5G

Maxis announces key management updates
CTIO Morten Bangsgaard leaves in Dec, Information & Technology roles to be split 3 standalone units to be formed - Information Technology, Network & Tech Strategy
Maxis IoT Challenge returns, seeking 5G-enabled IoT Solutions
Challenge part of continuing partnership with MDEC and industry collaborators Invites parties to develop solutions for remote collaboration, manufacturing, security
Micron Technology forging ahead with 5G
As 5G comes onstream, more memory will be needed at the edge Killer app will evolve and emerge over time once platform has been built
Aerodyne-Celcom collaborate to develop 5G-based drone tech solutions for smart cities and agriculture
Celcom strategy to strengthen links with local digital entrepreneurs Aerodyne to jointly explore, develop solutions using 5G technology
Sunway, Celcom and Huawei Malaysia ink MOU to develop 5G in Sunway City
Development of smart solutions in areas of public safety and security, telehealth Collaboration will boost technological capacity building, & demonstrate immense potential
The Future of Indoors with Digital Indoor Systems
Digital Transformation, 5G & Covid-19 have accelerated growth in indoor traffic “5G Indoor Coverage as a Service” business model is very attractive but needs refining
Al-Ishsal Ishak’s term as MCMC chairman ended abruptly, Fadhullah Suhaimi appointed as new chairman
The Malaysian Ministry of Communications and Multimedia has announced a new chairman, who replaces Al-Ishsal Ishak, whose 2-year tenure has been ended 4-months early.  
Huawei launches ASEAN Academy, aims to empower Malaysia’s digital talent
Dedicated training module aims to nurture Malaysian talents across various business and technology sectors.
C&M industry performance report finds that Malaysia is on track towards “Connect 2030”
Highlights of the annual report, that will be made available in June by the MCMC, finds that Malaysia has achieved a commendable achievement in the Communications & Multimedia industry for 2019.
5G deployments marginally affected by lockdowns: GSMA
The GSM Association (GSMA) does not believe the ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic will adversely affect worldwide 5G rollouts but concedes that near- to mid-term deployment schedules may be delayed, and demand from consumers may be weakened.
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