Telco towers for Asiaspace WiMax

Asiaspace Sdn Bhd, one of the four WiMax licence winners, will use all the 82 telecommunications towers that it has installed in the country to offer wireless broadband access in Peninsular Malaysia by year-end. Chairman Datuk Abdul Ghani Abdullah(pict.) told StarBiz: “We intend to roll out the services both in the rural areas and urban centres, and having the towers ...

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3G Application & Wimax Summit

Date: April 13 – 14, 2007Venue: Shanghai, China Description: Application is the soul for 3G industry getting mature. 3G application finds expression mainly in searching, information, gaming, multi-media, cell payment and position service and so on. With the innovation of telecom technology, lots of advance technology in mobile communication turn up. As the low-cost broadband wirless technology , WiMAX gradually ...

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RM500million on broadband says Green Packet

Green Packet plans to spend at least RM500 million over the next 3 years to expand wireless broadband coverage and roll out its services. “Funding will mainly come from internal funds, equity and other financial instruments,” chief executive officer Puan Chan Cheong told Business Times. By the end of its three-year plan, customers will be able to enjoy services like ...

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Free 3G Phones for Singaporeans

M1 will be giving away 10,000 free 3G mobile phones to customers who upgrades or sign for a new number in line with their 10th year of operation in Singapore. The promotions starts tomorrow. Click here for more info. About M1M1 is a leading mobile communications provider in Singapore, with over one million customers. It provides a full range of ...

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Agency Rejects .xxx Suffixes for Sex-Related Sites on Internet

A longstanding proposal to create a specialized .xxx suffix for sex-related entertainment Web sites received a final rejection yesterday by the agency governing the Internet address system. The plan, first introduced seven years ago by ICM Registry, was rejected by a vote of 9 to 5 by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, or Icann, at a meeting ...

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Direct your question to WiMAX winners..

Redesign Malaysia, an initiative by Josh Lim & Associates to promote and defend the Malaysian’s right for a better broadband service is planning an interview with companies that won the WiMAX license few weeks back. If you have a question that you want to direct it to the WiMAX winners, click here. Note: Your questions will help determine the interview!!!

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TMNet’s GREAT Super Duper Deal

TMNet will be introducing a new Streamyx Super Duper Deal to increase broadband usage in the country. The package which is priced at RM77 /1MBps for 24 months. To subscribe, visit any Clickers Authorised Service Outlet (CASO), TMpoint or TM Authorised Resellers. Register online at www.bluehyppo.com or www.tm.net.my (both websites are not updated at this point of writing, click here ...

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TMNet: Cekap, Cepat dan Pantas

This email was taken from the FOSS'(Free and Open source software Malaysia) mailing list. Written by Kevin Francis We all know that TM is basically screwing us over. This is a fact. Some people have defended TM saying they lack the connections to western countries. Look at this list of peers: http://www.robtex.com/asmacro/as-4788.html Streamyx peers with the London Internet Exchange, Level ...

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The future of Malaysian Telecoms?

Study Finds Radio Spectrum Auctions Prone to Anti-Competitive Behavior A new study filed with the USA’s telecoms regulator, the FCC reports that the regulator’s use of auctions for assigning spectrum licenses could be subject to anti-competitive behavior by incumbent carriers. The announcement about the new study came from M2Z, a company which is seeking to build its own wireless network. ...

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