Celcom Axiata will work with UUM and Orangetree Production to support the Ministry of Education’s move to digitise education in Malaysian schools, but that leaves us wondering about the similar 1BestariNet project.
The pretty big announcement that coding would be part of the Malaysian school syllabus from next year onwards came very quietly … which is not surprising because we’ve heard this all before, writes A. Asohan.
Open source vendor Red Hat Inc is confident that it will grow even further in 2016 thanks to opportunities within Asia, according to its regional chief.
YES 4G wireless broadband services operator YTL Communications Sdn Bhd’s recently reported financial results have raised questions whether it was still on track to break even next year, reports Goh Thean Eu..
A recent report by a local telco analyst got Edwin Yapp thinking if migrating to TD-LTE would give WiMax player YTL Communications an edge.
YTL Communications Sdn Bhd’s 1BestariNet project to connect 10,000 national schools across Malaysia with its YES 4G Internet service, integrated with the cloud-based Frog VLE (Virtual Learning Environment), won the Best Broadband Cloud Award at the 2013 Broadband InfoVision Awards ceremony held recently in Amsterdam.
YTL Communications and Intel Malaysia have formalised an agreement that would see the introduction of Intel-based integrated 4G laptops and tablets for the 1BestariNet programme which seeks to deliver a cloud-based virtual learning platform and high-speed Internet connectivity to 10,000 schools nationwide.
Red Hat Inc has announced the completion of its collaboration with telecommunication service provider YTL Communications to deliver what it described as a scalable, cost-effective cloud platform for e-learning in schools.
One of the ‘Fathers of the Internet, Google chief Internet evangelist Vint Cerf, discusses how bring the Web into the classroom promises to transform education.
It was a week of telco tales, writes Karamjit Singh: A new MVNO launched by an MVNA; Maxis’ new CEO declining his role due to personal reasons; a telco that is actually an Internet company; and the big momma of them all seeing data and Internet revenue overtaking voice.