Digital infrastructure and continuity solutions provider Vertiv has appointed Vai Le as associate channel director for Australia and New Zealand.
Telecommunications providers in the Asia-Pacific region are increasingly turning to selling towers to ease the financial strain they are under, the global ratings agency S&P Global Ratings says in a research note.
Telco Singtel Optus has set aside $140 million for costs associated with the catastrophic breach it announced in September, with the company announcing this as part of its half-year results on Thursday.
The state of Victoria will go to the polls on 26 November. Given that, it is easy to understand why the state's transport authority, VicRoads, has jumped ahead of the pack in saying it will issue new licences to those whose documents were compromised in the disastrous Singtel Optus data breach.
More than a month after it announced a major data breach, telco Singtel Optus is yet to pay a single dollar towards the costs of replacing the passports of users whose data was leaked. iTWire understands that close to 100,000 passports have been listed for protection.
Optus customers, whose passport numbers were exposed in the catastrophic breach suffered by the telco, do not need to get the documents replaced, Optus says in a statement to the Singapore Stock Exchange.
Data stolen during an attack on Singapore's multinational telecommunications conglomerate Singtel, which the company says was exfiltrated on 20 January last year, has been lying on the dark Web since February 2021 and was reposted to a clear Web forum on 7 October, a security professional says.
It appears to be raining data breaches at properties belonging to Singapore's multinational telecommunications conglomerate Singtel, with the telco announcing on Monday that there had been an intrusion into its Australia-based IT services provider Dialog.
Data stolen from Singapore's multinational telecommunications conglomerate Singtel on 20 January last year, during an attack through a file-sharing system from Accellion that was close to end-of-life at the time, has surfaced on a forum on the clear Web. Singtel owns the Australian telco Optus which recently suffered a massive data breach.
Singapore telco Singtel is collaborating with Intel to establish a 5G Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) incubator aimed at enabling enterprises to adopt 5G seamlessly, deploy applications that need low latency processing at the edge, drive innovation and accelerate their digital transformation.
NCS, a subsidiary of Singtel Group, announced that its digital arm, Next, has recorded a 5x increase in headcount since 2019, posting a 2,000-strong team of digital specialists across 18 specialisations in Asia Pacific—half of them based in Australia.
Singapore telco Singtel plans to invest a further US$100 million into Singtel Innov8, its corporate venture arm, raising its total capital commitment to US$350 million.
Hardware security key provider Yubico has appointed Selina Goh to the role of ASEAN regional sales director, Derix Suartyo to the role of ASEAN solutions engineering lead. They are both based in Singapore.
Australian telco Singtel Optus has reported that some of its mobile customers are unable to make voice calls since shortly after 8am on Tuesday.
According to research from Venture Insights in its white paper to commemorate the 30th birthday of Australia’s challenger telco, Australians continue to benefit from lower prices, better service and more innovation with the introduction of Optus as a telecommunication competitor.
The Singapore Infocomm Media Authority (IMDA), the Singapore equivalent of the ACMA, announced the results of its 2.1 GHz spectrum auction.
Pension fund company AustralianSuper has completed the acquisition of a majority stake in Australia Tower Network (ATN).
Optus’ parent company Singtel has entered into an agreement to sell a 70% stake in Australia Tower Network (ATN), a wholly-owned subsidiary which operates Optus’ passive telecommunications tower infrastructure, to AustralianSuper.
COMPANY NEWS by Singtel: As remote work continues to be a norm in Singapore, the ability to keep connected with employees and customers anytime and anywhere have become a must have for businesses. With this in mind, Singtel is to the first operator based in Singapore to offer the Unified Communications (UC) Direct Connect service for Microsoft Teams, giving businesses the option to use Microsoft Teams as a key mode of communication by integrating their business contact to their Microsoft Teams. Its functionality integrates with Operator Connect for Microsoft Teams that was launched by Microsoft today.
Qualcomm announced at the Mobile World Congress that a contingent of mobile communications companies announced their collective support for 5G mmWave technology globally – including key players from a growing number of regions including China, Europe, Japan, Korea, North America and South East Asia.
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