Telekom Malaysia got back into the wireless ring last week with the launch of its TMgo service. Edwin Yapp breaks down the significance of the launch and analyses what the impact would be on the industry.
Telekom Malaysia is launching its LTE services today in Kedah but DNA sees a bigger objective in the launch.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), the largest fixed-line phone company in the country, is asking for a two-month extension to obtain the necessary approvals for its acquisition of a majority stake in wireless broadband service provider Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1).
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.
As news of Telekom Malaysia expanding its presence into the wireless broadband segment via the marjority acquisition of Packet One Networks on March 27 begins to sink in, industry analysts remain unconvinced if the buy-out is a good deal for TM and its investors.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), the country’s largest fixed-line operator, has agreed to buy a 57% stake in Packet One Networks Sdn Bhd (P1) for RM350 million (US$106 million), putting an end to rumours that have been percolating for almost two years.
Telekom Malaysia, the country's largest fixed-line telecommunications company, said it is open to talks with any party to help transform itself into a full-suite services provider.
Telenor’s Sigve Brekke talks about how new demand for data is coming from unlikely market segments, which in turn drives the demand for spectrum across various bands.
Playing a critical role in the tech ecosystem in Malaysia, Malaysia Debt Ventures (MDV) has helped close to 500 companies over the last 11 years.
Initially positioned as a disruptor to the incumbent telcos, while making a bet on the once highly touted WiMAX technology as its platform, Green Packet Bhd is now betting its future on the same technology platform as the rest of them -- LTE. And it is swallowing some bitter tablets, notes Karamjit Singh.