In China’s three-year plan, China vigorously promotes the comprehensive and coordinated development of 5G and widen the use of 5G to empower a wide range of industries hence the country aims to gain 5G mobile subscribers by the end of 2023.
Hanoi has prioritised the development of high-quality broadband telecommunication infrastructure in high-tech parks, export processing zones, schools, state agencies, hospitals and tourism sites.
Three mobile operators are seeking permission to deploy mobile money projects. The government will approve the projects if the services apply artificial intelligence and big data to ensure safety and accuracy.
New Zealand's leading network company has launched its latest wireless broadband service and plans to expand its coverage to another half-million New Zealanders.
Through airwave reframing, sector regulator the IMDA aims to enhance the propagation of 5G signals island-wide to support the mass rollout of next-generation services.
To Achieve faster internet speeds and coverage, the Department of Information and Communications Technology has activated its first common telecom tower for the country.
Major mobile network operators announced that the initial tests of their technical capabilities and interoperability for the new mobile number portability service had been completed successfully.
As New Zealand transitions to a more digital lifestyle, more services are being introduced to allow the country to become a smart nation in the future.
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