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Old January 22nd, 2019, 04:19 PM   #921
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eDotco, JTOWER tie up to advance next-gen telco solutions
By Bernama - January 22, 2019 @ 3:03pm


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KUALA LUMPUR: edotco Group Sdn Bhd and Japan’s JTOWER Inc have entered into a strategic collaboration to advance the capabilities of their next-generation connectivity offerings in small cells telecommunications infrastructure, in-building network solution (IBS) and macro towers.

The partnership enables both parties to capitalise on their respective expertise and resources to provide enhanced small cells, IBS service and macro towers offerings.

“Both parties will also converge their technological and deployment capabilities to improve competitiveness in markets they operate in,” edotco said in a statement today.

edotco chief executive officer (CEO) Suresh Sidhu said by partnering with an established IBS firm like JTOWER, the company was able to merge its industry knowledge and further boost the next-generation technology portfolio.

“The collaboration comes on the back of the rapid increase in data usage and traffic in the region as more markets gear up for 5G rollouts.

“In order to meet the capacity requirements and provide ubiquitous connectivity to mobile users, networks need to be supplemented with scalable state-of-the-art solutions such as small cells and IBS, especially in dense and high traffic areas such as office buildings, shopping malls and airports,” he said.

Meanwhile, JTOWER CEO Atsushi Tanaka said: “With the partnership with edotco, we would like to expand our technology footprint across Southeast Asia.

“Through knowledge sharing and collaboration with edotoco, we can make a contribution to not only in-building network sharing but also outdoor tower sharing in Japan.”

edotco is committed to empowering greater connectivity with tailor-made innovative solutions that meet the diverse telecommunication needs across the six markets in which it operates in including Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
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Malaysia has best consistent network quality in Southeast Asia - Tutela

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Mobile network users in Malaysia experience excellent network quality 57% of the time, while in the Philippines this falls to just 33%.

This is according to a new report from mobile quality measurement company Tutela that examines the mobile experiences of users in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.

Some of the key findings from the report showed that:

Malaysia had both the highest download speeds and the highest Excellent Consistent Quality score among the countries studied, with Maxis’ score of 69% the best of any operator in the region. Celcom scored 62%, placing it second overall.

Filipinos consume the most data on their mobile devices but rely on WiFi more than anyone else, with only 23% of data usage over 3G and 4G connections, with PLDT’s Smart taking the overall lead.

In Indonesia, Telkomsel’s investment in 4G infrastructure is paying off. The network achieved the highest Excellent Consistent Quality score in the country, as well as third best for the region as a whole. Its users had the best coverage among Indonesia operators.

In Thailand, TrueMove delivered the fastest average download speed and the highest Excellent Consistent Quality score - delivering HD video capable network performance in over 49% of tests. DTAC came in a close second at 45%.

An Excellent Consistent Quality score demonstrates how often users experience a network capable of meeting more demanding use-cases such as HD video calling or 1080p video streaming.

Tom Luke, Vice President, Tutela, said: “In a region where 90% of internet access is via smartphone, wireless operators are under pressure to guarantee higher levels of performance. The benefit of the mass crowdsourced testing approach that we used for this report is that we have been able to analyse the mobile quality experienced across the entire region – from big cities to small villages - giving a true and balanced picture of the experience that mobile users are getting.”

Tutela uses crowdsourcing to test mobile networks in a way that represents the day-to-day usage and experience of real-world mobile users, directly from the users’ handsets. Tutela’s software runs in the background of over 3,000 diverse third-party mobile apps, which have partnered with Tutela to study network quality. This report used over 85 billion mobile network measurements, collected between December 1, 2018 and January 9, 2019.
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TM to spend RM60 mln for Unifi infrastructure in Sabah
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KOTA KINABALU: Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) has allocated RM60 million to step up installation works for Unifi infrastructure at urban and rural areas in Sabah, this year.

TM Sabah general manager Dato’ Hj Mohd Sainal bin Mohd Amin said the company had invested approximately RM320 million to develop Unifi infrastructure in the state for the past four years.

“TM Unifi service now covers 70 per cent of the areas in Sabah.”

He said TM was also working with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) to provide Unifi or Unifi Mobile to the rural areas.

