Singapore internet services provider says it sees significant growth potential in the enterprise space and plans to ramp up its service offerings for this customer sector to include cybersecurity.
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New brand strategy comes two years after delisting and Keppel buyout, during which the Singapore telco moved to a new technology stack that runs 90% on the cloud and touted to provide highly personalised mobile services.
US government order leading to the impending January 11 delisting of three Chinese telcos from the New York Stock Exchange is politically motivated and violates market rules, says China Securities Regulatory Commission.
Singapore telco's CEO Chua Sock Koong, who is set to retire in January, will be replaced by 27-year company veteran and current head of Singapore consumer business, Yuen Kuan Moon.
South Korean telco aims to make its foray in the country's internet data centre market by end-2021, teaming up with local systems integrator Jasmine Telecom Systems to lure global cloud vendors as customers.
StarHub and M1 have been fined a total of SG$610,000 ($447,090) for broadband service disruptions in April and May this year that were found to be due to human oversight.
Singapore telco is on the hunt for a new chief as Peter Kaliaropoulos, who took over the CEO role just two years ago in July 2018, is set to retire in October and return to Sydney.
Telco's collaboration with China Unicom and Bridge Alliance allows enterprise customers of both mobile operators to make embedded SIM changes over-the-air, bypassing the need to manually configure their device SIM cards to change networks in Singapore or China.
Singapore's industry regulator says it has begun investigations into a service disruption that affected M1 customers over two days and reiterated the need for operators to ensure telecommunications services remain running during a time where many are working from home.
Singtel and joint bidders StarHub Mobile and M1 have secured licences to deploy nationwide 5G networks, while TPG Telecom has failed in its bid to do so and, instead, will have to access these network services through a wholesale arrangement.