Swedish telecommunications giant Ericsson revealed their ambitious plans for 5G deployment in China. Ericsson endured a number of high-profile setbacks in recent months, but they've disclosed some of its strategies in relation to the 5G deployment in China '“ which is a market they feel is the future of global communications.
Smart Axiata Co., Ltd. (Smart), the leading mobile telecommunications operator in Cambodia, has partnered with 365squared, an international managed services provider specialized in revenue assurance and managed solutions, to remove the effects of spam for Smart's subscribers and monetize its application-to-person (A2P) SMS traffic through the 365secure service. This service was successfully deployed for Smart in Cambodia in October 2016 to help deliver a better service for more than 8 million Smart subscribers and provide new revenue opportunities.
Samsung has announced its support of YouTube's global HDR playback on television for the first time, through an expanded version of the YouTube application. The YouTube Application is currently available on all 2016 Samsung Quantum dot TVs and UHD TVs.
Hong Kong Telecom plans to construct a fiber optic link connecting Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate (TKOIE) and Chai Wan.
China Telecom's international communications arm, China Telecom Global, and Nepal '˜s major telco, Nepal Telecom, have reached an agreement to deliver IP services in Nepal via a new terrestrial cable that connects China and Nepal via Jilong (Rasuwa) Gateway.
Ericsson has signed a five-year contract with Ooredoo Group to implement its Revenue Manager charging and billing system across the Group's footprint in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa, starting with Indosat Ooredoo, its largest operation, in November, followed by deployment across its other operations in 2016 and 2017.
Australian Stock Exchange-listed telco, Vocus Group, has contracted Alcatel Submarine Networks to construct its 4600km Australia Singapore Cable (ASC) that will connect Perth in Western Australia with Singapore via Jakarta.
An Australian suburb is set to undergo a dramatic transformation from a derelict town into a 21st century metropolis. Springwood, a suburb of Logan City, is located about 20km from Brisbane '“ and it has remained relatively untouched since the 1990's. However, the dreary suburban town has been identified by developers and environmental planners alike as the ideal location for an incredible new high-tech smart-city.
Singapore's three mobile network operators '” M1, Singtel and StarHub '” have adopted the GSMA's Mobile Connect authentication standard enabling their customers to accessa variety of online services with their mobile number. The Mobile Connect service is already used in 22 other countries
Singtel's Australian subsidiary, Optus, has opened an Advanced Security Operations Centre (ASOC) in Sydney, the latest in a global network operated by Singtel subsidiary Trustwave.