YTL Communications’ Yes has launched its 5G wireless service to Malaysia, which the company claimed will pave the way the country to experience the offerings anytime, anywhere.
10 year lease to speed up deployment of national 5G network DNB leverages TM’s fibre network of 640,000km across Malaysia
Customers now get a loud voice in ongoing debate about 5G approach DNB’s Ralph Marshall takes risky pro-MNO approach for leasing capacity
Track record of mobile operators delivering 3G, then 4G stands against them M’sia executed supply driven high tech infra before with fibre broadband in ‘08
Ericsson starts work on building Phase 1A with 500 sites Single vendor choice persuaded by pricing, higher commitments
Digital Nasional Berhad (DNB) has announced that it has chosen Ericsson (M) Sdn Bhd to deploy Malaysia's nationwide fifth generation (5G) network and ecosystem, concluding a tender that first began in March, beating some seven other vendors to the deal.
Malaysia's Digital Nasional appoints Morten Lundal, Lim Tau Kien as new board members, joining 4 existing ones
Digital Nasional Bhd (DNB), a Special Purpose Vehicle wholly owned by the Ministry of Finance to build, own and operate Malaysia’s 5G infrastructure, announced the appointments of telecommunication veteran Morten Lundal and Lim Tau Kien as its independent non-executive directors.
Augustus Ralph Marshall, under investigation in two countries, has tendered his resignation as independent non-executive director at Maxis Bhd, the company said in a filing with Bursa Malaysia.
Morten Lundal believes buy-in from 30 people can trigger mindset change Company needs to get back to being great at everything, targets 2016
What kind of changes can the market expect from Johan Dennelind, the charismatic incoming CEO of Maxis Bhd?