Hanoi is hosting Qualcomm's first research and development facility in Southeast Asia as the tech giant looks to serve its local partners.
Vietnam seeks to launch commercial 5G mobile services this year, the Ministry of Information and Communications has said.
The Qualcomm Vietnam Innovation Challenge 2020 was officially launched on December 12 to support the development of Vietnam’s rising technology eco-system.
Politburo member and Chairman of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission Nguyen Van Binh has called on the US-based Qualcomm Incorporated to continue assisting Vietnam in developing its technology eco-system.
Vietnam’s real estate-tech-retail giant Vingroup started construction on its smart phone factory - the second of its kind - in Hanoi on June 10.
On the sidelines of Qualcomm 4G/5G Summit in Hong Kong recently, Jim Cathey, president, Asia Pacific and India senior vice president, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., shared with Thanh Van his insights into Vietnam’s advantages in adopting 5G and how Qualcomm can help facilitate the deployment of this technology in the Industry 4.0 era.
The vigorous growth of the internet and technology in Vietnam is expected to provide a platform to support the development of a digital economy.
The introduction of 4G and 5G will be important foundations for Vietnam’s digital economy.
The Bphone 2017, the next generation of the Vietnamese-made smartphone developed by Hanoi-based Bkav, is finally being released this month in its creator’s bid to turn the tide after the notorious failure of the phone’s maiden model in 2015.
Tech firm Bkav is seeking new markets for its smartphone,Bphone, after joining meetings with foreign distributors at a recent global summit on mobile telecommunications in Hong Kong, according to Vietnamese media.