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Covid-19 congestion shifts cloud databases to the edge

Edge computing plays an important role in building smart cities and in Singapore, a smart nation.

SGX Research Series: 10 in 10

Willas-Array ready to tap growing demand for electronic solutions

For more than three decades, Willas-Array Electronics (WAE) has focused on the distribution of electronic components in Hong Kong, a business known for intense competition, rapid change and low margins.

Smart cities

Singapore leaps up the rankings in Bloomberg's innovation index

Singapore’s rise against global peers was underpinned by stronger showings in productivity and patent activity, while the city state also retained a world-beating ranking in tertiary efficiency


AI leads list of tech trends to watch in 2019: FleishmanHillard

SINGAPORE (Dec 20): Brands that use artificial intelligence (AI) to engage in detailed and explanatory conversations – seeking to place AI in real-life contexts – will be next year’s big winners, according to FleishmanHillard’s Tech Trends 2019: T

What's holding corporates back from investing in smart power?

SINGAPORE (Apr 11): Regulatory issues are currently present one of the biggest hindrances to smart power advancement, according to Baker McKenzie’s latest report.


Keppel signs MoU with IoT platform provider Envision

SINGAPORE (Jan 31): Keppel Corporation, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel Urban Solutions, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with smart management company Envision to “further the global push for new and clean energy, and smart cit

ST Engineering seeks new engines of growth

SINGAPORE (Dec 8): Vincent Chong, CEO of ST Engineering, is steering the company into robotics, smart cities and high-tech defence solutions.

Broker's Calls

Avi-Tech to gain from a new wave of disruptive technologies: RHB

SINGAPORE (Aug 21): RHB Research is maintaining its “buy” call on Avi-Tech Electronics with a higher target price of 59 cents from 52 cents previously on expectations of positive long-term growth.

Broker's Calls

Now that its M&A mishap is over, Avi-Tech is back on track

SINGAPORE (March 29): RHB Research is initiating coverage on Avi-Tech Electronics, a total solutions provider for burn-in, burn-in board manufacturing and printed circuit board assembly (PCBA), at “buy” with a target price of 52 cents.