CITIC Telecom CPC and INSYS icom are joining forces to extend reach into Asian markets, providing dependable private Ethernet for Industrial Internet of Things devices. Aiding this collaboration is CITIC Telecom CPC’s SmartCLOUD™ platform, ensuring secure, local IIoT data control. With its digitalization expertise, INSYS icom aims to simplify global IIoT infrastructure deployment, overcoming complex business and regulatory challenges.
Telecom operators globally embrace digital transformation, with East Asia dominating the top positions in Omdia’s benchmark. China Mobile leads, driven by high-speed broadband deployment and innovative service development, followed by SK Telecom’s AI-focused reinvention.
Hangzhou leads the digital revolution with the Dual 10 Gigabit City project, partnering with industry giants like Huawei to foster 5.5G technology, enhance connectivity and pioneer innovative applications for a smarter future.
DIDWW, a leading global provider of premium quality two-way VoIP and SMS communications, has announced the expansion of its SIP trunking services, now offering local termination in Japan and Singapore. This strategic move reinforces the operator’s commitment to providing comprehensive coverage and robust communication solutions to businesses across the Asian region. The DIDWW SIP trunking solution serves as an efficient alternative to traditional telephony, leveraging a private, global IP network to deliver services with solid reliability and scalability. With virtually unlimited call capacity and flexible SIP trunk settings, customers can make truly local calls in Japan and Singapore while seamlessly connecting their local or international business communications. The recent additions to DIDWW local dialing coverage extends the availability of the company’s local termination service to 44 countries. In addition, the carrier’s SIP trunking solution offers numerous benefits, including a high level of audio quality and emergency calling capabilities in certain…
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), Taiwan Mobile and Far Eas Tone (FET) Telecommunications have increased their sales thanks to new cheaper mobile plans. CHT got NT$19.51 billion (US$652.9 million) in sales for May, an increase of 12.71% from last year with a Net profit of NT$4.56 billion. Its optical broadband service reached 3.563 million subscribers, and its MOD service users reached 1.758 million on the same period. Also in May, Taiwan Mobile got NT$10.01 billion, with a net profit of NT$1.51 billion, thus having NT$49.86 billion in revenue on the last 12 months. In May, FET was able, on its side to gather a revenue of NT$7.299 billion for a net profit of NT$984 million.