Presented in a virtual award, Frost & Sullivan recognises the telecommunications group's strong performance in encouraging digital inclusion
With the perfect storm of 5G, IoT and the cloud, digital disruption is coming to every industry in Malaysia, argues Ericsson senior exec Todd Ashton.
Buoyed by the performance of MSC Malaysia in 2015, MDEC is confident that Malaysia will continue to be an attractive investment destination for foreign and domestic companies.
Google's Project Loon will be ‘landing’ in Indonesia after an agreement was reached with the republic’s three main operators, but industry observers say there are regulatory and other challenges ahead.
It is the responsibility of all stakeholders, both public and private, to connect as many people as possible to the Internet, Facebook Inc’s vice president of Business Development John Lagerling told the Indosat IDByte 2015 conference in Jakarta.
Sebelum ada e-commerce banyak orang Indonesia mengenal Internet dari Facebook Konten lokal berbahasa lokal dan harga terjangkau bisa menarik minat masyarakat
The ITU Focus Group on Digital Financial Services (DFS) for Financial Inclusion will be meeting in Kuala Lumpur at the end of the month to continue discussions on what the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has described as one of the world’s most challenging social and economic issues: Access to formal financial services by the world’s poorest two billion people.
Digi Telecommunications has launched a competition to find two young individuals to represent Malaysia at the Telenor Youth Forum 2015 (TYF2015), a global dialogue that aims to transform societies and build a better digital future through easy and equal access to knowledge.
New research reports produced by the GSMA, International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the Internet Society (iSOC) show that the development of digital societies have the potential to help solve key challenges faced by Asian countries.
Half of the world’s population will be using mobile devices to access the Internet by 2020, according to new data released by GSMA Intelligence at the GSMA Mobile 360-Africa event.