Author: Karamjit Singh
The first-ever roundtable held by Digital News Asia was on the future of IPTV, in light of the remarkable progress that Telekom Malaysia Bhd has been making in getting over 370,000 customers for its UniFi service which comes bundled with its IPTV play, HyppTV.
Astro, with an eye to its eventual listing, is starting to strengthen its value proposition. Addressing the biggest challenge it faces, the multi-screen viewing habits of younger audiences, it has come up with Astro On-The-Go (AOTG) service.
It may be the Asia Pacific century and Asia does have the fastest growing Internet adoption in the world, but when it comes to getting an internet domain for your business, .com still rules over other top level domains (TLDs).
Guilty until proven innocent amendments from June 1 Pervasive technology would make this impossible
Business research and consulting firm Frost & Sullivan recently announced it had chosen Malaysia as the hub for its Global Innovation Center of Excellence with five such centres to be located in Medini, Iskandar employing 830 knowledge workers.
Carlist.my, which was launched in 2009, now has a new shareholder in the form of Catcha Media, which took a 50% stake, valuing the country’s leading car site at RM10 million (US$3.2 million).
Doorstep.com.my, an online retail business focused on the corporate market, has seen a quantum leap in revenue within a year. It is now looking for a strategic partner for an equity injection to help it expand into new markets.
The Asian Business Angels Forum (ABAF), being held May 23-25 at the Marriott Hotel in Kuala Lumpur, kicked off with a pre-conference training day which saw hundreds of eager start-ups hungry to get feedback from regional angel investors on the viability of their products and go-to-market strategy.
The market that DiGi built a multibillion-ringgit business in over the past 10 years has stopped growing, and will be further diminishing in importance. Its CEO Henrik Clausen tells Digital News Asia how he and his company are facing that reality.
MSC status company Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd recorded around US$4.8 million revenue for 2011, a 30% jump over 2010. Profits, at US$670,000, were up 80% over 2010. The company is now expanding into Singapore and eyeing an eventual listing.