Singapore mobile operator announces 5G services that it says aims to enhance waterfront living and improve maritime operations, including automated vessel analytics and recognition technologies to facilitate real-time surveillance.
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Government urges need to ensure 5G networks remain secured and resilient, as Singtel says it has chalked up 180,000 5G subscribers and added new business use cases running on its 5G standalone network.
Various public-sector agencies have commenced 5G trials involving use cases for industries such as healthcare, manufacturing, and construction, with plans for 15 pilots to run in Sentosa by year-end.
Number of 5G mobile subscriptions is expected to hit 1 billion worldwide by year-end, with North East Asia and North America clocking 19% and 28% penetration rate, respectively, in 2021.