A second chance for YTL Comms, but how successful will it be?
For YTL Comms to be a credible competitor, it cannot stumble the way it did when it first came into the picture: The wireless operator landscape today is very different from what it was six years ago, writes Edwin Yapp.
YES goes to town again, this time with LTE
With the grand launch of YTL Comms’ next-gen network today, it is important to put this development into perspective and ask some pertinent questions, writes Edwin Yapp.
P1 expands coverage to East Coast and East Malaysia
P1 said it has extended its 4G network to the East Coast of West Malaysia, and East Malaysia.
TM: P1’s WiMAX can be a profitable business
Telekom Malaysia Bhd, the country’s dominant fixed-line operator, believes that there is plenty of room for improvement for Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd’s loss-making WiMAX business.
YTL Comms to be profitable soon?
YTL Comms CEO optimistic of breaking even, declines to say when Plans to launch LTE in near future, Samsung the expected vendor
Bottom of pyramid stirs excitement for Telenor
Telenor’s Sigve Brekke talks about how new demand for data is coming from unlikely market segments, which in turn drives the demand for spectrum across various bands.
Telenor’s Asia CEO Brekke on OTT and spectrum re-farming
Armed with the lessons from telcos in the west, Telenor’s Asia executive vice president Sigve Brekke feels that telcos in Asia have the upper hand when the likes of Facebook and Google come knocking.
As Michael Lai leaves, what next for P1?
If there is one thing you could say about Michael Lai of P1 is that he is as tenacious a telco executive as they come. But it would seem that he too had reached his limits.
P1’s Michael Lai calls it quits, CC Puan steps in
Michael Lai has stepped down as chief executive offficer (CEO) of Packet One Networks (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd for personal reasons, with Green Packet Berhad Group founder and CEO Puan Chan Cheong stepping into the role.
For YTL Comms, it’s all about 1BestariNet
Until YTL Comms landed the 1BestariNet project last year from the Ministry of Education, it was looking like the company would struggle to fulfil the grandiose promise laid out by its executive chairman Francis Yeoh, writes Karamjit Singh.