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Norwegians presented breakthroughs at dtac’s AI, machine learning seminar

When Telenor’s Thai mobile operator dtac arranged a talk (arranged on 21 March) around the data science breakthroughs with artificial intelligence and machine learning, two prominent speakers represented Norway. Andrew Kvalseth, dtac’s newly appointed Chief Marketing Officer, and Telenor’s Senior Research Scientist Kenth Engø-Monsen shared their insights as part of this ‘dtac loop: The Shapes…

Nokia launched Singapore Cloud Collaboration Hub

On 9 April Nokia strengthened their cloud and data center services with the official launch of the first Nokia Cloud Collaboration Hub in Asia. Based in Singapore, the hub is an execution center where multivendor cloud services from strategy, design, execution and delivery are provided. The launch was also the opening of their expanded regional…

Norway-Asia Business Summit 2018 details

The Norwegian Business Association in Singapore presents the seventh edition of the Norway-Asia Business Summit (NABS), taking place 16-18 April in Singapore. The summit will explore how to navigate the geo-political landscape in Asia; discuss how to succeed in the time of digitalisation; provide insights on advanced manufacturing, blockchain technologies, white spaces and unicorns; and…

New Business Sweden frontier SEA markets report

‘Capture the growth of the frontier SEA markets’ Swedish companies can, and should, despite expected challenges, invest in the ‘frontier Southeast Asia markets’ – Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar. The business opportunities are there – especially within four sectors that Business Sweden (BuS) has pinpointed in its new ‘point of view’ report. In its report BuS’…

Dtac held big data, AI, machine-learning talk

The ‘dtac loop: The Shapes of Data’ event underscored how machine learning, connected devices and big data can empower society. On 21 March mobile service provider dtac held a talk with four speakers on big data and machine learning. They demonstrated how connected devices, big data and machine learning can be combined to unlock new…

Organizational structure change starts at dtac

dtac has announced changes to its organizational structure, designed to better fulfil the company’s purpose, stated a press release. The Digital Group, which focuses on digital sales and marketing, will be merged into the Marketing Group. This will strengthen dtac’s ability to use analytics and digital capabilities to create real-time personalized offers. The changes are…

HMD Global celebrated one year, Nokia 3310 4G launched

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, celebrated its first birthday in late December, having made, in just 12 months, 12 major announcements including the introduction of eleven new devices, and global partnerships with industry heavyweights such as ZEISS. Throughout this fast-paced period, the home of Nokia phones has been guided and motivated by the…

dtac anticipates massive increase of digital channels use

On 30 January dtac announced strategic targets to achieve its 2020 digital ambition. The company plans to increase the use of digital channels by up to seven times, allowing its customers to accomplish more and to complete routine operations faster. By 2020, 35 per cent of dtac’s sales will be through digital channels, in contrast…

dtac’s digitalization: 40 hours of employee training

dtac (Telenor’s digital and telecommunication business in Thailand) has issued a “40-hour Challenge” to all of its employees, to encourage them to grow their digital skills and complete 40 hours of online digital training within 2018. This represents three to four times more than dtac’s current averages, and up to 10 times more than what…