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In 5G rollouts, Singapore telcos look to edge computing to add value to “dumb pipe”
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In 5G rollouts, Singapore telcos look to edge computing to add value to “dumb pipe”

November 9th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Multi-access edge computing (MEC) brings cloud capabilities like AI closer to a 5G network, enabling new uses for drones and other...
5G prices in Singapore face pressure, as virtual operators ready trials
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5G prices in Singapore face pressure, as virtual operators ready trials

September 13th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
5G prices in Singapore may already be coming under pressure as the competition in 4G threatens to carry over into 5G as...
How private 5G networks can make a difference for businesses
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How private 5G networks can make a difference for businesses

August 19th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Private 5G networks can be a catalyst for transformation for many businesses looking to digitalise their operations....
Would Singapore get a third 5G “standalone” network?
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Would Singapore get a third 5G “standalone” network?

July 27th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
More bandwidth is going to be made available for 5G in Singapore. How would this change things for telecom operators and...
Singtel launches 5G Standalone network, claims pole position in Singapore
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Singtel launches 5G Standalone network, claims pole position in Singapore

May 25th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Singtel is the first to launch a 5G "standalone" network, the more advanced version of the high-speed mobile network, in...
Singtel starts issuing SIM cards for 5G standalone network
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Singtel starts issuing SIM cards for 5G standalone network

April 27th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
Its 5G standalone network may not be ready yet but the new SIM cards signal Singtel's intention to push ahead with the...
In Singtel hacking case, lessons to be learnt on managing fallout
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In Singtel hacking case, lessons to be learnt on managing fallout

February 18th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
It is impossible to stop all cyberattacks, so how a business responds to the fallout is critical, as the Singtel hacking case...
In a software-defined, interconnected world, supply chain attacks are hard to ward off
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In a software-defined, interconnected world, supply chain attacks are hard to ward off

February 15th, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
You not only have to worry about locking the gates at night - you have to hope that the lock maker you trust hasn't been compromised,...
Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs
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Another S$30m to boost adoption of 5G in Singapore, including among SMEs

January 22nd, 2021 | by Alfred Siew
It won't just fund the big players and telcos to develop proofs of concept, but also help SMEs take up 5G in...
How will Singapore digital banks fare amid tougher scrutiny of Internet companies?
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How will Singapore digital banks fare amid tougher scrutiny of Internet companies?

December 12th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
As new Singapore digital banks, Grab, Singtel and Sea will make it harder for consumers to leave them and could become too big to...
StarHub fastest in 4G download speeds, says Opensignal
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StarHub fastest in 4G download speeds, says Opensignal

November 24th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
StarHub provided the fastest 4G download speeds among the four telecom operators in Singapore, according to...
Test driving 5G in Singapore: Faster, yes, but still a work in progress
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Test driving 5G in Singapore: Faster, yes, but still a work in progress

October 2nd, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Singtel's 5G trial offers a glimpse into a future of ultra-fast downloads on the go, but it also reflects the work still in...
1,000 professionals to be hired, reskilled to support 5G rollouts in Singapore
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1,000 professionals to be hired, reskilled to support 5G rollouts in Singapore

September 30th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Telcos in Singapore will hire and reskill 1,000 professionals to help roll out 5G networks, as it seeks to develop relevant...
With more phones hitting the market, Singapore telcos rush out earlier version of 5G
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With more phones hitting the market, Singapore telcos rush out earlier version of 5G

September 10th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
With more 5G phones hitting the market, including an impending 5G iPhone, Singapore telcos are rushing out an early version of the...
What’s the 5G sales pitch for Singapore telcos?
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What’s the 5G sales pitch for Singapore telcos?

July 1st, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
Telcos have to show what 5G truly brings to the table that other technologies cannot. Its promises need to be put to...
No surprises as Singtel, StarHub-M1 alliance win nationwide 5G licences in Singapore
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No surprises as Singtel, StarHub-M1 alliance win nationwide 5G licences in Singapore

April 30th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
To little surprise, Singtel and a StarHub-M1 alliance yesterday won a bid to build Singapore's two nationwide 5G...
Need a laptop to work from home? Singapore SMEs can get govt subsidy
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Need a laptop to work from home? Singapore SMEs can get govt subsidy

April 17th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
If you're a Singapore SME forced to have staff work from home, a government subsidy can help defray the costs of a laptop and...
A surprise, as telcos compete for two islandwide 5G licences in Singapore
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A surprise, as telcos compete for two islandwide 5G licences in Singapore

February 18th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
When 5G arrives in Singapore in 2022 or earlier, the telecom market will be very different, with only two players owning the city's latest...
Connecting directly to the cloud makes SD-WAN attractive to enterprises
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Connecting directly to the cloud makes SD-WAN attractive to enterprises

January 20th, 2020 | by Alfred Siew
A good experience with cloud-based apps is driving many enterprises to use SD-WAN to connect their branch offices directly to cloud service...
Grab, Singtel bid for digital bank licence in Singapore makes sense
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Grab, Singtel bid for digital bank licence in Singapore makes sense

December 30th, 2019 | by Alfred Siew
A joint bid by Grab and Singtel today for a digital full banking licence in Singapore is one that makes sense for both...