The latest mid-rangers from Samsung comes equipped with a quad-camera system, OIS and 90Hz displays at a more affordable cost
The three Malaysian telcos are collaborating for faster, more efficient fibre backhaul deployment and network rollouts.
The Malaysian telco saw increases in subscriber base, but faces challenge in increased data traffic. Pledge to further improve network capacity as well as 4G coverage.
The first 5G Cybersecurity Test Bed in Southeast Asia is a collaboration between three parties, and is a vital part of Malaysia’s digital economy progress.
TM reports resilient FY2020 performance, ready to play vital role in supporting MyDigital, 5G rollout
The national internet and telecommunications company reported resilient financial results despite hard times, and is now embarking on their ‘New TM’ phase.
In its desire to be seen as an attrative destination for foreign investment, the Malaysian government has accelerated, by 12 months its 5G rollout which will see a government company own and build the 5G network.
The initiative seeks to empower every Malaysian and is expected to assist SMEs and catalyse startups, and top of investing the nation’s critical infrastructure
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.
OPPO’s latest mid-range devices brings 5G capabilities at a more affordable price, alongside unique features like Dual-view Video