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Singapore Telecommunications: Singtel to Collaborate with Intel to Launch 5G Multi-Access Edge Computing Incubator

Enable enterprises to develop 5G use cases, drive innovation and accelerate digitaltransformation

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Singapore, September 9, 2022 – Singtel today announced its collaboration with Intel to establish a 5G Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) incubator that will enable enterprises to seamlessly adopt 5G, deploy applications requiring low latency processing at the edge, drive innovation and accelerate their digital transformation.

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“Singtel’s 5G network and Paragon MEC platform are transforming operations in industries such as advanced manufacturing, smart logistics, healthcare, retail, transportation and urban planning. With Intel, we collectively bring together our best knowledge, expertise, assets, and ecosystem. to help meet business needs, improve operational efficiency, unlock new opportunities and advance in a 5G world”

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Bill Chang,
Chief executive officer,
Group company and regional data center, Singtel

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Mr. Bill Chang, CEO, Group Enterprise and Regional Data Center Business, said, “Singtel’s 5G network and Paragon MEC platform are transforming operations in industries such as advanced manufacturing, smart logistics, healthcare , retail, transportation and With Intel, we collectively bring together our best knowledge, expertise, assets and ecosystem to meet business needs, improve operational efficiency, unlock new opportunities andadvancing in a 5G world.”

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The incubator will be powered by Intel’s 4th Generation Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Data Center GPU, named Ponte Vecchio and supported by Singtel’s Paragon, a unique orchestration platform for 5G edge computing and cloud services, which will simplify the adoption of these 5G services for enterprises. The collaboration will focus on developing the application and ecosystems to deliver transformational use cases for businesses and consumers, such as high-definition content delivery, cloud gaming,video analytics, augmented virtual mixed reality and metaverse.

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Mr. Christoph Schell, Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Intel, said: “As enterprises navigate significant digital transformation, technologies such as 5G, edge, artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud play a key role in helping to deliver new use cases.Our collaboration with Singtel will help accelerate the use of these technologies to solve real business challenges, using our unique combination of hardware and software spanning Xeon, GPU , Smart Edge, OpenVINO andplus, as well as a broad portfolio of ecosystem innovations.”

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Enterprises can leverage the Singtel and Intel ecosystem to deliver their 5G use cases, including ready-to-deploy applications for rapid trials and proof-of-concepts for research and development. One of the first successful trials on the platform is a content delivery solution. Other ongoing trials include a video analytics AI solution in collaboration with Axis Communications, a mixed reality utilization solution for real-time workspace collaboration with HTC, and a power saving developed by Quanta that enables a more sustainable MEC platform for businesses.See Appendix A for more testing details.

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Singtel and Intel are jointly inviting solution providers with leading 5G applications to join the program and incubator for rapid trials and pilots. As more solution providers join the ecosystem,businesses will have access to a wider range of capabilities and solutions to fine-tune their operations.

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Solution providers interested in integrating their applications into the ecosystem and running joint trials with enterprises can contact Singtel at [email protected]

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