Packet One Networks Sdn Bhd (P1) showed how Malaysian SMEs can take advantage of the latest technology to engage their customers when it used Google+ Hangouts on Air to broadcast a recent corporate event live over the Internet.
4G service provider Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1) has rolled in the East Malaysian state of Sabah, saying it aims to provide up to 80% household coverage in the urban parts of state capital Kota Kinabalu by the end of 2012.
Information and communications technology (ICT) regulators have to re-evaluate their roles and make changes to the way they work if they are to evolve together with the industry, according to a policy maker.
Chip giant Intel established its global investment and M&A organization Intel Capital in 1991. Its South-East Asian arm was established in 1999 and has since invested US$95 million in technology companies in the region – and not necessarily startups alone.
Green Packet Berhad reported its first quarter financial results for 2012 with revenue as of March 31 2012 increasing by 5% Year-on-Year to RM128 million (US$40.86 million).
Heikal M. Ali, executive director of Jalenas, still dreams of providing affordable high-speed broadband to Malaysians, and is putting his money where his mouth is.