Articles about SingTel
Singapore telco reports a 19.3 percent growth in net profit to S$1.04 billion (US$805.85 million) on revenue totaling S$4.31 billion for the second quarter, but sees losses in digital life group on new investments.
IT vendor launches one-stop portal offering third-party cloud applications and services running on Azure, and inks partnership with SingTel to enable Asia-Pacific customers to move their data and workload between various cloud environments.
Some of the largest technology companies operating in Australia are set to be put under the microscope as Parliament launches an inquiry into corporate tax avoidance.
Australia's second-largest mobile provider has appointed parent company SingTel's head of group digital life Allen Lew as its new CEO after six months of searching.
Singapore Telecommunications has reported a 3 percent dip in revenue and EBITDA, citing the rise of the Singaporean dollar for the drop in performance.
Singapore telco's digital advertising subsidiary, Amobee, acquires Adconion's North America and Australia units as well as Kontera Technologies in a bid to beef up its mobile marketing capabilities.
Singapore telco clocks 4 percent increase in net profit but sees revenue drop of 8 percent, closing the year with S$3.65 billion in net profit and lower operating revenue of S$16.85 billion. Growth was muted by weakening regional currencies.
By the end of the year, APAC enterprise customers can bypass the public Internet and connect faster and more securely into Microsoft's Azure public cloud platform using the telco's Multi-Protocol Label Switching VPN.
Singapore regulator IDA slaps record S$6 million fine on SingTel for an October 9 blaze that brought down various communications services including broadband and mobile, affecting 270,000 subscribers and businesses.
Optus has confirmed that more jobs will be culled over the next few weeks as part of the company's business strategy that was announced 18 months ago.
SingTel has launched an initiative to help technology startups in the Asia-Pacific break down national borders and find commercial success in the greater Asia Pacific region.
The immense popularity of over-the-top services such as WhatsApp, Viber, and Skype has been the bane of telcos angsty about their dipping voice and SMS revenues. Can QoS deals ease the frustration?
SingTel, StarHub and M1 are rolling out Voice over LTE services, which leverage the 4G networks, for faster call connections and higher quality audio.
The telco expects revenue declines for both group consumer and enterprise segments to be slightly worse than forecasted a quarter ago. Going forward, a focus will be on driving customer growth in Australia.
The partnership involving BlueTel Networks will see a neutral peering point sited in Digital Realty's data center, which will complement the current two in the east under the Singapore Internet Exchange.