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Indonesia on the verge of becoming a digital economy giant in SEA
GSMA report estimates that assigning 700 MHz to mobile broadband would deliver US$11 billion over 10 years.
Telco Deep Dive 2017: Malaysian spectrum refarming: Where are we after a year?
Where are the Malaysian telcos at in regards to their spectrum refarming? DNA takes a look in its latest Telco Deep Dive.
5G is a ways off, but gestation is shorter this time
Edwin Yapp reflects on his time spent at MWC Shanghai and comes away with a few conclusions.
ZTE sets its sights on Asean to boost growth
ZTE has made inroads through its pre-5G and upcoming 5G technology. Edwin Yapp reports from Mobile World Congress Asia.
LTE set to become the dominant mobile access technology: Ericsson Mobility Report
In Indonesia, LTE subscriptions will grow significantly with a projected 65% of total mobile subscriptions by 2022.
XL Axiata enters the black with US$12.25 mil net profit, revenue declines
PT XL Axiata Tbk posts a year-on-year net profit of Rp160 billion (US$12.25 million) from a loss of Rp507 billion (US$38.8 million) for 9M16, ended in Sept 30.
Shelf life of IT pros: The quest to stay technical
Spurred on by a recent columnist comments, Edwin Yapp ponders whether techincal personnel in the wireless industry reach a ceiling and wonders whether it should be so.
Maxis and U Mobile in network-sharing pact for 3G RAN services
Maxis Berhad has agreed to provide 3G Radio Access Network (RAN) access across over 1,300 sites to U Mobile under a mutually beneficial multibillion-ringgit agreement, saying this would ensure greater efficiency in services delivery from both companies.
Budget 2013 smartphone rebate: A stupid thing to do
If you need further proof that even very smart people can do stupid things, look no further than the Budget 2013 proposal allocating RM300 million (US$98 million) for a RM200 (US$65) rebate for youths aged 21 to 30 to go towards the purchase of a 3G smartphone, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
Operators pressed to adopt Wi-Fi as offload strategy, says Ovum
While the rapid growth of mobile broadband traffic is pressurizing operators to look beyond the negative revenue implications of Wi-Fi as a viable traffic offload option, today's carrier-grade solutions do not fully meet operators' needs, according to Ovum.
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