Author: Edwin Yapp
Malaysia’s use of a single wholesale network for mainstream 5G deployment is unheralded. So what are some of the challenges it will face? Edwin Yapp reports.
Malaysia's audacious and controversial plan to employ a single wholesale network (SWN) in its bid to build the country’s next generation 5G network has met with a continuum of views, with some in the industry questioning whether it is the best course of action.
A new study by Cisco Systems says cyber security awareness growing but organisations not spending to protect further.
3G spectrum refarming is a common method to make way for more efficient 4G and 5G technology. But the key to success is to do it orderly and systematically. Is Malaysia government's fast tracking of this process putting it at a disadvantage? Edwin Yapp explores.
Unpredictable turn of events have forced Malaysia to delay its initial aggressive plans to award 5G spectra to mobile operators. But is this necessarily a bad thing? Edwin Yapp explores these complex issues in a Malaysia that has been dominated by Covid-19 headlines and a change in government in 2020.
DIGITAL transformation activities in Malaysia are expected to grow fueled by managed and cloud services despite what the country is up against due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, according to open source vendor Red Hat Inc.
Edwin Yapp tests drive the new Samsung Tablet S7+ to see if it’s a worthy laptop replacement.
Aa the world continues to grapple with the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd conducted business as usual when it launched its latest flagship device, the Samsung Note 20 series smartphone and a slew of other products.
Edwin Yapp took the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for a ride and here’s what he came up with.
MCMC works closely with telcos to provide needed infrastructure to businesses Allianz Malaysia sees a digital first world, embraces trend since few years ago