Cambodia should have its own satellite.
Telecom Ministry approves five companies launching on the 5G network.
MPTC asks regulators the possibility of Kingtel and Seatel jointly running as providers.
OPPO unveils its Find X2 Pro – a flagship lineup of 5G devices.
Chinese company Kingtel Communications Ltd successfully tested in Cambodia its fifth generation cellular networks.
Cellcard hosts a government tour of its 5G site and facilities.
Yes Seatel has launched a pilot trial for the latest generation wireless technology for digital cellular networks – 5G.
Cellcard sees itself embarking along the journey of digitilisation.
Johnson challenges US opponents of Britain’s potential decision about Huawei’s 5G.
It was recently reported that a Japanese company has developed a chip based on “sixth-generation” (6G) technology, which is 40 times faster than 5G technology. The news has attracted widespread attention.
Two more telecom operators in Cambodia are preparing pilot trials for the 5G.
5G in Cambodia takes a step closer with customized training in Beijing for Cambodian telecoms officials
China devises a customized 5G training programme for Cambodian telecoms officials.
India doesn’t need unsolicited external advice on what it should do to serve its best interests. The country can rely on its own reason and judgment – rather than the unsubstantiated claims of others – when making decisions concerning what is and isn’t a national security threat.
Telefonica to drastically reduce the amount of equipment it will buy from Huawei.
When asked about the possible security risks posed by Huawei, France’s President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that he would never look to stigmatise any particular telecoms operator or any particular country.
Smart Axiata is ready to roll out its 5G network.
Cellcard concludes the first stand-alone test of their new 5G network.
China has developed a 5G intelligent unmanned mining truck.
5G networks will make available many more connections across a spectrum of services that have previously not been connected.
Huawei launches what could be the world’s most powerful 5G smartphone.
Cambodia’s major telecommunications companies are developing its 5G network.
Bucharest could exclude Chinese giant Huawei from its future 5G network.
On 10 May 2019, Vietnam became one of the first countries to successfully establish a 5G-powered phone call. It was a milestone for the country given Hanoi’s ambitious plan to deploy a 5G network for commercial operations by 2020 using domestically-developed technology.
Fifth-generation cellular networks will stretch across most of the industrialized world within a few years. Thanks to researchers and developers in Bologna, Italy, that will include the inside of buildings, opening up a wide range of new uses.
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.