Sainal said this after a courtesy call by TM’s top management led by its chairman Rosli Man, on Chief Minister Datuk Seri Panglima Shafie Apdal here yesterday.

Meanwhile, TM acting group chief executive officer Imri Mokhtar said the purpose of the courtesy visit was to discuss how TM could play its role in assisting the state government to develop the state’s economy through information technology (IT) towards creating a digital economy.

Imri, who is also the chief operating officer, said TM was committed to continue investing on telecommunications infrastructure in Sabah to enhance its connectivity services for the community, businesses and government.

He added that TM would be carrying out the #khabarbaik programme this year to showcase its innovative and new products to Sabahans.

To a question, Imri said the company was aware that improvements on Unifi services were needed in certain areas.

“We will upgrade our existing network and customer service to all our users this year,” he vowed.
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Celcom teams up with Microsoft to boost 5G agenda
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BARCELONA: Celcom Axiata Bhd and Microsoft (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a strategic collaboration between both parties to accelerate their shift to Cloud and re-imagine their work culture to better suit the digital needs for the upcoming 5G era.

The MoU was exchanged during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where Idham Nawawi, chief executive officer of Celcom Axiata Bhd and Alberto Granados, vice president of Sales, Marketing and Operations at Microsoft Asia Pacific came together to mark the occasion.

“At Celcom, we believe in enhancing and improving our customer experience by leveraging modern technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cloud,” said Idham.

“Equally important to us is developing the skills of our workforce at Celcom and through this collaboration with Microsoft, we aim to continue building on digital skills that will help propel our business further as we move into the 5G space.

“We are working with our partners and the government to bring 5G to Malaysian shores in the near future. As we were the first to launch Malaysia’s 5G trial in May 2017 and we will be showcasing our innovative 5G products and services very soon,” Idham added.

Celcom currently houses Axiata Group’s Internet of Things (IoT) Centre of Excellence, where Microsoft solutions will be adopted to assist in the delivery of customer-centric solutions, improving Celcom’s customers’ journey in near-future 5G era. The centre also aims to create a culture of innovation and continuous learning at Celcom.

In a joint press statement, Celcom and Microsoft explained that Microsoft Teams and Yammer would be jointly deployed at @celcom, creating a modern workplace to improve productivity, efficiency and employee collaboration.

This platform modernisation is expected to create a technology ecosystem for Celcom, which is intelligent, cost-optimised and flexible.

Celcom will also be supported by Microsoft technology programs that will develop new skills focusing on Cloud and Security. Celcom employees will be trained with skills in Cloud services like Microsoft 365 and Windows to digitally transform and propel businesses.

Celcom’s collaboration with Microsoft is part of a long-term relationship between the two companies.

In 2018 they developed Asia’s first customer service in the Cloud; Clive and Emma, Celcom’s Intelligent Virtual Agent. It brought together Microsoft’s cutting-edge AI and Machine Learning technologies, transaction capabilities and personalities for 24×7 customer interaction and inquiries.

“Having advanced our business in the field of AI, we are now setting our sights on optimizing our business performance through the use of Cloud technology. As our customers get more tech savvy, so should we,” added Idham.

“AI, machine learning, robotics, internet of things and the cloud are changing our lives and shaping future generations. By leveraging our worldwide reach, strong local presence and an extensive network of partners, we aim to empower Celcom on their cloud modernisation transformation,” said Granados.

“Having worked together with Celcom on the development of the Virtual Customer Service Agents – Clive and Emma, we are thrilled once again to be part of their digital transformation journey through skills training, the Innovation Centre and a cloud enabled modern workplace.”

Both companies previously signed a strategic MoU in June 2018, that comprised of; Using of Emerging Technologies, Joint Go-To-Market for Small Medium Businesses, Modern Workplace Solutions, and Joint Recruiting Activities.
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Announcement soon on switch to digital broadcasting: Gobind
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KUALA LUMPUR: An announcement is to be made in the second quarter of 2019 on the transition from analogue to digital broadcasting, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo (pic) said Tuesday.

He said the government had held discussions with the stakeholders in the country and other countries in the region which had implemented digital broadcasting.

“The Malaysian government is in the process of migrating from analogue to digital (broadcasting). I hope we can make an announcement in April or by the end of the year that we will switch to the digital era.

