The telecom giant Viettel on June 19 announced it is among the members of a consortium developing a high-performance under-sea cable connecting Vietnam, China, Japan, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
Internet speed in Vietnam is expected to fully recover on June 11 as repairs of the two major undersea cables are completed, the Internet Service Provider (ISP) said on June 3.
A broken section of the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable linking Southeast Asia and the US has been detected in recent times, an internet service provider said on June 2.
Internet connection to Vietnam via Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) undersea cable was cut off entirely after it encountered an as yet unidentified problem on May 23 morning.
The Anti-Money Laundering Steering Committee convened a meeting in Hanoi on September 3 to discuss activities serving the Asia-Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG)’s upcoming mutual evaluation of Vietnam’s mechanism to fight money laundering and terrorist financing.
The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to some Asian countries broke at 5.30 pm on May 27, affecting internet connections.
The risk of money laundering in Vietnam is at “average high” level, and that of terrorist financing at “low” level, according to a recent report released by the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV).
Vietnamese chess players brought home two more gold medals on October 12 – the sixth day of the 2018 Asian Para Games (APG) in Indonesia.
The Anti-Money Laundering Steering Committee convened its first meeting in Hanoi on June 19 to discuss working regulations and tasks.
The Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) international undersea cable broke down at 23:50 on April 23, disrupting Internet connections from Vietnam to other countries, according to the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications (VNPT).
The Internet traffic through the Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG), the international Internet cable connecting Vietnam to Asian countries that broke down on February 27, is expected to resume operation at 5:00 am on April 10.
The Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) international undersea cable broke down at a location about 125 km away from Hong Kong at 6:30 am on February 27, disrupting Internet connections from Vietnam to other countries.
The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable was fully repaired on the night of January 23, restoring full Internet connectivity between Vietnam and foreign countries, two days earlier than scheduled, a representative of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) confirmed.
The internet service connecting Vietnam with other countries is expected to be affected this weekend due to a disruption in the submarine cable systems of Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) and Asia-America Getaway (AAG).
The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore, which was crashed on December 23, 2017, will be fixed from January 6-7, according to an Internet services supplier in Vietnam.
Sluggish Internet connectivity caused by problems with cross-sea cable systems has become a regular annoyance in Vietnam, and users are running out of patience.
The Asia-Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine cable was broken at 16:00pm on June 20, affecting Internet connection in Vietnam, especially for users in central localities.
Vietnam’s internet speed is likely to slow in the coming days following problems with the notorious cable that connects the country with the US, local media quoted sources as saying on February 19.
Repair work on the Asia-America Gateway (AAG) and Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine fiber optic cable lines has been basically completed, said a representative from the Ministry of Information and Communications.
The Asia Pacific Gateway (APG) submarine fiber optic cable line will be operational in Vietnam, according to the Vietnam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT).