ZTE Corporation, a leading global provider of ICT solutions, has partnered with True Corporation to transform Wyndham Royal Lee Phuket's digital experience by developing an industry-leading all-optical Wi-Fi solution for high-end serviced apartment-style communities.
Axiata Group's profits were negatively impacted by an asset charge related to its Nepalese unit, but most of its operators experienced growth. In the third quarter of 2023, the company reported a widened loss of MYR 797 million (USD 171.5 million), compared to MYR 52.4 million in the same quarter last year.
Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is planning to launch the National Multimodal LLM Programme (NMLP) in partnership with AI Singapore (AISG) and the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), to boost Singapore’s artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities.
At the 17th edition of Telecom Review Leaders’ Summit Middle East telecom leaders join hands on stage to celebrate the first year of 5G-Advanced – an initiative launched by Telecom Review to celebrate regional leadership in 5G technology and ambition in 5G-A.
On December 4th, Chunghwa Telecom reached a significant milestone by signing a contract with Singtel for their innovative 5G network slicing services. The collaboration aims to utilize Singtel's Paragon platform to create an integrated service platform for 5G network slicing and cloud applications. This platform will allow customers to quickly deploy their 5G slicing applications and access the necessary cloud resources.
The electronics industry saw an increase in foldable phones in 2023, with 18 launched and one more expected to be released by the end of the year.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced that Malaysia-based drone solutions provider, Aerodyne, is using AWS to run its DRONOS software as a service (SaaS) platform. DRONOS helps drone operators worldwide by allowing them to analyze and make sense of drone data to optimize operations and conduct aerial inspections.
Telekom Malaysia reported that it doubled its profits in Q3, due to lower costs and taxes. Despite facing market challenges, the Malaysian operator saw its profit surge by 102.9% from MYR 265.2 million to MYR 538.2 million (USD 114 million). This increase was primarily due to lower taxes and reduced net finance costs.
ZTE Corporation, a global leading provider of ICT solutions, has piloted an AI industrial-quality inspection system with China Mobile and Changzhou Xingqi Technology. This effort uses Cloud SPN computing and network convergence to deliver cost-effective edge computing capacity to help industrial businesses shift into digital and intelligent production.
China Unicom faced challenges in operating a customer contact center serving users in 31 provinces. Despite using chatbots and agents, customer satisfaction was low. The chatbot had difficulty accurately answering questions due to voice recognition issues. Agents also faced challenges due to different products and services across provinces, resulting in high labor and operational costs.