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American corporate leaders from Apple Inc’s Tim Cook and Amazon.com Inc’s Jeff Bezos to Facebook Inc’s Mark Zuckerberg have all known that India could be the next big thing. Alphabet Inc’s CEO Sundar Pichai, himself Indian-born, hasn’t sat idly by, either.
China is building tens of thousands of 5G base stations every week. Whether it wins technological dominance or not, domestic supply chains may be revived and allow the country to maintain – and advance – its position as the factory floor of the world.
Time will be the next frontier in India’s digital battlefield; dollars will follow the hours consumers spend online.
Alphabet Inc began offering the world’s first commercial high-speed Internet using balloons to villagers in remote regions of Kenya’s Rift Valley on July 8.
Finland's Nokia on July 7 became the first major telecom equipment maker to commit to adding open interfaces in its products that will allow mobile operators to build networks that are not tied to a vendor.
Zoom, one of the few success stories of the Covid-19 pandemic, now faces a new competitor in an app backed by Asia’s wealthiest person, Mukesh Ambani.
India has ordered telecom companies and other Internet providers to stop access to 59 banned Chinese-origin apps, according to notices seen by Reuters, intensifying efforts to crack down on such businesses following a border clash between the nations.
South Korean smartphone users’ connection to 5G network services is far lower than expected, with 5G users only able to use the fastest network 15% of the time, a report showed on June 30, Yonhap News Agency reported.
Amazon on June 23 pledged to invest US$2bil (RM8.55bil) in projects aimed at combatting climate change, stepping up efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of the tech giant and others.
Fifth-generation networking hype has been in full force since Qualcomm Inc declared “5G is here, and it’s time to celebrate” in February of last year. The reality, however, has required patience from consumers due to the time needed to roll out the new networks and the dearth of applications to put additional speed to compelling use.