The two will collaborate to raise the level of development and build manpower in the digital industry. Of online transactions and integrated e-commerce. This will support the expansion of the labour market era 4.0.
The solution offers products and solutions such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Enterprise Messaging, Cloud Network Integration Solution, comprehensive security solutions, data backup, disaster recovery solution and connectivity.
The technology gives clinicians the means for early stage detection of a chronic wound. This will allow them to see which wounds need attention and which ones can be left to heal naturally.
The Posyandu Information System (SIMADU) is an application that serves as an administrative and documentation system that aids the carers in recording and reporting on various activities at the paediatric centre (posyandu).
Centre for Quantum Technologies are developing new solutions and innovations in this tech area with potential use in areas such as quantum chemistry, material science, machine learning and AI and data science.
The Memorandum of Understanding aims to strengthen the exchange of knowledge and innovation between researchers, scholars and students from both China and New Zealand.
M1 will be providing a test platform to allow for innovations to be created and applied in finding practical solutions for government and enterprises
Viettel has become the first Vietnamese network operator to successfully test eSim technology on smartwatch devices.
HK$50 million was invested in the new e-sports arena, designed and built by Hong Kong-based start-ups. Another HK$50 million has been earmarked for internships and promotional programmes aimed at Hong Kong’s nascent e-sports industry.
The HPC will contribute greatly to Defence as it will allow their scientists to run code thousands of times faster than on their high-end desktop computers.