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  • TECH

    The 3G saga continues... for the worse

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 20/01/2010

    » It has been more than a month now since Thailand joined the civilised world when the Turtlephone Organisation of Thailand launched its 3G network in Bangkok and the surrounding areas. I signed up one day after launch. So, how has the experience been? How is the network? How is the customer service and billing?

  • TECH

    3G demand surges across Indochina

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 27/01/2010

    » A surge in demand for 3G licensing in the Indochina region has brought accelerated expansion in investment from Internet gateway providers to address new market potential and present Thailand as a connecting hub in Asean.

  • TECH

    All up in the air

    Database, Published on 03/03/2010

    » The most efficient and honoured minister of Information and Communications Technology in more than a year asked Chinese companies if they could design a satellite to replace the original Thaicom One; the request, signed by the Defence Ministry as well as by Ranongruk Suwanchwee herself, would call a Chinese-designed bird a Thai name, and use it to replace the satellite that Shin Corp, now of Shingapore, refuses to replace; assuming the Chinese are willing (haha) to design a satellite and deal with the canny minister, it remains to be seen whether they also would like to build, fit, launch and perhaps maintain the bird, and how that would fit in with the Defence Ministry's contention since September, 2006, that foreigners should not be involved in Thai telecoms.

  • TECH

    Dtac announces network upgrade

    Database, Don Sambandaraksa, Published on 17/03/2010

    » Dtac has launched its Apple iPhone 3G and 3G offerings along with the announcement of the completion of a network upgrade that means it is now the first telco to have EDGE in every cellsite nationwide, with top speeds of 120 to 200 Kbps. The telco has also launched a new series of price plans that together will see it shift over a hundred thousand iPhones to the Thai market this year.

  • TECH

    Out of their league

    Database, Published on 24/03/2010

    » Some companies sponsor football teams to boost their image and get their name out; No 1 yuppiephone network Advanced Info Service of Shingapore is going to sponsor an entire football league to try to get the country over all that bad image the Supreme Court's decision about Thaksin Shinawatra poured on the firm; the AIS Regional League will gather 74 clubs nationwide, play 1,500 matches in total, and every member of the championship team will get a huge prize - one year of free mobile phone calls.

  • LEARNING

    Aiming for quality

    Learningpost, Purich Trivitayakhun, Published on 06/04/2010

    » Last month, the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN), in collaboration with the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment (Onesqa), the Office of the Higher Education Commission (Ohec) and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation Regional Centre for Higher Education and Development (Seameo Rihed), hosted the 2010 APQN Conference and Annual General Meeting in Bangkok.

  • TECH

    Inet looking to finalise data centre deal with Malaysian firm

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 07/04/2010

    » To tap the potential of Internet data centre business, Internet Thailand (Inet) will expand its present Internet Data Centre (IDC) by teaming up with a Malaysia-based company.

  • TECH

    Mobile broadband creates new revenue stream for operators

    Database, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 05/05/2010

    » The explosion of mobile broadband is bringing new market opportunities for mobile operators to create new revenue streams beyond voice communication through cloud computing and home networking business.

  • TECH

    Don't forget, computers are made by humans

    Database, James Hein, Published on 26/05/2010

    » As you might imagine, I often get asked questions about all manner of IT subjects. Sometimes these questions are very simple ones and this reminds me that not all people are computer experts, or even what I would call computer-aware. So, this week, I'm going to go right back to the basics.

  • TECH

    Expansion of security at the local level

    Database, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 02/06/2010

    » In a bid to strengthen its market base in Thailand, Fortinet has addressed the strategy of adopting a more ''local touch'' by offering maintenance services at the distribution channel and expanding to the upcountry market.

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