Tag: 5g

Starhub and Nokia launched first live 5G non-standalone network trial in Singapore

Nokia’s headquarter announced the latest achievement on 20 August 2020. Nokia and Singapore-based operator StarHub are conducting South East Asia’s first live 5G non-standalone (NSA) network trial across Singapore, running until 16 February 2021. With StarHub as the first and early adopter of 5G services in Singapore, long-standing partners StarHub and Nokia have achieved another…

Indonesian XL Axiata chose Ericsson to provide 5G Cloud core technology

Ericsson announced on 30 July 2020, that the Indonesian mobile telecommunications services operator  XL Axiata has selected Ericsson to deploy 5G-ready cloud core technology solutions in East Indonesia. This includes Ericsson Cloud Packet Core and Network Functions Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI) solution. Yessie D. Yosetya, Chief Technology Officer, XL Axiata, says: “Data consumption in Indonesia is growing rapidly and…

Nokia successfully completed its first 5G Standalone call with China Unicom

Nokia announced on 30 July 2020, that it has successfully completed its first 5G standalone (SA) call on a live network with China Unicom. Their next goal is to achieve full deployment of numerous software solutions with the operator several weeks ahead of schedule. Markus Bochert, President of Nokia Greater China, said:“Nokia has skillfully managed…

Ericsson South East Asia expects 5G subscriptions to reach 190 million by the end of 2020

Telecommunication market has seen strong growth during the pandemic as people wish to remain connected together and cope with lock down measures. Ericsson expects that this trend will continue on in their June 2020 edition of Ericsson Mobility report, released on 23 June 2020. Nunzio Mirtillo, Head of Ericsson South East Asia, Oceania and India,…

Nokia launches a modern Network Operating System to match increasing business demand from 5G and Industry 4.0

Nokia announced on 9 July 2020 that they have launched the next generation Data Center Fabric Solution to enable cloud builders to build at scale: – SR Linux, an open Linux-based NOS; – Fabric Services Platform (FSP), an intent-driven network automation toolkit; – A portfolio of high-performance data center routers For more information on how Nokia…

Nokia, Ericsson and Huawei chosen to build 5G network for Singapore

Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) announced on 24 June 2020, it is in talks with Sweden’s Ericsson regarding the equipment providing for its 5G and localized networks. Meanwhile, the Starhub and M1 joint venture confirmed its selection of Finland’s Nokia as the favored tech partner to build its 5G network. Even though Chinese tech giant Huawei wasn’t…

Nokia signed contract to provide network infrastructure for Central China Holdings

Nokia announced in an official statement, that it has signed a five-year network infrastructure and big data analytics agreement with leading real estate group Central China Holdings Co., Ltd. Under the contract, Nokia will provide a range of solutions enabling Central China Holdings to design and build state-of-the-art developments that leverage POL, home Wi-Fi and…

Thai True Corporation selected Ericsson their 5G radio access network vendor

Thai communications service provider True Corporation has selected Ericsson as a 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) vendor as part of its national 5G network, according to Ericsson’s official statement on 27 April 2020. Products and services from Ericsson Radio System will enable True to operate 5G on 700MHz (low-band), 2.6GHz (mid-band) and 26GHz (high-band) frequencies…

5G insight webminar organized by Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Singapore – deadline today

The insightful host Ludvig Landgren, VP and Head of Network Applications and Cloud Infrastructure at Ericsson (SEA, Oceania and India), will go through the basics of 5G and why it is seen as the game changer in a regional webinar organizes by Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Singapore . For anyone interested please register here…

Faroe islands telecom company and PM did not feel any pressure from China regarding Huawei

The Chinese embassy in Denmark tweeted that “the Chinese Ambassador to Denmark performed his normal duties when discussing with the Faroese government about the relations between two countries.” The tweet also accused the US of bullying Huawei, the Chinese company, and therefore the Chinese ambassador had to ensure fair treatment, according to CPH post online…