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Universiti Teknologi Petronas plans wireless campus

Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP) has collaborate with Telekom Malaysia to set up wireless broadband access in the University. The project, an investment of RM400,000 by UTP will provide wireless broadband service(TMNet hotspot) to its 5,800 students. The Students will need a device with WiFi access and their student ID number to use the wireless broadband service. The wireless broadband service ...

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Broadband services come under fire

CEOs in the country are generally unhappy with the state of Malaysian broadband services, according to a recent survey. The majority (70% of those polled) find broadband Internet access slow. They said broadband service providers seem unable to deliver on the promised access speeds. Service providers TM Net and Jaring promise surfing speeds of between 512Kbps and 4Mbps. Many chief ...

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Malaysian Deserves a Better Broadband says Redesign Malaysia & Advertlets

Advertlets.com, an online blog advertising network and RedesignMalaysia.com, a website which campaigns for broadband reform and improvement in Malaysia have launched the “Malaysia Deserves Better Broadband!” campaign. To mark the launch of the campaign, an innovative advertising system has been created that allows local ISPs to target and advertise their services to verified users of competing broadband services – to ...

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PC Fair 2007,Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre

PC Fair is really big this year…. Check out the pictures taken on the first day. By the way, PC Fair ends tomorrow. Click on the link for more pictures….ALL PICTURES HAS COPYRIGHT, IT MAY NOT BE COPIED FOR ANY USE… CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES!!!! UPDATES:The Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom) expects significantly higher ...

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Digital gap between rural and urban

Five years have passed and only 40,000 individual phone lines and 2,500 payphones have been installed in under-served areas in Malaysia funded by the Universal Service Provision (USP) Fund. The latest fund size is not known but as at end-September 2006, it was a whopping RM2bil. So much money and yet so few lines. Many people in the under-served areas ...

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Not Satisfied with your Internet Service?

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is running a Public Inquiry on the Review of Mandatory Standards for the Quality of Service of Broadband Access Service . The purpose of this Public Inquiry is to obtain inputs from the industry and the public on the proposed revision of mandatory standards on quality of service of broadband in Malaysia. Your feedback ...

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TM exit from Malawi

Telekom Malaysia(TM) has sold all its 60% stake in Telekom Networks Malawi Ltd to MTL Mobile Ltd for US$16 million (RM55.2 million) cash. Established in 1995, Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM) has 300,000 mobile subscribers.

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TM targets 1.1million broadband users

Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) is targeting to achieve 1.1 million broadband users this year. Currently TMNet has 3 million internet users where 915,000 are happy broadband users.

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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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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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VADS gets TM’s RM47.3m job

Telekom Malaysia Berhad has awarded VADS Bhd a contract worth RM47.3m to provide maintenance services for IBM hardware and software. VADS, a 66.86% subsidiary of TM, provides managed network services, managed contact centre services, managed e-services, managed application services and systems integration services.

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“Telekom Malaysia Tak Boleh Pakai”

To know whether Telekom Malaysia boleh pakai or Tak Boleh Pakai, continue reading here.

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TM on WiMAX(updated)

TM is planning to launch their WiMAX services on the 2.5GHz spectrum if they are given a green light by the Multimedia Communication and Multimedia Commission(MCMC). TM says they are ready to spend the same amount (RM250million-RM300million) as the current 2.3GHz spectrum owners which is expected by MCMC. Quoted from The Edge Daily: “Since we were not able to get ...

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