Hanoi eyes completion of e-government before 2025
By 2025, Hanoi would complete the digital infrastructure that serves as a platform for the development of digital government and economy.
13:39, 2020/39/04
Hanoi urged to stay active in attracting multinationals: Expert
Hanoi holds numerous advantages in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI), but the important issue would not be the quantity, but the quality of investment.
10:02, 2020/02/16
Vietnam network sharing deal a positive for future telco collaborations
In June 2020, Vietnam’s four state-owned mobile operators - Viettel, VNPT-Vinaphone, GMobile and MobiFone - agreed to share about 1,200 base transceiver stations (BTS).
09:31, 2020/31/13
State-led approach expected to boost 5G deployment in Vietnam
5G appears to be high on the Vietnamese government’s priority list, with the earliest of services set to be commercialized in mid-2020 following trials conducted through 2019.
11:38, 2020/38/10
Hanoi plans to attract investment in IT and telecoms infrastructure development
The development of IT industry would lay a foundation for other sectors to grow as telecommunications and postal sectors help ensure efficient state management in all spheres.
23:54, 2020/54/17
First 5G video call made in Vietnam with locally produced equipment
Vietnam's first 5G video call was rated as successful with no lag in connection, lagging audio or choppy video reported.
18:24, 2020/24/10
Japan extends support for Vietnam in commercializing 5G
Japan expects Vietnam to continue using Japanese technologies and equipment in the development of e-government.
18:00, 2019/00/14
Huawei explores opportunities with Vietnam’s super committee in digital transformation
In Vietnam, three major mobile carriers Viettel, Vinaphone and Mobifone decided against using Huawei’s 5G technologies, with the latter two under the management of the Committee for State Capital Management (CSCM).
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