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Government expects to have two full-fledged standalone 5G networks covering more than half of Singapore by end-2022 and, if there is interest from the industry, it will release another two lots of 800MHz of mmWave spectrum to be used for smaller non-standalone networks. … [Read more...] about TPG unveils first Singapore mobile plan touting 50GB data
NEW DELHI: The technology and data management committee is set to work with US technology majors Microsoft and Cisco, among private corporates, to efficiently manage flow of information critical to tackling the Covid-19 outbreak, but critical government communication would continue to be through the National Informatics Centre (NIC). “Start-ups and large corporates are also giving ideas on tackling this emergency. C-DAC Pune has offered supercomputing for gene sequencing of the virus, this we have passed on to ICMR (Indian Council for Medical Research),” a senior government official told ET, adding that the next step was working on the data. Among large tech companies, the official said that Microsoft and Cisco had offered help to the government in terms of providing tools so that people could share files and information from remote locations. The government has accepted the offer but only for non-critical communication. “These companies have provided some helpful … [Read more...] about IT, data panel to work with Microsoft, Cisco for info flow to tackle Covid
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