Malaysia's MCMC urges telcos to upgrade their 4G network elements or 5G's potential will not be realised.
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Driving Malaysia’s Digital Economy forward will fall under Gobind Singh Deo’s portfolio Has to drive all parties hard to ensure Malaysia has world class telco and digital infrastructure MALAYSIA’s peaceful transition of power from an incumbent party that had ruled the country since independence in 1957 to its defeat in the 9 May election, the 14th in the country’s history is still making global headlines.
Malaysia's digital economy aspiration is being dampened by the relatively slow Internet speeds available here, the head of the country’s national ICT custodian admitted.
Singapore Technologies Electronics Limited (ST Electronics) said that its telecom systems integration arm OrisTel Systems Pte Ltd (OrisTel) has signed an agreement with Alcatel-Lucent to act as its preferred regional value-add partner for the distribution of ultra-broadband fixed and wireless access products.
Fibre broadband operator ViewQwest announced its capability to offer 2Gbps fibre broadband, claiming this was the first in the world outside of Japan, and the fastest residential Internet connectivity in Singapore.
Norway is the only major European country to make it into the top 10 global markets in the Broadband Development Index, a new service launched by global technology research and advisory firm Ovum to track the take-up of high-speed fixed and mobile broadband services in 191 countries.
According to Tim Takala, technical director for Asia and the enterprise network division at TE Connectivity, there are various opportunities that Malaysia can take advantage of to become the regional data centre hub, and one of them is in disaster recovery.
Telekom Malaysia’s Italian chief technology and innovation officer, Giorgio Migliarina, shares with Karamjit Singh why he sees strong opportunity in delivering IoT services
Analysts expect that Maxis Bhd, the country's largest mobile operator, would likely continue to face challenges in the near-term, especially in the prepaid segment.
There may be many reasons why your broadband connections are slow, but here are the three most common ones.