LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SK Telecom (NYSE:SKM, hereinafter known as “SKT”) in the present day introduced that Park Jung-ho, Vice Chairman and CEO of SK Sq. and SK hynix, held a gathering with Cristiano Amon, President and CEO of Qualcomm Included, at CES 2022 to debate cooperation within the area of ICT.
On the assembly, which was additionally joined by Ryu Younger-sang, CEO of SK Telecom, and Lee Seok-Hee, CEO of SK hynix, the executives mentioned cooperation in areas akin to semiconductor and 5G.
SK hynix, the world’s second largest reminiscence chipmaker, and Qualcomm, the world’s main wi-fi know-how innovator held talks relating to collaboration on the event of information middle functions and high-speed reminiscence for PCs.
SKT and Qualcomm mentioned cooperation in 5G enterprise areas together with metaverse and good manufacturing facility.
“With competitors intensifying within the international ICT market, cooperation is not a matter of selection however an absolute necessity,” stated Park Jung-ho, Vice Chairman and CEO of SK Sq. and SK hynix. “All ICT affiliate firms of SK will lead improvements by pursuing cooperation that goes past all nationwide borders and industries.”
About SK Telecom
SK Telecom (NYSE:SKM) is Korea’s main ICT firm, driving improvements in fastened & wi-fi telecommunications, AI service, and digital infrastructure service. Armed with cutting-edge ICT together with AI and 5G, the corporate is ushering in a brand new degree of convergence to ship unprecedented worth to clients. As the worldwide 5G pioneer, SKT is dedicated to realizing the total potential of 5G by way of ground-breaking providers that may enhance folks’s lives, rework companies, and result in a greater society.
SKT boasts unequalled management within the Korean cell market with over 30 million subscribers, which account for almost 50 p.c of the market.
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