“The transition will upgrade the quality of the broadcasting service provided to the people and we can establish the OTT (Over-the-Top) system, meaning consumers can watch their favourite programmes at any time, not having to wait for the broadcast times,” he told reporters after opening the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) Digital Broadcasting Symposium 2019 here.

Gobind said that based on the discussions held so far, the upgrading from an analogue to a digital system would be done in phases and that several final decisions would be made soon.

“There is a possibility it will have to be done in phases. I feel that we should do it without any delay. Efforts must be made to ensure that we launch (the digital broadcasting) and I hope we can decide on moving forward,” he said.

Earlier, in his speech, Gobind said broadcast and media organisations need to quickly implement digital solutions and transform themselves to stay relevant and compete with the likes of the tech-savvy giants such as Netflix and Amazon.

“If we do not develop our own digital solutions and engage with our audiences, someone else is going to take our place.

That is why fellow broadcasters from the region need to make use of such events and forums to learn from the experts and work together to achieve these goals and not be left behind.

“The ABU has always been supportive of such endeavours from its members and the industry, and I believe they will continue to support them in future,” he added.

The four-day symposium, which started yesterday, is taking place at a hotel here with 48 exhibitors, including Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM) and Media Prima Berhad.
It comprises of an international conference, focused workshops and an industry exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and services from around the world. – Bernama
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Airbus to build MEASAT's 8th communications satellite
By NST Business - May 7, 2019 @ 4:15pm

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KUALA LUMPUR: MEASAT Global Bhd (MGB) has selected global aeronautics leader Airbus SE to build a new multimission telecommunications satellite, the MEASAT-3d.

The MEASAT-3d, which will be launched in 2021, will be MGB's eighth communications satellite and will provide C and Ku-bands capacity for direct to home (DTH), video distribution and telecommunication services.

The new HTS Ka-band mission features multiple user spot beams optimised to deliver high speed broadband communications over Malaysia to bridge the digital divide in the country.

It will also carry an L-band navigation hosted payload for the Korea Augmentation Satellite System (KASS) for KTSAT.

“With MEASAT-3d, MGB reaffirms its commitment to provide core infrastructure for the Malaysian ICT and broadcast industry. Collocated with MEASAT-3a and MEASAT-3b at 91.5°E, MEASAT-3d will serve the growth requirements of 4G & 5G mobile networks in Malaysia while continuing to provide redundancy and additional distribution capacity for video in HD, 4K and ultimately 8K in the Asia-Pacific region,” said MGB chief technology officer Dr Edmund Kong in a statement.

“Furthermore, MEASAT-3d will aid in bridging the digital divide in Malaysia by enabling 100 per cent coverage for high speed consumer broadband services to all Malaysian households.”

Head of Telecom Satellites at Airbus Arnaud de Rosnay voiced his pleasure in being selected again by MGB after also having built the MEASAT-3b.

“MEASAT has selected Airbus again to build their new multimission satellite which will be based on our highly reliable Eurostar E3000 product. The mission also builds on Airbus’ unique heritage in the field of SBAS (Satellite Based Augmentation System) navigation payloads. It is a great honor to have been trusted by both MEASAT and KTSAT to combine their missions, a true testament to our collective ability to be flexible – a key differentiator in today’s market,” he said while adding that there are already 46 E3000 satellites operating successfully in orbit.

Once completed, the MEASAT-3d is expected to progressively replace MEASAT-3 and MEASAT-3a thus will able to support Asia’s premium DTH video distribution.
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Dr Mahathir queries Axiata-Telenor Asia merger on job concerns
Bloomberg May 30, 2019 16:36 pm +08



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KUALA LUMPUR (May 30): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has asked for more details on the planned merger of the Asian telecommunications operations of Norway’s Telenor ASA and Axiata Group Bhd on concerns over potential job losses.

Telenor and Axiata, Malaysia’s biggest wireless carrier, announced the move earlier this month to create a company with 300 million customers in nine countries. A representative for Dr Mahathir’s office confirmed the prime minister’s concerns over job cuts after Bloomberg sought comment. The representative, who asked not to be named citing policy, didn’t provide further details.

The deal, which would be the country’s biggest since Dr Mahathir took office a year ago, is still progressing as planned despite the queries, according to people with knowledge of the matter, asking not to be identified because the information is private.

