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TM awarded contract for ‘1Malaysia’ submarine cable system
TM announced that the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) has awarded it a contract, via an open tender process, to develop and construct a new submarine cable system, called Sistem Kabel Rakyat 1Malaysia (the ‘1Malaysia People’s Cable System,’ or SKR1M).
InterContinental signs up for TM’s Hospitality Entertainment Solution
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) said it has signed a service agreement with InterContinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur for the provision of its Hospitality Entertainment Solution.
TM offers SurePay rebate for Shop in A Box offering
TM and MDeC, under the Digital Malaysia Cloud Computing Adoption Programme for SMEs 2014, have announced a rebate incentive of RM750 to all small and medium enterprises that sign up to SurePay Point of Sale (POS), a payment and collection solution that allows businesses to accept cash, debit and credit card payments.
TM to use EMC Smarts to improve HSBB customer experience
Telekom Malaysia said it would be using EMC Corp’s Smarts solution for its high-speed broadband (HSBB) network infrastructure.
TM and MYTV in RM1bil digital TV infra-sharing deal
The delivery of digital terrestrial TV in Malaysia took a major step forward when MYTV Broadcasting and Telekom Malaysia inked a 15-year RM1-billion deal for the former to use the latter’s infrastructure.
TM to provide bandwidth to Altel’s Net2One
TM has inked a wholesale services partnership with telco newcomer Net2One Sdn Bhd, under which TM will provide Net2One with high-capacity bandwidth services.
Telekom Malaysia rolls out optional retirement scheme
Telekom Malaysia Bhd has announced a special optional retirement scheme called Skim Mesra, available to its employees aged 55 and above.
Post-acquisition, TM announces new P1 board and management
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-P1 deal goes through
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.
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