Telekom Malaysia Berhad announced record Group revenue of RM7.2 billion for the nine months ended Sept 30 2012 from RM6.7 billion in the corresponding period last year, a 7.2% growth year to date.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) has announced higher speeds for its UniFi for Business (UniFi BIZ) packages, including the availability of Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) as part of these packages.
VADS Bhd recently cemented its position as one of the leading outsourcing service providers in the country by taking home the Outsourcing Service Provider of the Year Award as well as the BPO Engagement of the Year Award at the Outsourcing Malaysia Excellence Awards held in October. DNA founder and CEO Karamjit Singh looks at what else it has up its sleeve.
The challenge of cracking the SME market has got TM to partner the Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM). The former has the marketing heft and the distribution channels, while the latter has the subject matter expertise and a better understanding of how to address the pain-points of SMEs.
Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) has inked an agreement with the Technopreneurs Association of Malaysia (TeAM) to bring cloud computing services to Malaysian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) via TM’s subsidiary VADS.
Telekom Malaysia, the Multimedia Development Corporation and StartupMalaysia.org have kicked off a new accelerator program that they said sharpens the focus on getting startups to market quickly.
If you need further proof that even very smart people can do stupid things, look no further than the Budget 2013 proposal allocating RM300 million (US$98 million) for a RM200 (US$65) rebate for youths aged 21 to 30 to go towards the purchase of a 3G smartphone, writes DNA founder Karamjit Singh.
Puncak Semangat’s initial interest in Jaring could very well be because of its data center infrastructure, which the Internet service provider has spent a fair amount of time and resources on building in the past two years, according to an industry observer.
TIME dotCom rolls out its broadband consumer service, saying that it's going to blow its competitors out of the water. Fun times indeed in the Malaysian tech ecosystem.
The momentum that the Iskandar Malaysia development hub is experiencing can be seen in the numbers: From an average investment of between RM8 billion and RM10 billion from 2006 to 2009, rising to between RM12 billion and RM15 billion in 2010-2011, this year will see the committed investment hit RM20 billion says an excited Datuk Ismail Ibrahim, chief executive officer of the Iskandar Regional Development Authority or IRDA.