Make in Vietnam
A "Make-in-Vietnam" open source code email service provider has stated that its service can compete equally with Google and Microsoft.
Digital technology industry will become one pillar for the establishment of a digital government and the modernization of the agriculture, industry, and service sectors as well as all aspects of the society.
As the world is curbing the influence of tech giants, this presents an opportunity for Vietnamese social networks to create a foothold by finding their own directions.
“Make in Vietnam" is an initiative/slogan launched by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) in 2019, aiming to promote development of the domestic ICT industry.
Zalo, with 67 million active users, plays an important role in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic in Vietnam.
Since 2019, VinCSS has embarked on research and development of a "Make in Vietnam" ecosystem entirely on strong passwordless authentication with 07 complete solutions and is still being innovated.
Vietnam expects to jump into the second position in the region in terms of digital economy, just following Indonesia, officials have said.
Vietnam’s technology firms are capable of creating technological solutions that solve Vietnamese problems, but they still cannot overcome users’ doubts about their products.
The Ministry of Information and Communications has announced the list of 35 national digital platforms need to be developed, and has assigned Vietnam's key tech corporations to research and create these platforms.
Four products received the gold prizes of Make in Vietnam Digital Product Awards 2021 at a ceremony held on December 11.
The National Forum for Development of Digital Technology Businesses 2021 will discuss solutions that will enable digital transformation to be the driving force for economic recovery and development.
South Korean ICT firms have been encouraged to invest in Da Nang as Vietnam is prioritizing investment in hi-tech and innovation projects with a focus on R&D.
Cyber Apply Vietnam, EM&AI, MOVAN ISO, tMonitor and MiSmart are five startups selected by the Vietnamese Ministry of Science to introduce to investors.
Cloud computing platforms will be a new-generation telecommunications infrastructure used for the development of a digital government, economy and society.