Mobile data services will become the key driver for mobile operators in Malaysia and is expected to surpass mobile voice revenue in 2017, according to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Mobile Service Tracker 2H 2013.
Edwin Yapp signs up for LTE and tells us his initital impressions of the much-talked about service.
Suresh Sidhu, the current chief corporate and operations officer of Celcom Axiata Bhd, has been made CEO of e.co, an infrastructure company owned by Axiata.
Operators can expect to see 30 times as much data on their networks as they carry today, and many are using small cells to cost effectively boost capacity and coverage in the right place at the right time, writes Mathew Simon of Alcatel-Lucent Malaysia.
DiGi says its LTE spectrum is sufficient for the time being Company working on refarming the 1800MHz spectrum [Original heading amended to better reflect DiGi's stand] MALAYSIA'S third largest mobile operator DiGi.com Bhd believes it has enough spectrum to grow its 4G-LTE (Fourth Generation Long-Term Evolution) coverage even though it has spectrum limitations.
Edwin Yapp ponders the June instalment of Disrupt and comes away wondering what operators must do to boost LTE adoption in the country.
Mobile data traffic to jump tenfold by 2019, video the main catalyst Indoor coverage important, telcos need to consider advanced solutions
Korean mobile operators were able to increase their ARPU with LTE However, Korea is unique and won’t be easy for Malaysian celcos to emulate it
Fastest developing mobile system technology ever DiGi giving away copies of Digerati50 to attendees
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