On May 26, Digital News Asia (DNA) released its first Deep Dive report, which looked at the telecommunications space in Malaysia. In this article, Edwin Yapp explores the LTE landscape in Malaysia and wonders how operators intend to recoup their investments.
On May 26, Digital News Asia (DNA) released its first Deep Dive report, which looked at the telecommunications space in Malaysia. Over the next two weeks, we will be publishing the articles from the PDF report on our portal, plus other stories. In this article, DNA founder Karamjit Singh takes a quick look at the industry and explains the rationale behind the Telco Deep Dive report.
Puncak Semangat offers a view into how it hopes to make money from Digital TV, Karamjit Singh reports.
IDC projects that the growth rate for voice services revenue in Asia Pacific excluding Japan region will slow down to a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.5% from 2012 to 2017. However, data connectivity or mobile broadband revenue will grow at a CAGR of 19.3% in that same time period.
The action is all happening in the telco space in Malaysia, says Karamjit Singh.
Sonus Networks Inc, a supplier of Session Initiation Protocol-based communications equipment, expects another growth year in 2014, partly backed by the increasing adoption of the mobile Internet.
At a recent brieifing with analysts in announcing its latest financial results, Maxis Bhd hinted that it may pay out fewer dividends in its next financial year. Goh Thean Eu looks into what investors can expect.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd, the country’s dominant fixed-line operator, believes that there is plenty of room for improvement for Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd’s loss-making WiMAX business.
dtac, one of Thailand’s largest mobile operators, has chosen Alcatel-Lucent’s Agile Optical Networking to upgrade its existing 3G (Third Generation) network and lay the foundation for a 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network that will eventually deliver ultra-broadband mobile access to more than 40% of the Thai population.
Two weeks after the TM-P1 deal was announced, Edwin Yapp ponders over the finer details of what it means to the companies as well as consumers.