Security function undermined by weak relationships with wider business Response to cost-of-living is entrant at No.1 on Top 10 telecoms risk radar
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
Penalised for failure to comply with Mandatory Standards QoS Reaffirms firm stance against failure to maintain standards set in CMA’98
Will continue to offer free access to a range of information-related apps and services Industry is making a range of online learning resources available to customers for free
Businesses and consumers in Malaysia need not worry about the performance of the country’s broadband infrastructure despite the increase in traffic the nation has experienced during the four weeks it has been on partial lockdown, said the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC).
Maxis stands out as overall market leader in Q2 2019, while Digi lags behind.
MCMC, in 1H2019, steps up the pace at which it hits Malaysian telcos with fines for any transgressions made.
An SD-WAN platform that enables automation will help telcos connect to and integrate across all the different compute edges.
Maxis, Celcom and Digi all report declines in y-o-y service revenue, subscribers and ARPU.
CEOs of Malaysia’s main telcos signed the Consumer First Pledge that aims to raise consumer experience across the board.