Although companies and organisations are already using analytics – some to such an extent that they can use weather patterns to help improve customers’ overall Internet experience – chief information officers (CIOs) in Malaysia believe more can be done to harness its full potential.
Telekom Malaysia (TM) said it took all necessary action to quickly mitigate the routing issue that inadvertently caused disruptions to Internet access across the globe last week, and would take further steps to prevent a recurrence.
The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) said it is looking into the issue of a Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) outage that reportedly caused a slowdown in Internet services across the globe.
MyRepublic, the Singapore-based fibre broadband player, is looking forward to when it can launch in Malaysia, confident that it will find a rich vein of customers.
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Telekom Malaysia (TM) reported first-quarter revenue growth of 5.9% to RM2.77 billion (US$760 million) from RM2.62 billion in the corresponding period a year ago, mainly driven by higher contribution from its Internet and ‘Others’ services revenue.
Malaysia's fourth largest mobile operator U Mobile Sdn Bhd is going to be aggressive with its Fourth Generation/ Long Term Evolution (4G LTE) network rollout this year as it aims to close the gap with the top three operators.
Telekom Malaysia said it has signed an agreement with Symphony Communication of Thailand and Telcotech of Cambodia to form a consortium to build a Malaysia-Cambodia-Thailand (MCT) submarine cable system.
Broadband related news dominates this week’s news on DNA with the Malaysian Government recognising that speed matters greatly, while in Singapore, leading telco Singtel is taking it up a few notches by starting a pilot service that will offers customers up to 10Gbps speeds!
Seasoned telco executive Michael Lai has joined Singapore’s fixed broadband player MyRepublic after the latter bought the Indonesian company Lai was working for in Jakarta.