Memorandum Of Understanding stories
Synspective & Fujitsu Vietnam unite for disaster defence boost
Japanese satellite firm Synspective and Fujitsu Vietnam collaborate to bolster Vietnam's disaster defences and to advance socio-economic growth with space tech.
Revolutionary smart labels set to transform global parcel tracking
Printed Energy, backed by StBEIF and eSAT Global's game-changing smart label technology, promises satellite-tracked logistics utilising environment-friendly batteries, set to revolutionise the industry by 2025.
SmartSat & NZ Space Agency unite for space exploration growth
Australia's SmartSat and the New Zealand Space Agency unite in a landmark MoU, strategising to boost innovation, R&D, and workforce development in their local space industries.
Synspective's satellite data to aid Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan in disaster mitigation
Japanese firm Synspective partners with Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan for disaster management, utilising SAR satellite data to predict and mitigate natural catastrophes.
Founding of Thailand Data Centre Council to boost digital growth
Bangkok becomes a key digital player as prominent data service providers unite to form the Thailand Data Centre Council (TDCC), aiming to propel Thailand as Southeast Asia's data centre hub.
Indonesia's Telkom & Indosat enhance internet infrastructure
Indonesian telecom heavyweights, Telkom Indonesia and Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison, unite to bolster the nation's internet infrastructure through a focus on internet exchange ecosystems and data centres.
Mashreq & Fils pair up for corporate carbon offsetting service
Mashreq and UAE fintech, Fils, collaborate to launch a blockchain-based, carbon offsetting service to counter 'greenwashing'.
Taiwan hosts 5G-ACIA assembly for industrial IoT 5G standards alignment
Taiwan was the first-time host of the influential 5G Alliance for Connected Industries and Automation General Assembly, promoting global 5G smart manufacturing standards and bolstering Taiwanese manufacturers' global supply chain presence.
Viasat and Safran to launch game-changing InRange telemetry system
Viasat and Safran Data Systems join forces to revolutionise space launch with groundbreaking telemetry system, InRange.
ST Engineering plans to enhance digital transformations in financial services
ST Engineering will enhance digital transformation in finance by expanding cybersecurity solutions, in partnership with the non-profit Elevandi.
FPT Software and Nanyang Polytechnic partner for student internships
FPT Software and Singapore's Nanyang Polytechnic confirm five-year MOU enabling student internships in Vietnam.
Tus-Holdings to explore investment in New Zealand's tech sector
Tus-Holdings, the world's biggest technology park developer, plans to explore investment in New Zealand's tech sector.
BitHealth & InterSystems Partner to boost digital healthcare in Indonesia
BitHealth collaborates with InterSystems in an ambitious plan to transform Indonesian healthcare data management.
ABB, Altilium partner for battery recycling improvement across Europe
ABB partners with Altilium to enhance battery materials recycling in Europe and provide 20% of the UK's battery material needs.
ACS and Zenva join forces to boost Australia’s IT skills
ACS has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the online training platform, Zenva, to boost Australia’s IT skills.
UOB and Keppel team up to encourage sustainability in ASEAN
UOB and Keppel have signed a MOU, to jointly develop and provide businesses with a comprehensive suite of sustainability and digitalisation solutions.
Dubai Chambers opens inaugural Sydney office to boost trade
Dubai Chambers make a double announcement that marks a strategic turning point in achieving mutually beneficial trade deals with Australia.
Chch’s Science Alive to help sci-tech centres in China’s Gansu
Christchurch mayor Lianne Dalziel has signed a memorandum of understanding with her counterparts in China's Gansu that will see local science and tech.
Spark forges deeper links with Huawei to piggyback on Chinese R&D
Spark New Zealand has got closer to Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei Technologies in an expanded deal to accelerate the roll-out of mobile.
Kordia's international cable delayed
Uncertainty surrounds Kordia’s plans to build New Zealand’s second international cable, with delays caused by the imminent sale of its Australian partner PIPE Networks.