Telenor, set to own 56.5% of the new company, has said the potential “synergies” from the deal would amount to about US$5 billion. A representative for Telenor in Singapore wasn’t immediately available for comment.

Axiata shares extended gains to as much as 4.7% after the midday break, outpacing the benchmark index which rose 0.3%. The stock has advanced 18% this year, the best performance among the 30 members of FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index.

While Axiata will offer voluntary separation scheme to its employees in Malaysia, there would be no forced job cuts, Chief Executive Officer Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim said in an interview on Wednesday. The company currently has about 12,000 employees in the region. The estimated “synergies” were based on the assumption that none of the staff will accept the retrenchment package, he said.

A final agreement is expected by the third quarter, but the companies have said that there’s no certainty that the discussions will result in an accord. They would aim to eventually list the company on an international exchange and in Malaysia.
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Published on: Thursday, June 13, 2019
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KOTA KINABALU: China’s Industry and Information Technology Ministry is offering to help Malaysia develop the country’s 5G technology.

Its Minister, Miao Wei believes his Ministry which is also responsible for information technology in China can contribute towards this by bringing in Chinese technology providers to facilitate in building the 5G technology in Malaysia.

“(Malaysia Prime Minister) Tun Dr Mahathir had in his recent speech said that Malaysia welcomed investors from China to come and develop 5G technology. So I believe my Ministry, which is also in charge of information technology, can help contribute by bringing in technology providers from China to facilitate in building the 5G technology in this country,” he told a press conference upon arrival at Kota Kinabalu International Airport (KKIA) Wednesday.

Miao, who is the first high-level Minister to visit Sabah, believed that good relationship enjoyed between Malaysia and China, especially with the recent visit by Tun Dr Mahathir to China, would be further strengthened.

It is also important to implement the consensus achieved between both countries in terms of cooperation in economic and industrial development which include Sabah, he said.

“Sabah has a favourable environment and abundant with natural resources which are vital for development progress,” he said. Deputy Chief Minister cum Trade and Industry Minister, Datuk Seri Wilfred Madius Tangau, welcomed Miao.
Madius said the visit gives State leaders the opportunity to show some of the potential investment destinations in the State.

He said the visit is also timely as Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal recently led a trade delegation to China where some RM20 billion worth of investments were secured.

“We are now following through all these sealed deals which are all in progress. We are hopeful that eventually these all will be successfully realised,” Tangau said. He said the State also hoped the visit would help facilitate more export of palm oil from Sabah to China, considering the close distance between Sabah and China compared to the other oil palm producing countries.

Miao would visit the Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP) today (June 13) and hoped it would facilitate more investors from China coming to invest in Sabah, particularly in the State manufacturing sector.

China Consul-General to Kota Kinabalu, Liang Caide, was also present. Miao is also scheduled to meet Mohd Shafie for bilateral discussions.

Miao and International Trade and Industry Minister, Datuk Darell Leiking, will also co-chair the Malaysia-China Smart Manufacturing Roundtable to be held at here on June 14.
The roundtable, organised by the Malaysia Automotive, Robotics and IoT Institute (MARii) and the Centre for International Ecnonomic and Technology Cooperation of MIIT (CIETC-MIIT, China), will feature discussion on collaborations in Smart Manufacturing between companies from Malaysia and China.

The meeting will be presided by MITI and MIIT delegations in the attendance of major industry players from key sectors relevant to smart manufacturing such as Huawei Malaysia, Beidou Communication Group, First Solar, Proton, Perodua, Hikvision, Hisense, Jinko and many more
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Govt to focus on digital infrastructure development
POSTED ON JUNE 22, 2019, SATURDAY AT 8:25 AM SABAH

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KOTA KINABALU: The state government will be focusing on its digital infrastructure development on three areas, namely industrial, tourism and education.

Education and Innovation Minister Datuk Dr Yusof Yacob said his ministry was given the responsibility as the exco at the central level to look into the digital infrastructure development.

“A number of places will be the focus of this particular development, such as Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP), Sandakan, Lahad Datu, Sipitang and the new port in Kudat.

“Apart from that, good system and digital infrastructure are also needed in at tourism centres, especially at famous islands around Semporna, Mount Kinabalu area, Maliau Basin and Long Pasia that will be developed into a tourism spot.

