Sharil Tarmizi

Aviation looks to the cloud, global framework in pipeline
Aviation and telco industries to implement cloud-based real-time flight monitoring Efforts to develop roadmap and framework to be fast-tracked in the wake of MH370
DTTB: Telcos wary of Puncak Semangat’s 700MHz play
Telenor’s Asia chief seeks spectrum roadmap visibility from MCMC Altel’s Nik Aziz all for beauty contest which promotes innovation  
MDeC to move from Science to Multimedia ministry
An announcement may be made today that MDeC is going to be moved to the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia from its current ‘home’ in the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation; Karamjit Singh explores the implications.
DNS poisoning: MYNIC admits servers compromised
The registrar for the ‘.my’ top level domain MYNIC Bhd has admitted its servers had been compromised, which led to search queries for certain websites being redirected to temporary sites deliberately set up to give the false impression that the websites concerned had been hacked.
Keep calm and stop spreading hate online, urges MCMC
Industry regulator the MCMC has urged the public to stop sending, sharing and posting ‘hate speech’ via social media.
The grid stands up to GE13: MCMC
Despite fears and rumours that there would be network disruptions during Malaysia’s 13th General Election on May 5, the telecommunications infrastructure managed to accommodate the high traffic, noted the MCMC.
Stop spreading rumours of communications disruption: MCMC
The MCMC would like to call on members of the public to stop spreading rumours that the telecommunications network coverage for voice and data will cease functioning during the general election.
False news: MCMC calls individuals for statements
The MCMC has called 15 individuals to give statements and assist in investigations into the dissemination of false news and defamation via text messaging.
Smartphone rebate turnaround: MCMC hung out to dry?
Even as the MCMC staunchly defended the reasons for imposing a price-cap on the contentious smartphone rebate for youths, the Government did a backflip and removed it, leaving the regulator in the lurch.
5,000+ opt for smartphone rebate; RM500 price cap removed (Updated)
Nearly 5,500 people from ages 21 to 30 had registered for the Youth Communications Package (YCP) which offers an RM200 (US$65) rebate for the purchase of smartphones, as at 7pm on Jan 1, the first day of the offer, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said in a statement. Meanwhile, the Cabinet has agreed to remove the RM500 price cap, The Malaysian Insider reported.
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