Author: Gabey Goh
KL-based Neuroware is on a mission to help developers take advantage of blockchain technology, enabling and supporting them as they rebuild financial services across the globe … but that’s just the beginning, Gabey Goh writes.
M1 Limited has launched what it's calling “Singapore’s first nationwide next-generation 4G network,” promising download speeds for customers of up to 300Mbps.
With a go-to-market strategy that’s centred on working with telco operators and not against them, for Singapore startup GNum Pte Ltd, it’s all about the careful positioning of its product within the comfort zone of decision makers.
It’s hard enough convincing people to work for startups because of the uncertainty, it’s double hard in this part of the world where parental say-so is still a cultural force, writes Gabey Goh.
It’s been a great year for Singapore-based visual recognition solutions startup ViSenze, with a bevy of awards and new customers coming its way, capped off by a successful funding drive and penetration into new markets. Gabey Goh has the story.
Exciting time as data becomes more central to everyday life SEA data centre industry facing challenge from Singapore
According to an Economist Intelligence Unit report sponsored by HDS, CIOs have won the respect of the business but reaching the next level will be difficult; it may take more than technical expertise to convince senior management that today’s successful CIO will be a good choice for tomorrow’s CEO.
In a move to “safeguard commuter safety and interests,” the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore has introduced a basic regulatory framework which is expected to come into effect by the second quarter of 2015.
To enable a better-connected world, three things must happen: The business community must embrace digital reformation; governments and regulators must set clear connectivity targets and lower the financial and regulatory barriers to ICT access; and ICT leaders must work to make the online experience more compelling to those who presently lack connection.
Earlier this year, Cisco said it would spend US$1 billion over the next two years to build a network of clouds called the Intercloud. A Cisco senior VP tells Gabey Goh what led to the birth of the Intercloud, and what lies ahead.