Chiew Kok Hin
Exemption for telcos & data centres on potential increase in power tariffs MyIX lowered port pricing by 33% last year to further benefit country
The Malaysia Internet Exchange said it continues to be an important Malaysian asset due to its role of 'keeping internet traffic local.'
Demand for Internet bandwidth in Malaysia continues to rise with the Malaysia Internet Exchange reporting a peak of 1.46 Tbps in June 2022, more than doubling the 588 Gbps posted in May 2020 during the first movement control Order.
Enhanced infra also in line with MyDigital blueprint to be leading digital economy 3 new members join- Nexworks Communications, Fastly from US & Dtac Trinet of Thailand
Forward School in Penang offers hands-on classes, project-based teaching Crisis offers an opportunity to play offense, ‘We want to play to win’
MyIX hails Ministry of Transport’s commitment as reassuring to foreign investors Every 10% increase in international bandwidth per user sees 0.24% GDP increase
AIMS @ Cyberjaya will be serving as the company’s flagship facility, and is interlinked with AIMS’ data centers in major cities across SEA.
Stay home Malaysians find work and play salvation over broadband MyIX & telco operators progressively upgrading infrastructure to serve users
End-Q2 2020 completion, usage exclusively to support Facebook & family of apps Govt encourages all undersea cables planned for deployment in SEA to land in Malaysia
2018 peak at 391Gbps, over 70x increase from 5.8Gbps recorded in ‘09 MyIX plans more training, knowledge sharing, will co-host Peering Asia 3.0