With over 95% standalone 5G nationwide coverage more than three years ahead of the regulatory target of end-2025 effectively makes Singapore the first country in the world to be fully covered by standalone 5G.
Singapore ranks highest in Asia-Pacific, comes first globally in the Financial Stewardship, Attractive Marketplace and Helping People Rise pillars and takes the top spot globally in 10 of the 35 indicators used to develop the Index.
Singapore – 16 March 2022 – Today, Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) kicked off Adobe Summit 2022, the world’s largest digital experience conference, and unveiled new innovations in Adobe Experience Cloud that empower brands to make the digital economy personal, with powerful digital experiences that can be personalized to millions in milliseconds. Adobe Summit 2022 is fully virtual […]
New Public-Private Partnership in Supercomputing to Support Advanced Healthcare Research, and more, in Singapore
NSCC, SingHealth and NVIDIA have collaborated to develop a research ecosystem of hardware and software tools to support healthcare and medical research at Singapore’s largest public healthcare cluster.
A*STAR collaborates with a local start-up, I.O.T. WORKZ, to develop a wirelessly powered localisation system for asset tracking to improve the productivity of KHOO TECK PUAT HOSPITAL’S operations
Financial organisations must proactively employ advanced technology, like AI, to enhance customer experience while reducing risk.
Many countries across the globe commended for their eradication or containment of the Coronavirus, now have new fears of facing a potential ‘second’ or even ‘third wave’ of the virus with new outbreaks and clusters starting to appear in different parts of their nation. Australia In Australia, it has seen many successful attempts to stop […]
Demand for air travel around the world collapsed in mid-March 2020, and while it slightly rebounded over the summer, it decreased again with the beginning of the winter months and more national lockdowns across the globe. It seems that demand is expected to remain low for the foreseeable future. The resumption of domestic and international […]
A total outbreak management system would enable cruise liners to have visibility of the overall health of everyone on board and build confidence in the restart of the badly hit sector.
There has been an increased focus on technology solutions to accelerate and help solve the problems the pandemic has created – a major one being to find solutions to re-open borders and restart the travel industry as a whole.