Held annually in June, CommunicAsia is one of Asia's largest ICT tradeshows and regularly features thousands of exhibitors from over 50 countries. Billions of dollars in deals are estimated to be transacted each year at the show.
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case study Adopting mobile videoconferencing has helped raise productivity and collaboration for Mydin Mohamed Holdings, which runs retail chain in Malaysia.
Sharing exhibition floor space with large companies at this year's ICT tradeshow, Asian tech startups say they hope to take opportunity to build brand and product awareness, forge business contacts, and gather user feedback.
Chinese telecoms giant looking to set up more training centers to enhance global image even as it looks to push into consumer business and break into markets such as the U.S., company exec says.
Multi-screen service essential for customer acquisition and retention amid changing consumption habits toward on-demand and mobile, and bundling most profitable business model, industry watchers say.
Saturation of fixed-line broadband market prompts operators to turn to value-added services for revenue growth, but market watchers note they also need to understand their network usage to provide better user experience.
Security and privacy concerns over patient data legitimate, but industry needs to adopt balanced view by defining importance of information and avoid being overly "paranoid", execs state.
Companies such as VeriMatrix and ST Electronics showcase tools that protect video content, data, phone calls and text messages at this year's ICT tradeshow.
Increasing use of social media and mobile calls for their integration in corporate branding strategies and leveraging "superfans" who generate value from online engagement.
Industry currently driven by operators, device makers and app developers but healthcare workers' support vital to drive widespread adoption, one doctor says.
Infocomm Development Authority announces expansion of AMPlify initiative to educate wider audience of mobile developers on enterprise features, with plans to pump S$3 million to help build talent base.
Businesses need to decide if they want to devote resources to secure own infrastructure when cloud providers can offer more robust environment since their core business requires it.
Companies from Beijing's tech hub Zhongguancun, and others, make use of tradeshow to show off their latest brainwaves.
Industry players say not knowing consumers' buying habits as well as differing regulatory regimes and lack of security standards hampering development of mobile payments industry.
Operator looks to provide infrastructure-as-a-service and software-as-a-service to enterprise customers first, but acknowledges it's still in early stages and broadband infrastructure remains an issue.