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edotco Malaysia awarded ISO 45001 certification for Occupational Health & Safety Practices

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edotco Malaysia received the internationally recognised ISO 45001 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems certification.

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edotco announce its first Centre of Design Excellence (CoDE) in Bangladesh

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edotco Group sets up Centre of Design Excellence (CoDE) in Bangladesh, fuels development of next-generation infrastructure solutions.

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edotco wants to Improve Network Connectivity in Underserved Areas in Malaysia

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edotco Group and Telecom Infra Project (TIP) are on track to unlock new network efficiencies that will improve connectivity in underserved areas.

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edotco Malaysia – COVID Care Programme creates Employment Opportunity

edotco Malaysia launched COVID Care, a programme initiated to provide employment opportunities for workforce who lost their job, and fresh graduates.

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COVID-19: U Mobile gives Free Phone, SIM Card to Hospitals, improves Coverage

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Covid-19: U Mobile donated a total of 100 new mobile phones with 100 GX68 postpaid SIMs to University Malaya Medical Centre and Hospital Sungai Buloh.

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edotco trials Open Radio Access Network (OpenRAN) in Malaysia

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edotco Group partnered with the Telecom Infra Project (TIP) to conduct trials of Open Radio Access Network (OpenRAN) in Malaysia.

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edotco 5G demonstrates Backhaul Solution over 10km at Langkawi Airport

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edotco Group debuted the first 5G private network at the Langkawi International Airport (LIA) with Air Fiber backhaul solution from Peatalk.

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Axiata’s edotco now fully operates in Myanmar

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edotco has partnered with Yoma Strategic Holdings to start its Telecommunications infrastructure business in Myanmar. US$200 million over 5 years.

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