As of June, 5G coverage in populated area is 15.3% away from target of 80% Maxis expected to sign agreement upon shareholder’s greement next month
The goal was to cultivate efforts in forwarding enterprise 5G Roundtables attended by executives and CEO of several companies
Yes by YTL Communications recently announced the official Exclusive Beta launch of the NVIDIA GeForce NOW cloud gaming service in Malaysia. The service is only available to Yes 5G customers and is free until 10 April when it will be fully launched and open to the public.
KL-based on-demand services mobile marketplace startup ServisHero and SPCA are cooperating on an online pet adoption drive to find homes for local homeless pets this December.
DiGi says its LTE spectrum is sufficient for the time being Company working on refarming the 1800MHz spectrum [Original heading amended to better reflect DiGi's stand] MALAYSIA'S third largest mobile operator DiGi.com Bhd believes it has enough spectrum to grow its 4G-LTE (Fourth Generation Long-Term Evolution) coverage even though it has spectrum limitations.
Two weeks after the TM-P1 deal was announced, Edwin Yapp ponders over the finer details of what it means to the companies as well as consumers.
YTL Communications and Intel Malaysia have formalised an agreement that would see the introduction of Intel-based integrated 4G laptops and tablets for the 1BestariNet programme which seeks to deliver a cloud-based virtual learning platform and high-speed Internet connectivity to 10,000 schools nationwide.
It was a low profile introduction for the Syed Mokhtar al-Bukhary owned telco, Altel Sdn Bhd, one of the nine telecommunications companies with some 2.6GHz spectrum allocated for Long Term Evolution (LTE) services.
1BestariNet, one of Malaysia’s most ambitious technology-in-education projects, has been dogged by controversy and has become a political hot-button issue as the country heads to the polls on May 5.
Malaysia had three companies walking away triumphant at the 9th annual Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2012 in Singapore last night (June 7): Axiata, Telekom Malaysia and YTL.