Telco Deep Dive: Industry & regulator need to join hands, keep Malaysia on fast track to developed nation
DNA speaks to Celcom Axiata Bhd and Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd as part of the continuing coverage of its Telco Deep Dive 2018 with Celcom saying it can save RM500 million if the 5G 700MHz spectrum is given out speedily.
Week in Review: New Malaysian Communications and Multimedia minister needs to get on accelerated learning curve
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.
At GECommunity 2017, the futurist predicted trends in digital business and called for entrepreneurs to seize opportunities offered by Industry 4.0.
Sarawak state in Malaysia has a new leader who is staking its economic future to the digital economy.
In an aggressive positioning to become a Digital Economy, Sarawak introduces a slew of initiatives, including forming its own version of MDEC.
As Malaysia’s digital infrastructure, especially mobile, gets better, great care must be exercised to ensure the digital gap is closed to ensure inclusive participation.
DNA launches its inaugural Pulse on Malaysia’s Digital Economy under its Deep Dive series with Karamjit Singh giving it a personal score of 3.5
The relationship between mind and machines today is at a turning point, because it gives us an opportunity to really improve the world of industry, and accelerate economic growth, with SEA to benefit as well.
OMGTel is confident that its technical expertise will boost its efforts to become Singapore’s fourth telco provider, even as the spectrum auction looms.
How are network operators dealing with the bandwidth demands of smart devices while gearing up for an IoT future?