "record now, decrypt later" attacks.
GULF and AIS are collaborating through the ‘Gulf x AIS Solar Synergy: A Spark of Green Energy Network’ project to provide energy and digital technology to communities in Thailand.
In a pioneering move, Dialog Axiata, Sri Lanka's premier connectivity provider, has unveiled a groundbreaking feature that allows customers to effortlessly transition from conventional SIM cards to the more secure eSIMs using compatible Android or iOS devices. This marks a significant milestone as the first-of-its-kind service introduced in Sri Lanka.
Vertiv, following the introduction of the world's inaugural tropical data center testbed in Singapore, has declared its dedication to fostering collaboration. Recognized as the Sustainable Tropical Data Centre Testbed (STDCT), this facility represents a noteworthy stride in the realm of sustainable data center innovation. The collaboration leading to its establishment involves two universities and has received financial support from the National Research Foundation.
HKT has successfully established the first 5G Private Network at Kwong Wah Hospital, which signifies the digital transformation of public healthcare in Hong Kong.