Q&A

08 October 2021

Koh Cheng Soi Business Development Manager Asia Region, Sepura Ltd.

Koh Cheng Soi Business Development Manager Asia Region, Sepura Ltd.

What was your big career break?
The experience gained as a Signals Officer in the Malaysian Army has given me an excellent technical understanding of radio communications and a deep understanding of the user community’s requirements and security concerns.

Since moving to the other side of the business by leading on Sepura’s sales efforts in the Asia region, I have been able to translate these skills into the commercial world. We have spent a considerable time building our knowledge and experience of the Asian Metro community and have taken this knowledge of mission critical requirements to support users here.

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Ushering in new models, new capabilities and new challenges, by Anil Krishnan, senior vice president, market unit at Comviva

08 October 2021

With advanced 5G deployments in the pipeline, people have many questions about 5G as a technology, its applications, and different use cases, and how is it going to impact the connected lives once it is rolled out. Well, one thing is for sure that 5G is going to be transformational. 

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Speedcast delivers expanded connectivity for Singaporean ship firm

08 October 2021

Speedcast International, the provider of remote communications, was selected to deliver Ku-band VSAT services for an additional six vessels in the Goodwood Ship Management in Singapore, as well as providing voice services and enterprise applications with the SIGMA Gateway platform.

With the addition of these six vessels Speedcast is now providing Ku-band and Fleet Xpress VSAT services and SIGMA Gateway to a total of 25 Goodwood vessels.

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Bringing connectivity to dispersed island communities

08 October 2021

Lintasarta is a data-communication, internet and IT services provider bringing reliable, affordable connectivity to millions of Indonesians. In partnership with the Indonesian government, it’s working to deploy and expand broadband and wireless communications throughout the country.

Despite its ambitious goal, Lintasarta knew that deploying a terrestrial network across dispersed islands, and thousands of villages, was logistically and fiscally impossible. And meeting the government’s aggressive rollout deadline was equally daunting.

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