“Urban areas will be also developed as medical tourism, education hub… and the focus will be from Papar to Beaufort areas,” he said.


Yusof also hoped all errors in the digital infrastructure will be solved as soon as possible, in line with the needs of Industrial Revolution 4.0 to evolve the 3G, 4G and 5G development according to investors’ needs.

Meanwhile, the chairman of Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) Al-Ishsal Ishak said his discussion with the state government was productive and had gone smoothly.

According to him, MCMC and the state government will be collaborating to develop the needed infrastructure at the areas identified, in line with MCMC’s goal to develop National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan.

“This plan, which combines the use of optical fibres and wireless connectivity, targets the achievement of 98 per cent baseline coverage in inhabited areas by 2023 with a minimum bandwidth of 30 Mbps
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“With that, relevant authorities should play their roles in developing the infrastructure,” he said to the media after a briefing session with Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal at his office on Friday.
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Labuan up next after Cyberjaya and Putrajaya for 5G testing
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KUALA LUMPUR: Labuan is set to be the next city after Cyberjaya and Putrajaya to receive the all-new fifth generation (5G) technology facilities this year, says Labuan Corp chairman Datuk Seri Amir Hussein.

The test for the next generation mobile technology, which promises robust, high quality and affordable digital connectivity, has been conducted in Cyberjaya and Putrajaya since April.

Amir Hussein said the technology development will next be carried out in the island city, making it ready when 5G is commercially available in only a few years’ time.

Having such facilities is part of Labuan Corp’s efforts to improve internet connectivity in the island, turning it into one of the preferred tourist hotspots in the region, he added.

While telecommunication companies were busy extending internet coverage nationwide, it is quite a revelation that Labuan’s internet connectivity is still far behind.

People in the city had trouble connecting to fast internet with access still within 3G space, he said.

“5G test will also be conducted in Labuan. The internet connection here badly needs to be improved as soon as possible.

“In some places here, the coverage is pretty poor with only 3G access and in some locations despite having 4G connectivity, it is very unstable.

“We hope that having 5G in the future would help exponentially turn Labuan into a preferred tourist destination,” he told the New Straits Times.

He said boosting connectivity in Labuan was the outcome of the meeting Labuan Corp had with Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Al-Ishsal Ishak and his team after seeking advice from the Communication and Multimedia Ministry.

“They promise to assist Labuan Corp to upgrade and speed up the development Labuan’s telecommunication infrastructure this year to improve connectivity,” he said.

Other than 5G, Amir Hussein said Labuan Corp had also requested for special licences - application service provider (ASP) and the internet service provider (ISP) - to MCMC to boost connectivity.

“We hope they will consider. This will help the deployment of fiberisation connectivity. Out of 27 villages only 10 villages have unifi home pass. We hope all villages will be given the priority. This is in line with the government’s fiberization 2023 agenda.”

Meanwhile, last week, it was reported that Labuan Corp had tendered out three prominent development projects.

The projects involve the popular tourism spot of Pulau Papan, the esplanade by the old fisheries jetty on Jalan Merdeka in the downtown area, and the RM86 million Labuan Halal Hub Complex.
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'Consumers will benefit from Axiata-Telenor merger'
By Farah Adilla - July 8, 2019 @ 9:25am



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KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed merger of Axiata Group Bhd and Telenor ASA’s Asian operations could lead to competitive pricing and affordable products for consumers, said analysts.

A telco analyst told the New Straits Times the merger could result in a more competitive operating environment in Malaysia.

“I believe this can result in lower pricing for consumers once the Axiata-Telenor entity realises the cost savings and synergies expected from the merger.”

Axiata expects RM4 billion to RM5 billion in savings over five to seven years for Malaysia alone as a result of the synergies from the merger.

Analysts said concerns that the merger may not benefit consumers are unfounded as they would benefit from lower prices, better network quality and coverage and more innovative products from a stronger Malaysian entity, supported by well-established regional telecommunication leaders in Asia.

“Improved operating expenditure and capital expenditure efficiency will ease the pressure on the top line, especially for operations in mature markets like Malaysia where mobile penetration rates are high and prospects for service revenue growth are subdued,” an analyst was reported as saying.

