Karamjit Singh sees innovation as a common thread running through some of the stories in DNA this week, including Frost & Sullivan’s Global Innovation Centre in Iskandar Malaysia and Goh Thean Eu’s telco recap for 2014. Oh, and Patrick Grove comes into the picture too with his impending iflix service.
Who’s winning the celco war in Malaysia? DNA editor Goh Thean Eu gets fiscal and crunches the 2014 numbers from Celcom, Digi and Maxis.
Service providers are supportive of Communications and Multimedia Minister Ahmad Shabery Cheek’s call for more affordable broadband prices, according to Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Dr Halim Shafie.
DNA launches a new channel dedicated to covering the Personal Tech space. Founder and CEO Karamjit Singh explains why, and what the new channel will set out to do.
Telenor Group has announced the appointment of Albern Murty, currently COO of Digi.Com Bhd, as its new CEO. Current Digi CEO Lars-Åke Norling will take on the CEO role in Total Access Communication PCL (dtac) in Thailand.
Mobile operator Digi.Com Bhd's efforts to focus on the data business and improve the mobile Internet experience appear to be yielding positive results.
Solid data growth fuelled Digi.Com Berhad (Digi) to a strong finish in 2014, with data revenues accounting for 40% of the Group’s overall service revenues in the fourth quarter of 2014.
Digi has announced a partnership with social communication application WeChat which would allow its customers to connect to Digi’s Official Account on WeChat (ID: DIGI_MY) to perform various transactions.
It may have introduced a brand refresh, with a new tagline and new brand pillars, but it is still data and the mobile Internet that is driving Digi forward.
Months after rival Maxis refreshed its brand identity and in the same week that Singaporean telco giant Singtel rebranded itself, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd also rolled out a refreshed brand identity.