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Telco Deep Dive 2017: Malaysian spectrum refarming: Where are we after a year?
Where are the Malaysian telcos at in regards to their spectrum refarming? DNA takes a look in its latest Telco Deep Dive.
What does 5G herald for the region?
The GSMA predicts that commercial 5G networks will begin to be widely deployed at the start of the next decade and, by 2025, will provide coverage to a third of the world’s population.
Netflix’s Asian ambition faces challenges: Analysts
As Netflix Inc continues to invest heavily to become a truly global VOD service, it can expect impediments in Asia, say several industry analysts.
Nokia Networks introduces Telco Cloud Index for operators
Nokia Networks said it has developed a new index that evaluates operators’ transition to the telco cloud.
Thailand can boost GDP with mobile broadband policy: GSMA study
Effective government policy in Thailand could increase mobile and fixed broadband penetration to 133% by 2020, up from 52% in 2013, according to the GSM Association (GSMA).
Long Term Evolution: A long game in the making
Edwin Yapp ponders the June instalment of Disrupt and comes away wondering what operators must do to boost LTE adoption in the country.
Disrupt session on LTE today, free copies of Digerati50
Fastest developing mobile system technology ever DiGi giving away copies of Digerati50 to attendees
Telco Deep Dive: No clear winner in Malaysia’s LTE race
On May 26, Digital News Asia (DNA) released its first Deep Dive report, which looked at the telecommunications space in Malaysia. Over these next two weeks, we will be publishing the articles from the PDF report on our portal, plus other stories. In this article, Analysys Mason’s Tom Mowat looks at how the LTE competition is playing out from the spectrum perspective.
TM-P1 deal: Analysts cautious of tie-up
As news of Telekom Malaysia expanding its presence into the wireless broadband segment via the marjority acquisition of Packet One Networks on March 27 begins to sink in, industry analysts remain unconvinced if the buy-out is a good deal for TM and its investors.
US$19b for WhatsApp: What Facebook is really getting
As the world recovers from arguably the biggest tech news of the year -- that Facebook splashed out a whopping US$19 billion for messaging player WhatsApp – analysts are in two minds as to whether the deal is worth the price, what the strategy is for the new entity, and how the social networking giant will monetise the newly bought asset, writes Edwin Yapp.
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