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Displaying items by tag: StarHub

Wednesday, 01 December 2021 11:55

TPG Telecom allocated 2.1GHz spectrum in Singapore

The Singapore Infocomm Media Authority (IMDA), the Singapore equivalent of the ACMA, announced the results of its 2.1 GHz spectrum auction.

Published in 5G

The first 5G standalone or "SA" RAN Sharing Network has been deployed by Nokia for the M1-StarHub joint venture in Singapore to enable nationwide 5G coverage while ushering in an era of "game-changing 5G SA services"

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Nokia and Singapore-based communications solutions operator StarHub have teamed up again to deploy a new cloud-native 5G core network to manage 5G standalone (SA) bandwidth demand that has been projected to grow rapidly.

Global connectivity service provider Epsilon has appointed former Colt Tehnology Services executive Warren Aw as its new managing director, Asia-Pacific to lead its commercial strategy in the region.

Published in People Moves

Nokia and Singapore-based communications solutions operator StarHub are conducting South-East Asia’s “first live” 5G non-standalone (NSA) network trial across Singapore, running until 16 February 2021.

Published in Networking

Singapore's telcos have chosen Finland's Nokia and Sweden's Ericsson for their 5G networks, leaving China's Huawei, the biggest global provider of 5G equipment, out in the cold.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Thursday, 12 February 2015 19:59

Soprano sings benefits of new Gamma release

Mobile messaging vendor Soprano Design has launched the second generation release of its enterprise-grade solution Gamma.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 15:31

Fujitsu & NEC to build new Asian cable

Fujitsu and NEC have been awarded contracts by a consortium of Asian telcos for a new submarine cable system that will link Japan, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.

Published in Networking
Reduced levels of customer churn, revenue and subscriber growth have emerged as major benefits to telecommunications companies from the bundling of services, with a prediction that single-service offerings may soon be a thing of the past.

Published in Home Tech




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