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M1 launches 5G Standalone network in Singapore

Singaporean mobile operator M1 Limited launched a commercial trial of its 5G Standalone (SA) network, the telco said in a release. The Asian operator highlighted that its 5G SA network is up to 10 times faster than the 4G network and four times quicker than...

Singapore’s IMDA aims to award additional 5G spectrum by end-2021

Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) is seeking views from the public and industry on the potential use and allocation of the 2.1 GHz spectrum band for 5G. The regulator said that the band is currently used for 3G services and will expire at the...

M1, Samsung partner to support VoNR service on 5G SA network

Singaporean operator M1 Limited and Samsung said they have made available Voice over 5G New Radio (VoNR) on M1’s 5G Standalone (SA) network. The VoNR call service utilizes the SA architecture of 5G network for an improved high definition quality call experience, while providing 5G...

Nokia selected by Antina JV for 5G Standalone network in Singapore

The 5G Standalone network will use the 3.5 GHz spectrum band The joint venture between Singapore’s M1 and Starhub, Antina, has selected Nokia to support the establishment of a 5G standalone (SA) Radio Access Network (RAN) Sharing network. According to Nokia, the network, which is...

Singapore regulator to boost adoption of 5G solutions via new fund

Singapore telecom regulator IMDA recently announced a new SGD30 million ($22.5 million) fund to accelerate the adoption and commercialization of 5G solutions in the country. The fund is part of IMDA’s 5G Innovation Program and will support solution providers and technology developers commercializing 5G solutions,...

StarHub to launch 5G SA network in Singapore later this year: CTO

Singapore carrier StarHub started to deploy a 5G Standalone network in the last quarter of 2020 and it will be commercially available later this year, Chong Siew Loong, CTO at StarHub, told RCR Wireless News. “With 5G SA technology, StarHub can simultaneously connect a vast...

Singtel boosts 5G in Singapore using 28 GHz mmWave spectrum

Singapore operator Singtel said it is using 28 GHz mmWave spectrum, in addition to the 3.5 GHz and 2.1 GHz bands, to boost its 5G deployment in Singapore. Singtel has switched on mmWave in several locations across the island, including Orchard Road, the Padang area...

Singtel launches 5G SA trial network for Singaporean enterprises

  Singaporean operator Singtel has deployed a 5G standalone (SA) trial network at its 5G Garage testing facility, the telco said in a release. The network, which uses spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band and Ericsson’s Massive MIMO technology, aims to provide local enterprises with early...

M1 launches 5G services in limited areas of Singapore

  Singaporean operator M1 launched its 5G non-standalone (NSA) network in parts of Singapore, the telco said in a release. M1 claimed to be the first operator in Singapore to offer 5G access to all its customers, without any limitation on the number of sign-ups or...

Singtel launches NSA 5G network in Singapore

  Singaporean operator Singtel has launched its 5G non-standalone (NSA) network and introduced a three-month trial for its consumer and enterprise customers. Singtel’s 5G NSA network will use spectrum in the 3.5 GHz frequency as well as existing 2.1 GHz spectrum, while employing advanced technologies such...

StarHub launches 5G service trial in Singapore

  Singapore carrier StarHub launched a 5G trial service in the country using the Nonstandalone (NSA) 5G architecture. The operator also announced plans to launch its commercial standalone (SA) network by mid-2021 in partnership with Nokia. The 5G SA network will run on 3.5 GHz spectrum. In...

Singapore operators select Nokia, Ericsson for 5G networks

Singapore is on track to offer nationwide 5G coverage by 2025 Two mobile operators in Singapore, StarHub and M1, which signed an exclusive agreement to cooperate and submit a joint bid for a 5G license in January, have selected Nokia and Ericsson for their network...

Singapore awards two licenses to construct standalone 5G networks

  Singtel and a joint venture between StarHub Mobile and M1 were awarded licenses to build two nationwide standalone (SA) 5G networks in Singapore, , local telecommunications regulator IMDA said. The winners were each allocated 100 megahertz of spectrum in the 3.5 GHz band. IMDA noted that...

Singapore regulator receives three bids for two 5G licenses

  Singapore telecom regulator IMDA has confirmed it had received a total of three submissions in the process through which it expect to award two licenses for the provision of 5G services across the country At the close of the 5G call for proposal on February...

StartHub, M1 to submit joint bid for 5G license in Singapore

Singapore telecom operators StarHub and M1 have signed an exclusive agreement to cooperate and submit a joint bid for a 5G license. In a joint statement, the companies said that they are working towards the February 17 closing date for 5G proposals. Earlier this month, telecommunications...

NTT DoCoMo promotes Japanese 5G gear in Asia Pacific trials

NTT DoCoMo plans to deploy 10,000 5G base stations by 2021 Japanese telecommunications operator NTT DOCOMO has recently completed trials in Thailand and Singapore aimed at expanding the global adoption of Japanese mobile network equipment for 5G  and advanced network services, the telco said in...

5G in Singapore: StarHub open to network, spectrum sharing

StarHub looking beyond eMBB to 5G for URLLC With 5G on track to launch in Singapore and 2020, the three carriers are waiting for state regulators to finalize spectrum allocation before moving forward with plans to bypass non-standalone 5G networks like those in the U.S....

It’s hard to define the killer 5G app because (most) everything could be a 5G app

APAC carriers try to define the "killer" 5G app for the region SINGAPORE--China covers more than 9.5 million square kilometers and contains massive deposits of natural resources that support the country's industrial base, including the high-value agriculture, mining and manufacturing verticals. Singapore is a city-state...

Nokia, StarHub complete 5G NR trial in Singapore

The trial used Nokia’s AirScale Radio Access technology with 5G New Radio 3GPP-compliant software Singaporean carrier StarHub and Nokia have completed what they described as  the first outdoor pilot of 5G New Radio on 3.5 GHz frequency band in Singapore. The companies demonstrated industrial and consumer...

StarHub launches services on new submarine cable system

APG submarine cable system links nine countries and regions across APAC. Singapore telecommunications operator StarHub launched services over the Asia-Pacific Gateway submarine cable network system. APG is a 10,900 kilometer submarine cable network system that links nine countries and regions in Asia Pacific with...

New mobile carrier set to enter Singapore market

Australian company TPG Telecom secured 60 megahertz of spectrum for $73 million. Australian operator TPG Telecom is set to become Singapore’s fourth mobile operator after the country’s Infocommunications Media Development Authority awarded 60 megahertz of spectrum in a recent spectrum auction. According to...

Nokia, StarHub reach 150 Mbps through carrier aggregation

Working with Nokia, StarHub will commercially launch the service by the end of 2016 Finnish vendor Nokia and Singapore telecom operator StarHub have achieved peak upload speed of 150 megabits per second over the operator's 4G network during a trial using carrier aggregation technology and the...

Huawei, StarHub unveils new 4G LTE-A solution

The new Huawei, Starhub offering achieves indoor speeds of 1Gbps Chinese ICT provider Huawei and Singapore telecoms operator StarHub have unveiled a new 4G LTE-Advanced solution which achieved 1 Gbps of indoor coverage. The new solution combined StarHub’s 55 megahertz of frequency spectrum across the 1800...

OMGTel secures financing for Singapore spectrum auction

With $292M in funding, OMGTel could enter carrier market Singapore firm OMGTel has secured S$400 million ($292 million) in funding commitments to obtain the country’s fourth mobile telephony license, according to local press reports. The firm, which is a unit of wireless software solutions provider and...

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