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Cambodia is changing from a quiet, tranquil country to a lively, tech-savvy nation.

A 5G wireless network would reduce latency and boost bandwidths. Photo supplied
Tue, 22 August 2017

Operators gear up to test 5G technology

Mobile network operators are investing heavily to expand and upgrade their 4G networks in Cambodia while looking ahead to future 5G technologies.

Tue, 22 August 2017

PlasGate plays a key role in providing secure communication for OTP and A2P

Over the last 10 years, the SMS service which is known for secured communication for A2P and marketing mostly used by banks, financial institutions and e-commerce platforms, has been growing tremendously.

Tue, 22 August 2017

Make way for PayWay

Cambodia’s e-commerce sector has been gaining momentum in recent years, with a cluster of financial technology (fintech) companies giving their best efforts to make a sustainable mark in this predominantly cash economy.

Amazon’s Prime Now service is proving a big hit in Singapore
Tue, 22 August 2017

Filling in Cambodia’s e-commerce gap has finally arrived in Southeast Asia but the majority of the e-commerce giant’s myriad suppliers still do not deliver to Cambodia.

Sok Sopheakmonkol, CEO of startup company Codingate.
Tue, 22 August 2017

SokhaKrom App enhances healthcare accessibility

Cambodia’s IT industry is flourishing with the creation of innovative apps. The latest app to hit the market is providing a platform to make locating medical professionals and health services easier.

A customer uses a smartphone to scan a QR code on a Pi Pay point of sale system in Phnom Penh
Tue, 22 August 2017

ICT in the news

It wasn’t the busiest quarter for Cambodia’s ICT sector, but nevertheless, the last three months involved some interesting developments.

Officers monitor security footage in real time in Phnom Penh
Tue, 22 August 2017

Beefing up public and private surveillance equipment

Phnom Penh has recently placed a renewed focus on increasing security equipment around the city, with more than 1000 security cameras now installed.

The reception desk of Post Media.
Tue, 11 July 2017

Join The Post as a reporter/sub-editor

The Post Media Supplement Department is looking for a full-time reporter/ sub-editor. Job description: Applicants must have interest and ability in covering a broad range of topics including property, finance, business, ICT, education and lifestyle. Applicants must also have an understanding of the media business and be able to think of themselves as cross-media journalists who are cognisant of the commercial aspect of a newspaper. Duties include pitching stories, writing and subediting for all supplements. Send applications and writing samples to