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Digi Home Fibre Broadband services to be available via TIME Network

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Digi Home Fibre Broadband service will be available via the TIME dotCom fibre network, especially in residential condominiums and apartments.

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Malaysia’s first 5G Connected Ambulance in Langkawi powered by Digi

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Digi to pilot the first 5G connected ambulance in Malaysia to enable real-time medical data transfers between paramedics and the hospital.

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TM & U Mobile collaborates on Malaysia 5G Demonstration Project (5GDP)

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) and U Mobile to explore network sharing opportunities using TM’s 5G Demonstration Project (5GDP) Langkawi network as the platform.

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Digi 5G Demonstrates Virtual Tourism Experience, live view of Gunung Machinchang

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Digi 5G allow visitors to enjoy a 360-degree view of Gunung Machinchang, live-streamed from 20 kilometres away, a virtual tourism experience.

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Celcom partners Langkawi Port authority for 5G Demonstration

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In collaboration with Langkawi Port authority, Dermaga Tanjung Lembung, Celcom Axiata demonstrates how 5G technology enhances daily operation.

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TM & Digi collaborates on Malaysia 5G Demonstration Project (5GDP)

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Telekom Malaysia (TM) and Digi will work together in testing the capabilities, possibilities and limitations of Malaysia 5G network sharing.

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Malaysia 5G Network to be Commercially Available by July 2020 – MCMC

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MCMC has identified the 700MHz, 3.5GHz and 26/28GHz as the pioneer spectrum bands for the roll-out of 5G in Malaysia, by 3Q of 2020.

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5G now supported on 63 Smartphones, among 199 Devices – GSA

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There are over 199 5G supported devices announced all over the world, including 63 smartphones according to GSA, the Global mobile Suppliers Association.

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