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AMERICAN multinational cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks, Inc. is seeking to work with Philippine businesses for protection against cyber threats as they adopt 5G technology to accelerate their digital transformation journey.
French authorities have told telecoms operators planning to buy Huawei 5G equipment that they won’t be able to renew licenses for the gear once they expire, effectively phasing the Chinese firm out of mobile networks, three sources close to the matter said.
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The company reported increased investments and called for collaboration.
If there are compelling professional and personal reasons to embrace remote working, why, then, are Filipino companies so in favor of on-site working? While there are cultural reasons at play the biggest roadblock to remote working is technological.
NOW Corp. and its affiliate Now Telecom Co., Inc. is teaming up with South Korea’s SK Telecom Co., Ltd. to launch a commercial fifth generation (5G) network in the Philippines.
Huawei Asia-Pacific Innovation Day on 5G development and applications
PLDT, Inc. and its wireless unit Smart Communications, Inc. made its first fifth generation (5G) to 5G video call on Wednesday, two weeks after it fired up its first 5G cell sites in Makati City and Clark, Pampanga.
Though 5G promises to be so fast it could revolutionize the way we use everything from home appliances to cars, the technology may also...
PLDT, Inc.’s wireless subsidiary Smart Communications, Inc. said its rollout of fifth generation (5G) technology is set for the first half of 2019 as it ties up with Ericsson.
Telecommunication companies in the Philippines should tap into 5G technology's potential digitalization revenues, which could reach $1.8 billion by 2026, a study by Ericsson...
THE Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is pushing for awarding of frequencies to the telecommunications industry’s third entrant to reduce its financial burden, the acting head of the department said.