TOP STORIES
Regional progress on harmonized 700-MHz band
Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia agree to harmonize the digital dividend frequency
IDA envisions sensor fabric for Singapore
'No risks, no wins' for telcos
Singapore pledges to enhance data sharing
Satellite sector 'must cut costs, take more risks'

COMMENTARY
A new approach to IT security needed
Big Data is a matter of trust
Deliver what they want, not what you think they want
Emerging APAC to lead mobile broadband growth
Europe rules shake up roaming rate schemes
Focus on the 'I' in CIO
Going big with small cells
High-speed FBB: focus on niches, not speed
Lack of rural infrastructure slows Myanmar's mobile growth
Smartphones drive rapid growth in 4G subs
Telcos primed for mobile cloud plunge
Time for carriers to cash in on big data

SUMMIT
Big data: 'a lot of dirt, not much gold'
Google pitches balloons to bridge digital divide
M-commerce still not at tipping point: execs
Operators urged to move now on SDN
Techies 'must learn to speak business'
Telstra: Dumb pipes are a myth

INDUSTRY NEWS
StarHub taps Broadpeak to deliver HLS video
MEASAT, Ericsson test ultra HDTV satellite service
Multiband maritime VSATs for Asia
O3b signs 3G backhaul deal with Maju Nusa
SES signs capacity deals as Asia DTH demand grows
TMF, Tekcomm release standards for big data analytics

INSIGHT
Asia players ready for DVB-S2 upgrade: survey
Consumers puzzled by next-gen m-payment options
Strong link between NPS and service revenue
'White space' expansion needed for web, M2M growth
Wide disparities in global Ethernet pricing

NEW LAUNCHES
Inmarsat debuts HDR terminal for video streaming
Panasonic eyes enterprise segment with new tablet
Thuraya plans Android satellite phone
World's slimmest smartphone

INTERVIEWS
Broadening its reach
VADS CEO outlines the company's growth strategy and how it is leveraging TM's network connectivity in and outside of Malaysia

Securing multi-screen content
Will work closely with the public and businesses to improve public service delivery

 
VIDEOS
TM looks outside for growth
Telekom Malaysia's Rozaimy Rahman outlines his company's strategy of investing in undeveloped markets promising explosive growth
   
The three big challenges for telcos
David Wei says Huawei has the answers to balancing network investment and revenue return, managing the user experience and the OTT threat
   
The reasons for integrating carrier-grade Wi-Fi
Ericsson's Andres Torres explains why telcos need to integrate Wi-Fi with the network using real-time traffic steering
   
What's the fuss about SDN?
SDN is all about decoupling software from the hardware across networks, but Huawei's CS Lim says it could take 10 years
   
Launching satellites is only half the story
AMOS by Spacecom, a specialist in deploying and operating communication satellites, celebrates launch of its first Asian bird
   
Huawei and LTE go hand in hand
Cui Jinglong explains why 85 of 175 worldwide commercial LTE rollouts involve Huawei
   
Card-less security for emerging markets
Steve Christian from Verimatrix explains why harmonizing rights across all delivery media is now critical
   
Transforming from products to services
Operators are so worried about their infrastructure they have forgotten who their real customer is, says Huawei's Anthony Johnson
   
Thuraya sees stellar growth in satellite biz
Thuraya's T. Sanford Jewett discussed the unique challenges the industry faces: distribution, growth markets and innovation
   
The force behind changing end-user behavior
Frank Yao from Huawei is bullish about growth in the services sector, noting that partnerships are key to telco success
   
CEM not new, but changing rapidly
Improving the customer experience now requires a holistic view of all elements of a CSP's operation. Huawei's Danny Yap explains how it's done



 


SHOWSTOPPERS
   
C-COM unveils auto-deploy Ka-band flyaway antenna
The new iNetVu FLY-75V model is a 75-cm Ka-band Flyaway antenna which is highly portable and can be assembled in 10 minutes by a single person.
   
Huawei OceanStor storage system
Massive read-write ability and highly versatile horizontal scalability for CERN Higgs Boson search.
   
KEYMILE unveils single IP-based access platform for current and future app
  MileGate combines carrier-grade broadband access, telephony and data interfaces in one single, highly reliable IP/Ethernet-based multi-service access platform.
   
Perimeta session border controller
Architected for network functions virtualization, Perimeta is the industry's first session border controller built to run directly on standard server hardware or within virtualized cloud datacenter environments.
   
Is Asia ready for a new DVB standard?
In a special information session and panel discussion during CommunicAsia, Intelsat, Measat, Newsat, SES and Speedcast will be sharing with you their thoughts on this new development.
 
O3b Networks launches first satellites, June 24
The most anticipated launch in the satellite industry for years is here. Higher bandwidth, lower latency and lower cost connectivity is coming to Asia.
   
Spacecom to launch AMOS-4
AMOS-4, scheduled for launch in 2013, will cover Asia and Russia. Together with AMOS-5, AMOS-2 and AMOS-3 satellites, Spacecom will provide international satcom services across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
   
Telco Systems unveils next-gen service aggregation switch
T-Metro 8001 is the industry’s most compact, dense and cost-effective Carrier Ethernet/MPLS 10GE service aggregation switch for mobile backhaul and business Ethernet services.
   
Thuraya IP+ Light, Speed. Everywhere.
Enjoy blazing performance with Thuraya IP+, a compact satellite broadband terminal that unleashes greater mobility with no compromise on connectivity.
   
Verimatrix demos advanced hybrid security solutions
Deploy a single revenue security solution for all multi-network combinations

 


PRESS RELEASE
C-Com next generation antennas deployed in Japan
22 of its next generation iNetVu 1201 model antenna system have been deployed by first responders in Japan.

Energy utilities in Hong Kong and China choose Keymile technology
To modernize transformer stations, energy utilities in Hong Kong and China have chosen more of Keymile's multi-service access and transmission systems.