A recent study conducted by Juniper Research, a leading authority in smart cities markets, predicts that the potential savings from smart grids will increase by 249% by 2029, up from USD 84 million in 2024. This growth will benefit both utilities and consumers.

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NTT DOCOMO recently announced the launch of Japan's first demonstration experiment of a self-powered hydropower cellular base station on May 30th. The experiment involves DOCOMO's hydroelectric power-generation system and a jet turbine developed by Professor Yukihiro Shimatani of the Prefectural University of Kumamoto.

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ZTE Corporation, a global leader in integrated information and communication technology (ICT) solutions, recently reaffirmed its dedication to advancing AI innovation for the betterment of society at the AI for Good Summit 2024 in Geneva, Switzerland. As a Gold Sponsor, ZTE's participation marked its fourth consecutive year at the event, highlighting the company's commitment to driving AI innovation for the greater good.

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Mobile banking is officially the most popular form of banking in Cambodia, with transactions via mobile phones increasing while internet transactions are decreasing. Data from the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) shows that mobile banking transactions grew by 11% to KHR 746.7 trillion (USD 164 billion) in 2023, while internet banking transactions (using laptops and PCs) decreased by 7% to KHR 74.5 trillion.

Read more: Cambodia Embraces Mobile Banking as Internet Transactions Decline

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