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.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) announced a 9.7% rise in group revenue for the six months ended June 30 2012 to RM4.80 billion from RM4.38 billion (US$1.54 billion from US$1.40 billion) in the corresponding period last year.
Four East Asian countries have banded together to lay down a new high-speed submarine cable in a bid to provide faster connectivity and higher efficiency for financial institutions to conduct transactions within the region, the BBC has reported.
The owner and operator of one of the largest Wi-Fi networks in Malaysia believes that making amendments to the law isn’t the right response to address certain cyber security concerns expressed by the government.
Traditional fixed-line operators must learn to co-exist peacefully with their over-the-top (OTT) counterparts, especially in an increasing data-centric world.