Chan Kee Siak
Astro’s plunge into e-commerce benefits other e-commerce players in Malaysia and consumers as well, says Karamjit Singh, whose attention was also caught by the launch of a venture debt fund in Singapore and the 2014 financial results of Fusionex International, whose CEO Ivan Teh is a DNA Digerati50.
Astro’s foray into e-commerce, led by its newly-launched home shopping channel, has Karamjit Singh intrigued as he looks what Astro’s Korean partner brings to the table and what impact this will have on smaller e-commerce players.
Celcom Planet, the US$80mil 50:50 e-commerce venture between South Korea’s SK Planet and Malaysia’s Celcom Axiata, has announced what is likely to be the first of many partnerships with existing e-commerce sites. Exabytes CEO Chan Kee Siak explains the value of the partnership.
Malaysian webhosting provider Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd has launched what it described as the country’s first integrated logistics service platform, and also announced its 100% acquisition of Usonyx Pte Ltd.
Web hosting company Exabytes and 4G service provider Packet One have announced a partnership aimed at providing the small and medium enterprise (SME) market in Malaysia with end-to-end solutions.
More than 34 local game developers and tertiary students participated in the CGM Game Jam 2013, an international game prototype development competition that was held from Dec 14-15 in Kuala Lumpur, said its organiser Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd.
Webhosting provider Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd announced that Malaysian supermodel Amber Chia has officially launched an online marketplace featuring celebrity fashion, Stars.my.
Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd has launched an ‘all-in-one’ mobility-enhanced webhosting plan, EBiz Power Hosting, for small and medium businesses across the Asean region.
The Tech Event 4 Penang startups are trying to create a regular series of events in the state to get those interested in the scene to attend and get excited about the possiblities there.
Exabytes Network Sdn Bhd has announced its upcoming “.NET Domain Gila Promo”, which sees a steep reduction of first-year .NET domain registration fees from RM55 to RM3.99.