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Big boys beware, cloud-boosted Asean startups are disruptors: AWS
The Asean region continues to be a fertile ground for cloud computing, and is poised to unleash innovative, disruptive technologies, according to AWS CTO Dr Werner Vogels.
Lower costs for Malaysian ISPs, perhaps not for users though
With two new submarine cable systems connecting to Malaysia this year, the cost to deliver broadband connectivity will be lower over the near-to-medium-term, according to MyIX.
Digi and iflix deepen relationship with bundling pact
Digi and iflix have announced that from Jan 26 onwards, all Digi customers who sign up or upgrade to a Digi SmartPlan 65 or above will receive a free 12mth iflix subscription.
Hooq and iflix gird themselves for Netflix invasion
Netflix said it is be rolling out its VOD service in 130 new countries, but SEA regional players were unfazed.  
iflix crosses 1mil-subscriber mark, appoints special advisor
iflix Group announced it has surpassed one million members, and also welcomed David Goldstein as special advisor.  
Internet TV service iflix free for a year on TM’s packages
iflix has signed an agreement with Telekom Malaysia to provide its content for free to customers of the latter’s Streamyx and UniFi home broadband packages.
iflix about to announce more telco pacts
Internet TV startup iflix will soon announce more partnerships with local telcos in Malaysia and Thailand, even as it launched an offline viewing feature for mobile users.
Digi throws down the 4G LTE gauntlet: What it really means
Digi claims it now has the widest 4G LTE network in Malaysia, but what does this really mean to its users, given its limited spectrum, and how can it up the ante with its rival looking to swoop? Edwin Yapp has some ideas.
Chromecast support now, original content coming: Hooq CEO
DNA editor Keith Liu sat down with Hooq chief executive Peter Bithos for an exclusive interview on topics ranging from competition, content and piracy, to addressing the needs of the emerging market customer.
What’s Next: We don’t represent Malaysia, says Media Prima exec
It was a slap in the face for many participants at DNA's inaugural What’s Next conference when Media Prima Television Networks CEO Ahmad Izham Omar revealed the cold hard truth: Urban folk do not represent Malaysia.
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