Having acquired a 55.3% stake in Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (P1), Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) – now the controlling shareholder – and its partners have announced the new P1 board members and the company’s key management line-up.
TM said it has completed its acquisition of a majority stake in Packet One Networks (P1) after getting the necessary approvals from the relevant regulatory bodies and the shareholders of P1 parent company Green Packet.
TM has launched its Shop in A Box retail solution offering, which it claimed would enable retailers to increase productivity and thus profits by using bundled value-added services.
The South East Asia-Middle East-Western Europe 5 (SEA-ME-WE 5) consortium has announced that the contract for the deployment of the SEA-ME-WE 5 undersea cable system spanning 20,000km from Singapore to France has come into force.
Heightened competition is a given and Karamjit Singh learned how to rephrase a standard question in the toolkit of journalists, thanks to his attending back-to-back press conferences by Axiata and Telekom Malaysia.
Axiata president and group chief executive officer Jamaludin Ibrahim is unfazed by Telekom Malaysia’s entry into the mobile space and believes that this will grow the pie bigger, even as his company posted higher revenue but lower profits.
Telekom Malaysia reports 8% revenue growth for the 1H2014 period, with its LTE service to come.
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.
Some of the smaller stories around IP and e-commerce caught DNA founder Karamjit Singh’s attention this week and he explains why.
Telekom Malaysia is launching its LTE services today in Kedah but DNA sees a bigger objective in the launch.