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Telenor chose Ericsson for 5G supplier and continues cooperation with Huawei

Norway’s largest mobile operator Telenor announced at a press conference in Oslo, they would continue working with Chinese company Huawei, while adding Sweden’s Ericsson for its fifth-generation (5G) telecoms network as its new supplier on 13th December 2019. Telenor’s top management said that Ericsson is their new 5G supplier. The reason for the cooperation with…

Smart city Bangkok symposium successful in bringing experts to share ideas

The TSCC Smart Cities Symposium: Connectivity and Mobility organised by Thai- Swedish Chamber of Commerce took place at the Landmark hotel on 26th November. The event was focusing on possibilities and solutions of the global movements regarding climate change and growing number of populations and how to improve living quality.There were overall 120 participants from…

Dtac paired up with 3BB for quality service in the future

Thailand’s DTAC Tri-Net Co,Ltd paired up with 3BB Broadband Co,Ltd to provide better connection country-wide and improving service in the future. 2nd December 2019, Alexandra Reich, DTAC’s CEO signed an MOU agreement regarding business cooperation framework with Saijai Kitsin, director of Triple T Broadband in Bangkok. The agreement framework focus on providing DTAC clients with…

Martin’s Myanmar mission: Getting a grip on the work place hierarchy

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“I felt I came too late,” Martin Hamann says about his arrival in Myanmar in 2014. He felt that it was too late to experience the real, unspoiled Myanmar. “I guess I had a fear of missing out and major transitions had already taken place by the time I arrived. People said expats were rolling…

Telenor enters classified app market: Takes 32 pct. stake in Carousell

Telenor Group, the Norwegian multinational telecommunication company, has signed an agreement with Carousell, one of the world’s fastest growing classifieds, in Singapore on 21st November 2019. Johan Rostoft, head of online classifieds at Telenor, said in a statement: “We have built a profitable and high-growth marketplace business serving millions of users every single day. This…

Nokia and Hutchison 3 to provide new technology to Indonesian enterprise

Nokia –  the Finnish multinational telecommunications and information technology company – has signed a contract with leading telecommunications service provider Hutchison 3 Indonesia (3ID) at the headquarter office in Espoo, Finland. The agreement is to provide IoT (Internet of Things) coverage to enterprises in Indonesia. Utilising the fully virtualised Nokia Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING)…

Winners of Nordcham awards night

  The Nordcham Philippines has announced the winners and finalists at Nordic Awards Night 2019. And the winners are Corporate Sustainability Company of the Year co-presented by Trends And Concepts Winner: H&M Philippines Finalists: Ericsson, Grundfos, Integrated Micro-Electronics Inc., Novo Nordisk  2. Innovation Company of the Year co-presented by Salarium Winner: Aidea Finalists: Connovate, Ericsson,…

EU ban on palm oil could keep Telenor out of Indonesia

Telenor Axiata merger in Indonesia

Norwegian telecommunication giant Telenor Group is trying to enter the Indonesian market by merging with the Indonesian company Axiata. Axiata holds 66.4 percent of the shares in PT XL Axiata Tbk which is the second largest mobile telecommunications company in Indonesia. Not so fast, says Indonesia’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Rudiantara. The EU parliament…

Finnish telecom business sold to Shenzhen firm

Finnish company Efore has sold its telecommunications business to Shenzhen Kexin Communication Technologies Co. Ltd. The deal covers the entire Efore Telecommunications business including current product portfolio and Efore brand and name. Following the acquisition, 73 Efore employees in Finland, China and Sweden will move to the buyer as old employees. The purchase price on…

Wallenberg not sure which side Europe will be on in a Sino-US High-Tech Cold War

Marcus Wallenberg — a fifth-generation member of the Swedish Wallenberg dynasty — said the Sino-U.S. trade war was “extremely unfortunate.” Speaking at the Salzburg Summit in Austria, and in an interview with CNBC Friday, Marcus Wallenberg warned that the delay in finding a resolution to the trade conflict was extremely worrying. Marcus Wallenberg also pointed to…