As more enterprises create and commercialise 5G technologies, Singapore's IMDA collaborates with various industries to drive 5G innovation needing precise simulation, a high level of safety, and massive data processing.
The Union Cabinet has approved a project for the saturation of 4G mobile services in uncovered villages across the country through the Universal Service Obligation Fund, at an estimated cost of US$3.3 billion.
Vietnam’s cloud computing market is predicted to grow 26% annually, the fastest pace in SE Asia. About two-thirds of enterprises use AI for their digital transformation and the rate of firms using the IoT reached 86.67%.
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.
The government recognises the key role of synergistic engagement between technology stakeholders in developing all-encompassing indigenous products and solutions in an effective and mutally beneficail manner.
Under the recent Telecom Sector Reforms, it is not mandatory to make upfront payments by bidders. Payments for the spectrum can be made in 20 equal annual instalments, paid in advance at the beginning of each year.
Philippines’ Department of Information and Communications Technology and the country’s Space Agency have been working together to provide faster and more secure connectivity for all Filipinos.
Telecom service and infrastructure providers can apply for right-of-way permissions on the portal to lay down optical fibre cables or set up mobile towers to enable the universalisation of broadband services and speed up 5G rollout.
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