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Rosenberger Technologies Co., Ltd. and the Suzhou branch of China Mobile Group Jiangsu Company Ltd, signed a 5G strategic cooperation agreement in Kunshan (Jiangsu Province). This is yet another major cooperation project between Rosenberger and China Mobile, that involves Rosenberger and China Mobile carrying out trials of different applications of 5G, including mobile networks development, construction field testing, and building of industrial ecosystems, etc. This agreement is of great significance, as it fosters the continuous innovation and development of 5G technologies, bringing substantial benefits and value creation potential for both organizations.

Read more: Rosenberger deepens partnership with China Mobile for 5G technologies

MediaTek announced its new M80 5G modem which combines mmWave and sub-6 GHz 5G technologies onto a single chip. The M80 supports ultra-fast speeds on both non-standalone (NSA) and standalone (SA) architectures, with a peak rate of 7.67 Gbps in the downlink and 3.76 Gbps in the uplink. The M80 also supports dual 5G SIM, dual 5G NSA and SA networks, and dual Voice over New Radio (VoNR) for more reliable connectivity.

Read more: MediaTek releases new M80 5G modem combining mmWave and sub-6 GHz 5G techologies

StarHub Mobile Prepaid customers can now easily send money to family and friends across a large footprint of over 40 countries in as quickly as a day through the StarHub Prepaid app, which now comes integrated with digital remittance in partnership with Singapore fintech and licensed Major Payment Institution Pay2Home.

Read more: StarHub introduces new prepaid app for customer convenience and transparency

The Payment Service Provider Omise has implemented the Netcetera 3-D Secure Server to secure online payment transactions in the APAC region. Netcetera, a market leader for digital payment solutions, offers certified products for 3DS payment processing, and promotes secure and frictionless consumer authentication. With the go-live beginning of January 2021, Omise is among the first PSP customers to implement the latest EMV(R) 3DS 2.2 protocol, enabling them to increase the approval rates and reduce fraud.
PSPs, merchants and acquirers need to reduce the risk for non-authenticated transactions, associated refunds and lost revenue, while at the same time establishing a frictionless flow and improving the cardholder experience during online shopping. Finding the right balance of serving both security and convenience is a challenge.

Read more: Omise secures payments in Asia with 3-D secure technology

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