Info Bytes (02-07-2005) IT products to compete for ADOC HA NOI —Ten information technology products and solutions have been selected to contest the APEC-initiated ADOC Award, the Viet Nam Association for Information Processing has said. The entries include a product for e-office, software for international cargo transportation and customer management, two business management solutions and an e-learning system. The entries were chosen by a council of experts from the National Steering Committee on IT, the Viet Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the ministries of Post and Telematics, Science and Technology, Trade, and Finance. Their selection was based on criteria such as the frequency of use, number of users, social impacts and product life span. The ADOC Award is sponsored by the APEC Digital Opportunity Centre (ADOC) Secretariat of Taipei, Taiwan, to recognise the best e-practices from six participating countries including Viet Nam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Chile, Peru … [Read more...] about IT products to compete for ADOC
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HA NOI — The Viet Nam Software Association officially launched a programme to give awards for developments in software. The awards are made annually to businesses and for products of domestic software industry as well as individuals and organisations who have contributed to the development of software and IT industry of Viet Nam. Ministry grants VoIP licences to CMC Telecom HA NOI — The Ministry of Information and Communications has granted licences on the Voice over Internet Protocol 175 service to CMC Telecom Infrastructure. Telecom is installing the equipment and connecting the national and international telecom network to provide service in April-May. The VoIP service will be cheaper than the landline. Viet Nam has 10 licensed businesses to build infrastructure network and over 60 companies providing internet services with more than 21 million internet users and 2.2 million broadband internet subscribers. Press association calls on IT stories for annual award HCM CITY … [Read more...] about Software association launches awards programme
VietNamNet Bridge – The high demand for Internet addresses to develop smart houses would help speed up the shifting from IPv4 to IPv6. In order to develop smart houses, which is considered new tendency for new urban areas, service providers would need a very high number of Internet addresses for different modern equipments such as TV, refrigerators or air conditioners. Meanwhile, the modest number of IPv4 left clearly cannot provide enough addresses. This means that in order to develop smart houses, it would be necessary to use IPv6 addresses, which would speed up the shifting into IPv6. A senior executive of the Vietnam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT) has revealed that it plans to provide some basic services, such as email, web, VPN and LTE on IPv6 basis in a trial period in 2013-2014, and try other services like IPTV, VoIP and video conference by 2015-2017. Besides, it would also conduct research on the technologies relating to IPv6. Other Internet service … [Read more...] about Smart houses would help impulse the shifting to IPv6
VietNamNet Bridge – Foreign firms have been providing voice and SMS services on Vietnam’s broadband infrastructure, while they do not bear any Vietnamese legal constrains. This means that the issue of the national sovereignty on Internet has been neglected. For example, in a submarine cable network connection, the current laws clearly point out which areas and which places international partners can reach to. However, the problem now is that the world has shifted from the pure business environment to the broadband network on Internet, where the concept of “boundary” no longer exists. Also according to the executive, foreign OTT enterprises (over the top) such as Viber and Line have been providing similar services like Vietnamese telecom network operators (providing voice and SMS services), while they have not been put under the management of the Vietnamese agencies. Therefore, he has expressed the worries about the country’s sovereignty, sovereign … [Read more...] about National sovereignty on Internet neglected?