Singtel and Optus expand 5G ecosystems

Enabling 5G solutions like robotics, drones, autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence to operate at ultra-low latency. Singtel and Optus will expand their 5G ecosystems by enabling enterprises and start-ups to develop low latency 5G solutions on their Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) infrastructures. The MEC, leveraging the Amazon Web Services (AWS)…

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Japan gets a second region from AWS

Organisations across Japan have been moving their mission-critical workloads to the Cloud. The Japanese government’s adoption “cloud-by-default” principle and basic policy prioritising the use of cloud services, coincides with the launch of a second full region in Japan by AWS. The AWS Asia Pacific (Osaka) Region will expand the existing AWS Osaka…

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Telstra partners with Amazon to bring Cloud services to Australia

Telco provider intends to explore a range of AWS’s edge compute solutions. Telstra and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have partnered up to develop differentiated multi-access edge computing solutions that will bring cloud services closer to Australian customers and their devices while delivering game changing speed and flexibility. The telco provider…

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DigiBankASIA banks on digitalisation for UNO

Creating a digital bank that adapts itself to every user. DigiBankASIA is upgrading the digital engagement banking platform solution for its branded names UNObank. Banking software provider, Backbase has been selected, along with partners Mambu and Amazon Web Services (AWS), to deliver a full spectrum of digital financial services for…

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Standard Chartered banks on AWS

Banking giant will give employees, including APAC, flexible work arrangements. International banking group, Standard Chartered Bank has undertaken a five-year, strategic global agreement with Amazon Web Services, which includes the bank running its strategic banking systems and customer facing applications on AWS. Standard Chartered Bank will work with AWS to…

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