Data centers are the foundation of the digital world. Without them, there would be limited growth capacity in Cloud computing, IoT, 5G, Big Data, and AI. As the sheer amount of data generated grows exponentially, so does the need for innovation in data center technology.
Phenikaa MaaS Technology JSC (Phenikaa MaaS), member of Phenikaa Group, has recently joined the local authorities and enterprises of HCM City to deploy food delivery buses in an attempt to secure the supply for the people.
Consumers pay paramount importance to cellphone CPU performance. Cellphones with excellent performance can not only provide consumers with smooth video-watching and cheerful game-playing delights, but also bring remarkable experience.
Tokyo 2020 unveils the victory ceremony podiums recently. On the podium, there are the Olympic and Paralympic symbols which are cut by Bodor 2kW laser cutting machine.
From September 15, cross-border platforms such as Facebook and Google will have to remove ads in violation of regulations within 24 hours after receiving a notice from the Ministry of Communications and Information.
Vietnam’s internet connection via the Asia America Gateway (AAG) undersea cable broke down a mere two days after being fixed.
Microsoft is urging Windows users to immediately install an update after security researchers found a serious vulnerability in the operating system. The new vulnerability could allow hackers to take over your device
Busmap: From a “national” public transport application to the Covidmap “for the people” and smart mobility solution
In cooperation with the Government, Ministry of Health and local authorities in disease prevention and control, Phenikaa MaaS Technology JSC (member of Phenikaa Group) has supported more than 10 provinces/cities to build Covid epidemiological map (CovidMap) based on the core map technology from BusMap app. This is a very humanistic solution that shows Phenikaa MaaS’s spirit for society and community in its journey to being a conscious business.
The impact of location on the property price, the complicated legal procedures and the lack of transparency in the constructional and operational process are three factors that slowing down the digital transformation in the real estate and construction industry in Vietnam, according to Mr Chu Quang Thai – Digital asset project development specialist, South office of the National Startup Support Center – Ministry of Science and Technology.
The Ministry of Science and Technology has just partnered with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to launch a…