PT Smartfren Telecom Tbk has deployed Nokia Networks’ LTE (Long-Term Evolution) technology to launch what is being described as Indonesia’s first TDD-FDD (Time-Frequency Division Duplex) LTE network.
Alcatel Mobile Phones has launched the Alcatel Flash Plus in a tie-up with Lazada Malayusia, in a bid to re-introduce its brand presence and product portfolio in the Malaysian market.
Fuelled by another round of funding, Kaltura is aiming at Asia where it believes its flexibility – in terms of both business model and technology – will position it well to enable a video revolution, reports Gabey Goh.
While no business model disruptions have happened to mobile operators due to LTE, an Ovum analyst expects to see developments in WiFi Calling before the year is out, describing the race to connect everyone on the planet to the Internet as “quite crazy.”
Newcomer U Mobile may be only the No 4 mobile operator in Malaysia, but it has been slowly creeping up on the ‘Big 3’ and its CEO Wong Heang Tuck believes it can close the gap even further this year. Goh Thean Eu has the story.
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Digi.Com Bhd is aiming for its Fourth Generation/ Long-Term Evolution (4G LTE) network to cover at least 45% of the population by year-end.
Nokia Networks said it is launching a compact, rapidly deployable LTE (Long-Term Evolution) ‘network in a box,’ saying it has the macro site capacity and coverage to provide real-time communication services.
DNA editor Goh Thean Eu looks at the first half performance of the three major celcos in financial year 2014, where DiGi is turning the market on its head.
The telco world got a mild shock when news broke on April 15 that Finnish mobile equipment manufacturer Nokia Corp had agreed to buy Franco-American vendor Alcatel-Lucent SA in an all-stock deal valued at US$16.6 billion. Edwin Yapp breaks down the pros and cons of the deal