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TM caps off great year with ‘ayes’ to all AGM resolutions
TM said its shareholders approved all the resolutions proposed at its 28th AGM held May 7, adding that more than 2,000 shareholders attended to vote for the 11 resolutions that were tabled.
Global Foundries’ Singapore head to helm SEMI regional board
Global Foundries Singapore senior vice president and general manager K.C. Ang has been appointed to serve the SEMI Singapore Regional Advisory Board (RAB) as its new chairman effective immediately.
More than US$180k worth of fake HP products seized in KL
Law enforcement officers seized 80 counterfeit ink cartridges and more than 2,000 counterfeit toner cartridges worth more than RM540,000 (US$182,250) in Kuala Lumpur recently, Hewlett-Packard said in a statement.
We Asians love food and social media; and combining them
According to MasterCard’s latest survey on Consumer Purchasing Priorities – Dining, more than one-third of Asia Pacific consumers regularly look for online reviews before making dining out decisions.
The grid stands up to GE13: MCMC
Despite fears and rumours that there would be network disruptions during Malaysia’s 13th General Election on May 5, the telecommunications infrastructure managed to accommodate the high traffic, noted the MCMC.
NI to set up machine condition monitoring lab in Thailand
National Instruments is setting up a state-of-the-art machine condition monitoring (MCM) laboratory in Bangkok, Thailand in partnership with King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB), Kaowna Electric & Business Co Ltd (KEB), and Mataneepan Co Ltd.
Fortinet launches Secure Wireless LAN Solution in Malaysia
Network security firm Fortinet has unveiled its new Secure Wireless LAN solution specifically designed for distributed enterprises.
Stop spreading rumours of communications disruption: MCMC
The MCMC would like to call on members of the public to stop spreading rumours that the telecommunications network coverage for voice and data will cease functioning during the general election.
Social messaging apps will cost operators US$32.6bil: Ovum
Research firm Ovum has forecast that social messaging apps will cost operators US$32.6 billion in 2013, growing to over US$86 billion in 2020, with pace in the space picking up this year.
TM and five other telcos in new submarine cable consortium
TM has signed an agreement with five other regional telco players – Vodafone Group, UAE’s Etisalat, Sri Lanka’s Dialog Axiata, India’s Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited, and Omantel of Oman – to form a consortium to establish the Bay of Bengal Gateway (BBG) submarine cable system.
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