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M1 partners with Accenture to drive more 5G enterprise growth

By Ken Wong - on 25 Apr 2022, 12:41pm

M1 partners with Accenture to drive more 5G enterprise growth

The partnership will co-develop best-in-class solutions using 5G, IoT, edge computing and the Cloud. Image source: M1.

M1 and Accenture have announced a partnership to drive 5G growth for enterprises.

The partners say that they will jointly work together to identify and address key challenges of selected industries through co-developed 5G-powered solutions.

Initial target markets will be the maritime, energy and utilities, and smart estates industry verticals.

Manjot Singh Mann, Chief Executive Officer, M1., said:

5G and its game-changing capabilities is something that we have relentlessly worked to realise value for consumers and businesses. Here at M1, we are ready to transform businesses and industries with True 5G, true to Keppel’s Vision 2030 to contribute to smart cities of the future.

M1 has been working on 5G enterprise use cases for a while and has been partnering with companies to drive 5G enterprise deployments and adoption.

We’ve covered some of these partnerships during an M1 5G partner showcase at Keppel Bay last year where there was a showcase of autonomous solutions run and communicating over 5G.

To date, M1 has conducted more than 15 5G use cases and partnerships, ranging from maritime drones to autonomous vehicles in smart estates. These include 5G drone trials at the Maritime Drone Estate with Airbus, supporting port operations, incident management and response at the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore and Infocomm Media Development Authority, 5G augmented reality surveillance and video analytics for workplace safety and efficiency with Keppel Offshore & Marine, and a commercialised food delivery robot that is currently serving in CleanTech Park with Continental and JTC.

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