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Govt, Huawei open 5G Ecosystem Innovation Centre to boost digital transformation

By The Nation

 

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The country laid down foundations for its 5G on Monday with the launch of the Thailand 5G Ecosystem Innovation Centre (5G EIC) in Bangkok.

 

A collaboration between the Digital Economy and Society Ministry, Digital Economy Promotion Agency (Depa) and Huawei, the centre will serve as a sandbox for development of digital innovations for 5G applications and services across various industries in Thailand. These innovations will create new business opportunities for SMEs, start-ups and educational institutions.

 

The aim is to make Thailand a digital hub of the Asean region.

 

Located at the Depa, 5G EIC will serve as a testbed for 5G applications in medical care, smart agriculture, remote education, smart security, and other sectors.

 

It is designed to accelerate the 5G ecosystem and help local SMEs and start-ups embrace technologies such as the cloud, AI, and IoT for digital transformation. The centre will also cultivate Thailand ICT talent and upgrade digital skills to global standards.

 

During the opening ceremony, Depa also announced the “Thailand 5G Ecosystem Partnership Alliance”.

 

“Depa’s mission is to drive Thailand towards the digital economy,” said Depa president and CEO Nuttapon Nimmanphatcharin.

 

“Thailand 5G EIC will bring together an international alliance network to drive Thailand digital innovations in the long run. Collaboration between Depa and leading global companies like Huawei in establishing the 5G EIC will greatly enrich the [5G] ecosystem,” he added.

 

The Depa chief also thanked Huawei for its “continued contributions towards Thailand’s acceleration in growth of sustainable ecosystems”.

 

Huawei will incubate over 100 local SMEs and start-ups annually to adopt 5G solutions for different vertical industries in three years, said Abel Deng, CEO of Huawei Thailand.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/edandtech/30394886

 

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

the centre will serve as a sandbox for development of digital innovations for 5G applications

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The aim is to make Thailand a digital hub of the Asean region.

 

another day, another hub.

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I just got a Huawei 5G hotspot working for my home Internet service.  It hits 420 megabits/second and costs 1099 baht/month.  That's 8 times faster than my wired DSL for about 300 baht more per month.

 

I made a full video about it, just posted it yesterday. 

 

 

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Looks like Thailand doesn't really care what Trump thinks...

😝😃

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Huawei will be safe here....not too many state secrets to steal.....well....except the secrets of corrupt and unusually wealthy pollies:)

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13 minutes ago, mwbrown said:

I just got a Huawei 5G hotspot working for my home Internet service.  It hits 420 megabits/second and costs 1099 baht/month.  That's 8 times faster than my wired DSL for about 300 baht more per month.

 

I made a full video about it, just posted it yesterday. 

 

 

I'm on 500/500 in sleepy Cha Am......for a lot less!

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thank god/buddah/allah/nobody at all 

 

that thai telecom operators don't have limits on data

 

euh WAIT...

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1 hour ago, mwbrown said:

I just got a Huawei 5G hotspot working for my home Internet service.  It hits 420 megabits/second and costs 1099 baht/month.  That's 8 times faster than my wired DSL for about 300 baht more per month.

 

Why? No fibre internet in your city?

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1 hour ago, mwbrown said:

I made a full video about it, just posted it yesterday. 

Thumbs and toes up for imparting this most impressive video presentation!

Huawei and 5G rocks!

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15 hours ago, ChrisY1 said:

Huawei will be safe here....not too many state secrets to steal.....well....except the secrets of corrupt and unusually wealthy pollies:)

Actually, that's exactly the kind of info the deleted want.  Getting dirt on the ruling elite is the first step of manipulation.

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When do you all think the brain chip is coming? That Neuralink Musk is working on? It would be so much more convenient to just give 'them' full control wouldn't it? I'm tired of being responsible for myself anyway. Stop resisting... And I'm tired of carrying around that %*^ thing around in my pocket anyway. Resistance is futile anyway right? As long as I get my universal basic income... it's all good. 🙃

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Just sign over your county on the dotted line general ....That was quick you already have down periscope 🤔 

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