iflix has signed an agreement with Telekom Malaysia to provide its content for free to customers of the latter’s Streamyx and UniFi home broadband packages.
Sebelum akhir tahun pemerintah akan mendorong pertumbuhan 5 OTT lokal OTT dianggap menguras kapasitas jaringan operator tanpa membayar pajak
The number of VoLTE (Voice over Long-Term Evolution) connections is anticipated to reach two billion by 2020, rising from an estimated 123 million in 2015, according to a new study from Juniper Research.
Brocade has announced new Network Visibility solutions and a partner ecosystem that it said would empower mobile network operators with critical insights into the traffic within their networks.
It was a slap in the face for many participants at DNA's inaugural What’s Next conference when Media Prima Television Networks CEO Ahmad Izham Omar revealed the cold hard truth: Urban folk do not represent Malaysia.
The TV business is changing and Astro has upped its game by coming up with Astro OD Entertainment, providing Malaysians with a new way of consuming its content – as long as their Personal Video Recorders are connected to a WiFi network.
A new study from Juniper Research has found that OTT voice providers are expected to see an increase in their service revenues by 2020, reaching over US$10 billion and representing a fivefold increase over the next five years.
Despite fintech startups being the sexy new kids on the block, and a host of new digital-fuelled payment initiatives and platforms, such disruption will not kill off the incumbents, MOL Inc founder and chairman Ganesh Kumar Bangah told the What's Next conference.
Ericsson has announced the addition of a new functionality, WiFi calling for multi-device, to its existing WiFi calling solution, which would allow operators to extend voice service coverage from smartphones to millions of WiFi-only devices such as tablets and personal computers.
Most Malaysian mobile operators are expected to offer WiFi calling services to their customers by the end of 2016, according to Sebastian Barros, vice president of solutions for Ericsson Malaysia and Sri Lanka.