Having launched as a hub for green and hi-tech investment in 2013, the Danang Hi-Tech Park has lured 18 investment projects, of which nine foreign direct investment (FDI), with total US$564 million.
The idea of building a Vietnamese website on coronavirus stems from the fact that the world's infection map does not have a Vietnamese version.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has signed a decision to approve the Da Nang Information Technology Park (DITP) as a centralised information technology (CIT) zone.
Da Nang City opened the first phase of its information technology (IT) park modeled on the U.S.’s Silicon Valley on Friday.
Elsa Speak, an English learning application, has successfully raised 7 million USD in funding from Google and Silicon Valley in the US.
A Japanese newspaper has heralded Ho Chi Minh City as a “Silicon Valley of Asia” thanks to its upgraded infrastructure and growing financial areas.
The first Vietnamese Young Intellectual Forum will take place in the central city of Da Nang from November 27-29, with 200 Vietnamese intellectuals residing domestically and abroad taking part.
Ho Chi Minh City is planning to transform three of its eastern districts into “innovative urban areas” as part of a master plan to become a "smart city" by 2020.
The 26th Vietnamese Information Technology (IT) Olympiad and the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) for the Asian region opened in HCM City on December 6.
Silicon Valley-based Fenox Venture Capital announced intentions to pour capital into Vietnam after immense investments in Indonesia in the last several years.
VOV.VN - Since its inauguration 15 years ago, the Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) has drawn numerous investors including Intel, Samsung, Nidec, FPT and Jabil. Ho Chi Minh City is taking steps to turn the park into the region's Silicon valley.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc urged the Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) to develop itself into a Silicon Valley in the region during a ceremony marking its 15th founding anniversary in Ho Chi Minh City on October 29.
A workshop talking Vietnam-US cooperation in information technology (IT) application in agriculture took place in Ho Chi Minh City on October 20.
From his Christmas vacation with his family in the Silicon Valley, Pham Duc Trung Kien, a visually impaired investor known as “the bridge builder between the US and Vietnam,” shared his thoughts with VIR regarding Vietnamese education.
VOV.VN - Ho Chi Minh City has launched a new US$45 million fund to create a start-up ecosystem that aims to provide entrepreneurs the chance to successfully grow their business.
Experts from US tech giant Microsoft will take part in a training program aimed to provide technological assistance and infrastructure solutions for Vietnam startup projects backed by the Vietnam Silicon Valley (VSV) project.
Many foreign high-tech enterprises, most of them from Silicon Valley in the US, have shown interest in investing in the Saigon Silicon City project being developed at Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) in HCMC’s District 9.
A US professor has recently introduced his book to Vietnamese youngsters who are interested in entrepreneurship.
500 Startups will invest a total of US$10 million in Vietnam’s startup ecosystem, the US-based startup incubator announced on March 8.
Vietnam is witnessing a growing trend in the application of future technologies such as Big Data and Cloud computing into business activities.