Experts foresee that the traditional desk job will come to an end, saying entrepreneurship is key and young people have to be prepared.
Smart Axiata, Cambodia’s leading mobile telecommunications company, yesterday hosted the first 5G live trial in Cambodia.
China’s Ministry of Information grants 5G licenses for commercial use.
Huawei insists to continue to invest in 5G and cybersecurity.
No plans to use 5G mobile networks by China’s Huawei or other foreign firms.
OPPO, a Chinese smartphone manufacturer, launches its new series in the UK market.
A US senior official recently “warned” the UK on its approval to let Chinese telecoms company Huawei to help build some non-core parts of 5G data network.
Chinese company Huawei launches its 5G smartphone in Britain.
Three mobile network operators plans to roll out 5G networks on a trial basis this year.
Shenzhen is expected to build about 7,000 5G base stations.
Vietnam’s largest mobile carrier – announced that it had successfully completed the trial of a fifth-generation (5G) broadcast station in Hanoi with the speed of 600 – 700Mbps, reportedly on par with the speed of Verizon’s 5G network in the United States.
China’s Huawei pledged to assist Cambodia developing 5G infrastructure.
Nokia plunged to a surprise quarterly loss failing to supply 5G equipment in time.
East Asia has overtaken North America as the most ‘data rich’ region. But Asia is already at the doorstep of the next big disruption with 5G. Is that a boon or bane? Hosuk Lee-Makiyama tries to answer this question.
The Hannover Messe opens with the highlights of 5G network and AI.
China will become the world’s largest 5G market, with 460 million users.
5G technology is one of the key tools for Cambodia to realise the ambition to leapfrog its economic structure to a knowledge-based and innovation-driven economy.
Austria has sold 5G licences to three national mobile operators.
Chinese tech company Huawei unveils its Mate X, a foldable 5G ready smartphone.
Germany to decide whether to let Chinese firms participate in building 5G networks.
The New York Times reported on Saturday that the US government has defined 5G competition as a “new arms race”.
The Telecom Ministry plans to install fifth-generation Wi-Fi technology in Angkor area.
Today Cellcard revealed its plan to launch an eSIM service with a major Chinese technology partner before the end of the year.
5G, the fifth-generation of mobile internet connectivity, promises consumers faster data speeds, wider coverage and companies are scrambling to make the best of use of this emerging technology.
Cellcard one of the leading mobile operator in the Kingdom, yesterday said it is ready to upgrade its mobile infrastructure to 5G, adding that it is targeting a commercial launch of the services in the second quarter of 2019.
It’s official Cellcard CEO Ian Watson is the 5G Asia People’s Choice Award.
The Australian government on Thursday banned Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei from supplying equipment for a 5G mobile network.
$22 billion from Samsung in artificial intelligence.
US wireless operators Sprint and T-Mobile will form a new company and push development of a super-fast 5G network.