Telekom Malaysia adds another submarine cable system to its growing network.
It is the responsibility of all stakeholders, both public and private, to connect as many people as possible to the Internet, Facebook Inc’s vice president of Business Development John Lagerling told the Indosat IDByte 2015 conference in Jakarta.
A global consortium of telecommunications companies, formed to build and operate the South-East Asia-United States (SEA-US) submarine cable system, officially announced the start of construction.
Connectivity has had a transformative impact, with nearly all consumers surveyed in emerging markets (97%) reporting fundamental life changes in key areas of their lives, according to Juniper Networks.
TIME dotCom Berhad invests US$56 million into a US$300 million transpacific submarine cable system to handle exponential growth in IP traffic.
Dr Walter Gabriel and his chairman Dr Raymond Chin of Quantum Electro Opto Systems Sdn Bhd (QEOS) are aiming to be world leaders in the IoT space. Both believe the recent IP acquisition of Centric to be a key step.
Quantum Electro Opto Systems Sdn Bhd (QEOS) has acquired Silicon Valley-based Centric Technologies, LLC in a US$40 million (RM129 million) deal that announces its global ambitions.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has joined forces with 14 other telecommunications companies (telcos) to set up a consortium for a new submarine cable system that will connect three continents.
Telekom Malaysia Berhad has signed an agreement with Abu Dhabi-based Etisalat which would allow the Malaysian telecommunications giant to leverage on the latter’s SmartHub facility at the Fujairah Cable Landing Station.
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.