Feedback sought on preliminary positions in relation to spectrum allocation matters for 700 MHz, 2300 MHz and 2600 MHz spectrum bands.
GSMA report estimates that assigning 700 MHz to mobile broadband would deliver US$11 billion over 10 years.
Celcom registered quarter-on-quarter growth in service revenue, but profits continue to decline XL managed to return to black, thanks to refinancing its USD debt to rupiah
Singtel and Ericsson unveil South-East Asia’s first network testbed showcasing the possibilities of 5G technology, but it’s not just about bragging rights.
ICT – especially mobility, cloud and broadband – will buck the trend because it plays a crucial role in connecting the world, according to Ericsson senior VP and group CTO Ulf Ewaldsson.
With the entry of MVNO Circles.Life, Benjamin Cher asks: Is the market ready for yet another mobile operator, or will Singapore’s incumbents maintain the status quo?
The playbook has changed. Telcos now have to look at their business as a service, suggested Huawei Consulting principal consultant Nigel Bruin.
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.
At the start of the WRC-15 treaty negotiations, the GSMA called on governments across the world to allocate the spectrum required to drive the continued global growth of mobile broadband.
Uji coba Project Loon menggunakan frekuensi 900MHz milik tiga operator Selama satu tahun akan mengudara di Sumatera , Kalimantan dan Papua