Centili, a specialist in digital payments and monetisation announces it will launch new ‘as-a-service’ offerings in 2021 to support the evolution of the mobile payments industry. This move is driven as post-Covid recovery accelerates a move away from owned infrastructure and adopts trends such as Conversational Commerce.

Read more: Centili set to support post-Covid shifts in the mobile payments industry

Interxion,  A Digital Realty Company, a leading European provider of carrier- and cloud-neutral colocation data center solutions, has signed an agreement with PCCW Global to locate the Pakistan and East Africa Connecting Europe (PEACE) subsea cable system’s termination and interconnection equipment in Interxion’s MRS2 data center in Marseille, France. The collaboration will enable low-latency access to over 160 connectivity providers along with multiple content, cloud, gaming and video streaming platforms.

Read more: Interxion collaborates with PCCW Global to deliver submarine cable gateway to Europe

Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor, completed successfully an extended Field Test of its high capacity E-Band radio system, UltraLink™-GX80, in China Mobile’s network, China’s largest mobile operator, during the event of the 2020 China Mobile Emergency Skills Competition Finals, that was held in Changsha, Hunan province, China. 

Read more: China Mobile handpicks Intracom Telecom cutting-edge E-Band radio system

De Tune, a global industry-leading media and entertainment company, has selected Tata Communications, a global digital ecosystem enabler, as the backbone of its next-generation broadcast viewing experience for live events produced virtually anywhere on the globe. De Tune has been able to simplify its global production operations by consolidating multiple vendors into one cohesive media ecosystem with the help of Tata Communications’ end-to-end live video services. 

Read more: Tata Communications, De Tune alliance aims to enrich next-gen viewing experience

Mobile data service revenue in Vietnam is expected to rise from US$1.3bn in 2020 to US$1.5bn in 2025, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.5%, driven by increase in smartphone penetration along with increase in the demand for mobile data usage, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

Read more: Increase in smartphone usage likely to boost Vietnam’s mobile data revenue

As the leading Hotspot router manufacturer in Japan, NEC Corporation has chosen to bundle their latest dual SIM-equipped model, the Aterm MR05LN, with a free 1GB trial data plan from Ubigi. Ubigi is Transatel's (NTT Group) consumer brand for global 3G/4G-LTE connectivity, compatible with any modem-equipped device. Presented exclusively in Japan for the moment, the offer is expected to spark the interest of connectivity-challenged homeworkers and nomadic workers, and companies targeting employee productivity in a Post-Covid context. The packaged proposition, launched today, will be presented online to consumers via Amazon and distributed to companies via NEC Corporation sales.

Read more: NEC introduces exclusive data package to consumers in Japan

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