Bandwidth

Malaysians getting hungrier for bandwidth
The Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX) said that for the first six months of 2014, the aggregated Internet bandwidth consumption in Malaysia increased by 105% to a total of 306,970 Mbps.
Solving bandwidth and food shortage with fibre … optical, that is
Two seemingly unrelated problems, famine and bandwidth shortage, could be solved by using a optical fibres, according to Professor Dr Hairul Azhar Abdul Rashid, attached to the Faculty of Engineering at Multimedia University (MMU).
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CSF changes data centre business model to adapt
CSF Group Plc has changed its business model to better compete, while urging lower bandwidth costs, writes Karamjit Singh.
Mobile operators vs OTT: No end in sight
Amid the glitzy array of smartphone and tablet announcements made in the first few days of the Mobile World Congress (MWC), there were other industry issues debated, albeit more inconspicuously, within the halls of the Fira Gran Via – issues that could threaten disruption in today’s fast growing mobile-dominated world.
AIMS rolls out cloud-based caching service
AIMS Group has expanded of its Managed Services portfolio, which currently includes different levels of IT infrastructure and application hosting, with a cloud-model based service known as ‘Caching by AIMS', saying it can shave 50% off local ISPs' international bandwidth costs.
Maxis offers double data quota with off-peak special
Maxis has tweaked its new Maxis Home Wireless Internet plan with an off-peak downloading offer that could double users’ data quota -- customers can get up to a total of up to 48GB of data with no additional monthly fee.
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