30 years of accompanying the country’s key economic sectors part3

30 years of accompanying the country’s key economic sectors part3

VIR has earned praise from international organisations, embassies, experts, and across the business community as it provides them with insightful and useful information on the ups and downs of the country’s exciting economic development.
Top technology trends for 2021

Top technology trends for 2021

The current pandemic has forced people and businesses alike to rapidly adapt to a new reality. Advances in fields such as AI, e-commerce, and the Internet of Things were already well established on the tech trends radar.
Ericsson: The future of technology is all about collaborations

Ericsson: The future of technology is all about collaborations

Even as the world is talking about realising different 5G use cases, it is becoming amply clear that the future of technology is going to be driven by collaborations.
5G as a catalyst for socioeconomic growth

5G as a catalyst for socioeconomic growth

5G is a platform for innovation, and because of its socioeconomic multiplier effect, it will serve as the critical infrastructure that will spur Vietnam’s Industry 4.0 and digital transformation initiatives.
Immersive experiences in sports with 5G

Immersive experiences in sports with 5G

Service providers are looking to deliver improved and immersive experiences to satisfy consumers’ heightened enthusiasm and expectations of exciting new 5G-enabled services and enhanced mobile broadband.
5G adoption beating subscription records

5G adoption beating subscription records

5G remains on track to become the fastest-adopted mobile generation in history with subscriptions increasing at a rate of about a million per day, according to the June edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report. Denis Brunetti, president of Ericsson Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos, shares some of the key insights from the report.
Beyond faster connectivity for consumers with 5G

Beyond faster connectivity for consumers with 5G

With today’s hyper-connected world where consumers are spending increasing amounts of time online, ICT connectivity has become one of the most important indicators of the modern consumer experience.
Leveraging mobile connectivity for smarter factories

Leveraging mobile connectivity for smarter factories

Ericsson expects over two-thirds of the world’s manufacturing sites to reside in Asia by 2025, with Vietnam increasingly becoming a major manufacturing and investment hub for multinational companies.
Importance of connectivity in Vietnam’s economic recovery

Importance of connectivity in Vietnam’s economic recovery

The current pandemic has disrupted the daily lives of people around the world. In this landscape, ICT has been helping many cope with the lockdown.
The global tech trends of the future

The global tech trends of the future

The unprecedented events of 2020 have brought into focus the critical role that digital infrastructure plays in the functioning of virtually every aspect of contemporary society.
Leveraging digital infrastructure to spur on economic recovery

Leveraging digital infrastructure to spur on economic recovery

Networks are as important to nations as roads and electric grids and airports – and the pandemic stands testimony to this.
The significant role of ICT in living sustainably

The significant role of ICT in living sustainably

The topic of climate change has become more prevalent in the global debate and awareness of consumers in the world. Denis Brunetti, president of Ericsson Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos, writes about how ICT can play a significant role in living sustainability. 
Transforming factories of the future

Transforming factories of the future

The smart manufacturing market is expected to grow rapidly by 2030, promising significant profit margins for factories and warehouses utilising 5G technology.
Reaping 5G network benefit across all industries

Reaping 5G network benefit across all industries

By 2025, 5G is poised to reach 2.6 billion subscriptions covering up to 65 per cent of the world’s population and generating 45 per cent of the world’s total mobile data traffic, according to November’s Ericsson Mobility Report.
Sustainable connectivity with high-speed 5G

Sustainable connectivity with high-speed 5G 1

With high performance and low network energy consumption, 5G can be a game changer helping meet future traffic demands, and significantly addressing the energy consumption and climate challenge. Denis Brunetti, president of Ericsson Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos, writes about the vast potential of 5G, and how Ericsson can ensure a sustainable approach with its innovative products and solutions.
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