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IZZi iBurst Mobile Wireless Broadband

IZZinet Sdn Bhd formerly known as MoBif Wireless Broadband Sdn Bhd is a subsidiary of MoBif Berhad has launched its iBurst service yesterday. The service which covers Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Cheras and Ampang offers download speed up to 1Mbps and upload speed of 384Kbps. Operating in the 1790 – 1795 MHz band with a 5Mhz bandwidth, iZZi ...

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iBurst launched

iZZinet Sdn Bhd has just launched their iBurst service. The services offers speed up to 1Mbps with a monthly access fee of RM88. To use it, users must sign up a one year contract and will receive a free modem. Kuala Lumpur, Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Cheras and Ampang are covered by iBurst. It is believed that iZZinet Sdn Bhd ...

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Celcom 3G RM68 package

Sounds interesting? Thats what I heard from a friend(not a close one) of mine. Sources say that Celcom MIGHT come up with something like Maxis Wireless Broadband package. Celcom, if you are reading this, I want you to know that I will be excited to sign up for the package. I am not sure whether the rumors are true or ...

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Broadband for Better or Risk?

The recent WiMAX licensing should lead to many more of Malaysia’s communities gaining access to broadband for the first time, and takeup rates can be expected to increase significantly from the small percentage of the population using it now. But with the growth of broadband, broadband user security may well develop into a major business issue. Regardless of physical access ...

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TM’s Technician-The Best!!!!

Technician who’s a credit to TM Recently my Streamyx went out of order and I lodged several reports with TM. For a long time I was not able to use my Streamyx until on June 8 at about 6.30pm, a TM staff from the Datuk Keramat branch by the name of Shukri came to my house to check out the ...

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Telekom’s Unit to offer Fibre to the Home service

Telekom Malaysia’s unit Telekom Research & Development Sdn Bhd (TMR&D) will be offering its fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) solution next year. According to them, the deployment cost can be reduced up to 30%. Does this mean we can have cheaper high speed internet service? “The solution will provide better services and higher speed for broadband services compared to copper wires” said its ...

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Australia fears slow internet speeds

Resulting the issues of broadband access raise by main opposition Labor Party, Australian government gave its 958 million Australian dollars (US$807 million) deal to OPEL Networks Pty Ltd to offer high speed internet service for 3.7 million households and businesses. “Prime Minister John Howard’s government is seeking to counter criticism of the nation’s Internet speeds by the main opposition Labor ...

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Malaysians to get DVB-H mobile TV service

Press Release from MiTV Global mobility leader Nokia and MiTV Corporation Sdn Bhd (MiTV) announced their collaboration to launch a commercial mobile broadcast TV service based on Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) technology in Malaysia in the second half of 2007. Announced at Nokia Connection 2007 in Singapore, and also in conjunction with Broadcast Asia 2007, the agreement is among Nokia’s ...

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Time partners with Hutchison

TIME dotCom Bhd has entered into an agreement with Hong Kong’s Hutchison Global Communications Ltd to offer customised broadband service solutions to corporate customers in Malaysia. Datuk Baharum Salleh, managing director of TIME dotCom, said through the partnership, the company leveraged on Hutchison’s expertise and network coverage in the international telecommunications market to provide customised solutions. “Under the agreement, TIME ...

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Alcatel-Lucent Gets Telekom Contract

Alcatel-Lucent announced today it has been awarded a 10 million euro (RM46.27 million) contract to supply a 10-gigabit next generation IP (Internet Protocol)/Ethernet network to Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM). The network is being delivered through AirStar (M) Sdn Bhd, a local solutions provider in telecommunications and information and communications technology (ICT), Alcatel-Lucent said in a statement. According to Alcatel-Lucent, its ...

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Time signed MoU with Kedah ICT Holdings

TIME dotCom Bhd entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Kedah ICT Holdings Sdn Bhd to join the Kedah Telecommunications Open Provider Infrastructure Access (KTOPIA) project to deliver broadband services. KTOPIA is a multi-service providers’ open access network that delivers broadband services to certified properties, premises, buildings and residences within identified zones in Kedah, TIME dotCom said in a ...

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Time to survive?

Time is currently in talks with certain parties to roll out its 3G services. Quoted from Business Times: “We are in discussions with several companies on the content, network and connectivity.” According to its Managing Director Datuk Baharum Salleh the company will roll out its 3G services in the “most economical way” and in tandem with market demand. I wonder ...

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Government employees not keen on Internet

Government employees are not as keen about the Internet as their counterparts in the private sector, according to a recent survey by Kelly Services Inc, an international recruitment agency. The survey found that only 53% of Government workers regularly use the Internet compared to 80% of workers in the private sector. The survey also found that 61% of Government workers ...

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Streamyx now larger and stronger with 1 million customers

Dear Malaysians, THANK YOU for supporting streamyx. They are now the one and only ISP which is the biggest, largest company with the largest, biggest customer base in Malaysia. Going back to history, Streamyx was introduced in April 2001, reached its 100,000th customer in December 2003, hit the half million mark at the end of 2005 and had happy 915,000 ...

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