Veon’s Ukrainian subsidiary Kyivstar announced it will partner with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support businesses in Ukraine with cloud infrastructure and related services.
Liberty Latin America (LLA) subsidiary Liberty Networks has partnered with Gold Data to create a pan-regional subsea cable system connecting the US and Mexico to Colombia and Panama by combining two cable projects.
Operator Tigo Tanzania has partnered with DCB Bank to expand financial inclusion for the unbanked through a service partnership that will enable customers to access the bank's services through mobile payment service Tigo Pesaʼs network of mobile money agents.
Globalsat Group, a provider of mission-critical satellite and wireless connectivity solutions is partnering with satellite network operator Rivada Space Networks to provide access to a next-generation data network for customers in the energy, government, NGO, agriculture, utilities and transportation sectors throughout the Americas and beyond.
Recently, we’ve been closely monitoring the intensifying pressures of insatiable demand and supply constraints in key data center markets. Supply constraints have come in the form of both short-term and long-term challenges. In the short term, supply chain disruptions have hindered development timelines. On the long-term side, regulators and utility providers have begun taking a hard look at the data center sector and how to grow it sustainably going forward. In some cases, these entities have severely disrupted development during the interim period. None of these challenges have been resolved. And as we move through 2023, another major disruptive component has been added to the mix—the accelerated growth of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI).
ST Telemedia Global Data Centres’ Thailand unit says it has signed a strategic MoU with industrial power company B.Grimm Power to study, design and jointly develop low-carbon energy solutions for the data centre sector.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) said on Friday it has officially published the framework for developing 6G standards approved last month by the ITU Radiocommunication Assembly (RA).
Malaysia’s five mobile operators have finally signed share subscription agreements (SSAs) to take equity stakes in wholesale 5G operator Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB), which also clears the way for a second 5G operator to be established next year.
Axiata Group secured a deal to sell off its majority share in its Nepalese operation Ncell, effectively ending the group’s business in Nepal after seven years due to a tax dispute.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) said on Thursday that Malaysia’s Axiata Group has selected AWS as its primary cloud provider as part of its plan to accelerate digital transformation across its operating companies in Southeast Asia and South Asia.