For this week / last week, here are / were the biggest news.
- PR - Apr 28, 2015 - Ovum: 2G/3G networks won’t close en masse until 2020
- PR - Apr 27, 2015 - The Challenges for Enterprise Mobility
- PR - Apr 24, 2015 - 11th Street Officially Launched
- PR - Apr 24, 2015 - Transatel wins Best MVNA award for the third year in a row at the MNVOs World Congress 2015
- PR - Apr 23, 2015 - RS Components and Allied Electronics establish new global distribution agreement with Taiwan Semiconductor
Ovum - Apr 28, 2015 - Ovum: 2G/3G networks won’t close en masse until 2020
LTE’s appeal and increased affordability means operators in developed markets have to refarm GSM or CDMA spectrum to accommodate this demand. The next step is to close down these legacy networks, but determining the “sweet spot” for network closure is challenging, according to a new report* by global research firm, Ovum.
“For operators in transition, there are key revenues – M2M, voice and roaming – that need to be considered in the trade-off when determining the optimal time to close the network,” said Ovum principal analyst, Nicole McCormick. “The amount of 2G, 3G, and LTE spectrum an operator has can also affect timing.”
PR - Apr 27, 2015 - The Challenges for Enterprise Mobility
Mark Micallef, Area Vice President of Citrix ASEAN, shares the top five challenges in enterprise mobility that organizations should look to address.
|Mark Micallef, Area VP, Citrix ASEAN|
- The device explosion
- The app migration
- Security and accountability – for everything, everywhere
- A transformed workforce
- Change as a constant
PR - Apr 24, 2015 - 11th Street Officially Launched
The South Korea online shopping mall (11th Street) is officially launched by Dato' Sri Shazalli Ramly, CEO of Celcom Axiata Berhad and Mr. Jinwoo So, CEO of SK Planet at NU Sentral Shopping Centre under the witness of His Excellency Cho Byungjae, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea.
At the launch event, 11street also introduced its official ambassadors, Lee Min Ho, a well-known South Korean actor from the popular television series, “The Heirs” and Emily Chan, a local film actress, known for her role as “Mimi” in the film “Kaki Kitai”. Lee Min Ho and Emily Chan were selected to be the faces of 11street as we believe that both of them represent our target audience well. This is especially true as their fun, pleasant and approachable public appearance will make it much easier for our consumers to associate our brand with them.
|Emily Chan & Lee Min-Ho as Ambassadors||Party time !|
11street in Malaysia is a trustworthy and convenient online shopping platform for local consumers to shop for a great variety of quality products at competitive prices. Its wide selection of product categories such as Fashion, Electronics, Groceries, Health & Beauty, Kids & Baby, Leisure & Sports, Home & Living and Books & Services including e-vouchers.
11street in Malaysia is hosted by Celcom Planet Sdn Bhd (‘Celcom Planet’) which was established in November 2014. Celcom Planet is a joint venture between Celcom Axiata Berhad and a leading Korean e-commerce online marketplace provider, SK Planet Ltd. to launch its first online commerce service portal to the Malaysian market.
PR - Apr 24, 2015 - Transatel wins Best MVNA award for the third year in a row at the MNVOs World Congress 2015
Transatel has once again won the Best MVNA award at the 14th MVNOs World Congress which took place from 21st to 23rd April 2015 in Nice. Transatel wins this award for the third year in a row, which reinforces its position as the world's best Mobile Virtual NetworkAggregator (MVNE/MVNA).
The MVNOs World Congress awards the most innovative actors in the mobile virtual network business every year with over 80 speakers and more than 500 participants.
After its 2013 and 2014 wins, Transatel once again won the Best MVNA Award. Transatel's MNO partners, Orange and EE, were also finalists in the Best Wholesale Operator category.
PR - Apr 23, 2015 - RS Components and Allied Electronics establish new global distribution agreement with Taiwan Semiconductor
RS Components (RS) and Allied Electronics (Allied), the trading brands of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, have announced a new global distribution agreement with Taiwan Semiconductor. The agreement extends the existing partnership with RS into the US, Canada and Mexico through Allied, its sister company in North America.
The Taiwan Semiconductor range includes discrete power rectifiers, analogue ICs, voltage references, sensors, linear and switching regulators, op-amps, comparators, and lighting ICs, which are now in stock at Allied and ready for rapid delivery. The move provides yet another boost to Allied’s semiconductor portfolio, which also includes a wide range of microcontrollers, LEDs and drivers, smart power components, DC/DC converters, audio ICs, power semiconductors and others.