The rapid acceleration towards 5G network mobilisation is pushing service providers all over the Asia Pacific region to find newer and more progressive modes of connectivity and seamless integration across multiple sectors.
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With the aim of celebrating a successful journey throughout fifteen years of operations, Trace Media gathered the teams of Dubai and Beirut office in the amazing Intercontinental Fujairah resort over 4 days for the first time ever in 15 years.
The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), a subset of the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to transform a variety of industries. Digital transformation has reverberated across several, if not all, industries and it will definitely continue to do so over the next few years, especially with the rise of 5G network adoption across the globe, it will give IoT the power to function in the best way imaginable.
As a leading communications service provider in Malaysia with the nation’s only all-IP; all-4G network, YTL Communications is committed to providing class leading mobile Internet services that are not only affordable, but as a platform to enable the next phase of telco evolution -- IR 4.0 and 5G network.
“It does not matter which markets will deploy the 5G test and it does not matter what speed test you have, what really matters is how far you will go to harness the capability of 5G and to benefit your future.”
Having focused on research in the telecom industry in areas ranging from TDM to IP, then to Cloud for over 20 years, Jason Tu Jiashun, Principal Scientist of NFV/SDN Solutions, ZTE Corporation explained in an exclusive interview with Telecom Review Asia how the 5G Slice Store solution encourages vertical industries to participate in orchestration and life-cycle management of network slicing.
The Telecommunications Standardization Bureau (TSB) of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) works on developing international telecom standards. It currently includes 11 study groups which are dedicated to developing standards which range from fiber optics, all the way to the application layer. Some of their study groups are technical in nature, while others are more regulatory in nature such as managing telephone numbers internationally, managing the secure use of IoT-powered devices on 5G networks, managing economic and policy issues, tariffs, international roaming and internet connectivity charges.
“The full range of ZTE’s 5G Flexhaul products use their in-house chips which have high performance and low power consumption to address the needs in the full 5G lifecycle. The 5G Flexhaul solution has completed commercial deployments and pilot tests of more than 30 5G transport networks for global operators. And ZTE has begun massive deployment of 5G commercial transport network in China. Currently, over 20,000 sets of 5G Flexhaul products are delivered. ”
With Malaysia poised to be one of the next key players in the race towards 5G deployment in Southeast Asia, Telecom Review Asia Pacific sat down with TM ONE’s Chief Network Officer, Ir. Azizi Hadi to discuss the transformative plans for 5G in the region and the importance of working closely with customers to ensure a smooth and seamless transition into the next phase of the digital revolution.
On its sixth annual event, MEF19 promises to showcase the tremendous digital transformation progress in the areas of global, cloud-centric services and related automation. MEF 3.0, SD-WAN, Carrier Ethernet, Lifecycle Services Orchestration, 5G and Intent based networking are just some of the topics to be covered at MEF19, which will be held on 18-22 November 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Telecom Review sat down with Kevin Vachon, MEF Chief Operating Officer to get an insight into the upcoming event.