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Make-in-Vietnam platforms compete equally with foreign giants

With a young population and 78 percent of people accessing the internet, Vietnam is now a fertile land for digital platform developers.

Cybersecurity is not optional

In recommendations to agencies, institutions and businesses on information security, the Authority of Information Security (AIS) said that under the law, cybersecurity is not optional but necessary in today's risky environment

Four Vietnamese companies to manufacture network equipment in joint effort

Four Vietnamese technology firms, MK Hi-Tek, SafeGate, Pavana and Vissoft, are cooperating to develop the MK Networks brand, specializing in manufacturing network equipment. The first products are scheduled to hit the market in 2024.

‘Make in Vietnam’ needs better preparation, resources to become a success

Building and implementing the national program on heightening independence and self-reliance of Vietnam’s production by 2045 is an important policy at making the nation develop sustainably in the era of international integration.

Vietnamese white-hat hackers develop Deepfake detection tool

A Vietnamese-made toolkit that discovers Deepfakes was introduced at BlackHat Asia 2023 held in Singapore.

Vietnamese-made smart insect-monitoring system exported to Japan

The smart insect monitoring system, exclusively designed and manufactured in Vietnam, aims to solve problems in digital transformation in agriculture.

'Make in Vietnam Digital Technology Product' Awards 2023 launched

The Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) and the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) held a press conference to announce and launch the "Make in Vietnam Digital Technology Product" Awards 2023 in Hanoi on July 12.

Frame solutions proposed for IT network security

After analyzing four major cyberattack trends, the Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology (PTIT) has suggested three frame solutions to develop network safety and security.

AI enters the world of Vietnamese language teaching

The manager of a foreign invested enterprise (FIE) in Vietnam wanted to learn Vietnamese language quickly so that he could read 90 percent of general documents. However, he was too busy and had only one hour, from noon to 1 pm, every day to learn.

Vietnam's AI robot introduced

The robot Anan can understand Vietnamese voices and guide learners. Parents can also receive reports on their child's psychological status and learning results through the app.

Make-in-Vietnam evokes pride, becomes national brand

Make-in-Vietnam must become a national brand. This is the expectation of the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) after three years of running the Make in Vietnam Digital Technology Product Award.

Make-in-Vietnam AI products increasingly popular in domestic market

AI-based products researched and developed specifically by Vietnamese engineers for Vietnamese users have become more popular.

Made-in-Vietnam virtual assistant Kiki becomes popular

Kiki, which can communicate with Vietnamese users by voice, is often integrated into smart speakers and cars.

Make-in-Vietnam smart device for sleep quality wins award

FRENZ Brainband is the first Vietnamese product to win the CES 2023 Innovation Award for the wearable category. It is seen as a breakthrough device for the global sleep and neurotechnology industry.

MIC acts as cradle for digital tech firms to test their products

Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung stressed that MIC is the leading ministry in the Make-in-Vietnam campaign and serves as the cradle for technology firms to experiment with and develop products.

Make-in-Vietnam sleeping machine developed by professor

FRENZ Brainband helps users have faster, tighter and deeper sleep. It can also be used for relaxing and enhancing concentration when working.

60% of enterprises shift focus from outsourcing to full production

In 2022, the ratio of Vietnamese value to ICT revenue reached 27 percent, an increase of 2.35 percent over the year before.

'Make in Vietnam' instrumental in going global

Digital technology industry as a bright spot in the economy with an industry-wide revenue of $148 billion, up 10 per cent against 2021.

Vietnamese digital technology industry's revenue estimated at $148 billion in 2022

A national forum on the development of digital technology enterprises (Make in Vietnam Forum 2022), one of the biggest annual events of Vietnam’s digital technology industry, was held in Hanoi on December 8.

Vietnamese ICT enterprises more deeply involved in global value chain

Over 10 years ago, Vietnamese software companies performed only a few stages under orders from foreign partners but the work has now expanded.