TA Securities expects an increasingly competitive local operating environment resulting from the merger.

“Hence, we could foresee peers like Maxis Bhd and Telekom Malaysia Bhd, which have been pushing for convergence, working harder to defend their market share,” it said.

MIDF Research said in a note it is positive on the merger as the telecommunication industry is highly competitive.

“As such, having a sizeable presence would provide the group with certain competitive advantages such as economies of scale, better negotiating power in terms of equipment procurement, especially in the case of its (Axiata) Malaysian operation.

“It also provides the group with a stronger balance sheet to execute future expansion plans as the industry is capital-intensive,” it said.
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Celcom deploys Malaysia's first 5G live cluster field trial
Bernama July 26, 2019 13:15 pm +08


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PETALING JAYA (July 26): In a bid to accelerate 5G realisation in Malaysia, Celcom Axiata Bhd has deployed the country's first 5G Live Cluster Field Trial.

Chief executive officer Idham Nawawi said the six-month 5G field trial will be conducted at its headquarters, @celcom and the surrounding areas of Petaling Jaya Sentral to test and observe the application of 5G coverage in real-life environments.

"Celcom's 5G Live Cluster Field Trial will explore 5G application models and use cases, demonstrating 5G’s ability to support Smart City applications and to explore new vertical industries such as transportation, agriculture, education, security and many more," he told reporters at the launch of the field trial here, today.

dham said 5G is expected to deliver comprehensive connectivity to consumers and businesses with a differentiated experience.

Celcom’s initial 5G tests saw user throughput of close to six gigabits per second, and will be further optimised during the live field trials within selected areas in Petaling Jaya, such as Section 14, Crystal Crown Hotel, Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) Tower and Taman Jaya LRT Station.

These 5G macro sites cover about 1.22 square kilometre, encompassing around 450 households, 130 shop lots, offices, shopping areas, outdoor spaces and an estimated population of over 4,600.

Idham said an in-depth study on 5G’s characteristics is crucial to ensure a smooth roll out in the near future, and the cluster field trial is an ideal platform to test its capabilities thoroughly.

“Our network experts, together with multiple technology partners, will be testing and familiarising with 5G user experience, use cases, network configurations, customer lifecycle management, network optimisation and commercialisation, which will eventually lead to the evolution of existing services, processes, products and business models.

“We are very confident that this 5G trial will allow us to understand and eventually deliver a world-class 5G network to all Malaysians and realise a truly digital Malaysia,” he added.
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edotco collaborates with Intelsat to advance connectivity capabilities
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KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 14): Malaysia-based integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company edotco Group Sdn Bhd (edotco) is collaborating with New York-listed Intelsat SA to advance connectivity capabilities across edotco’s footprint in South and Southeast Asia through pioneering industry solutions.

In a statement today, edotco said under the collaboration, they planned to combine their core expertise in satellite and terrestrial backhaul to offer an improved and more holistic service as a means to deploy a better rural solution, solve backhaul issues and expand edotco’s remote site monitoring and surveillance.

“The need to narrow the connectivity gap is even more crucial now as we move towards the adoption of 5G, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and smart cities,” edotco’s chief executive officer Suresh Sidhu was quoted as saying.

He pointed out that improving connectivity in rural and remote areas has become a key priority for mobile network operators (MNOs).

“Working with Intelsat will allow us to bundle satellite backhaul into our existing offerings, helping operators extend their services to hard-to-reach areas. This collaboration will present MNOs with a new generation of network services,” he said.

Meanwhile, Intelsat’s regional vice president Asia Pacific Terry Bleakley said by collaborating with tower providers like edotco, both companies could use their expertise to expand infrastructure that connects more people and delivers more services.

With a deep-rooted presence throughout South and Southeast Asia, edotco has been empowering MNOs with greater connectivity with innovative solutions that meet the evolving telecommunications needs across the region.

Intelsat operates the world’s first globalised network, delivering high-quality, cost-effective video and broadband services anywhere in the world.
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Malaysian latest new mammoth strategics that will make Malaysian productivity higher
- World's first Digital Free Trade Zone outside China, KLIA (2017)
- New Asean largest Pengerang Petroleum Complex, Johor (2019)
- Connect 2 ports from South China Sea to Strait of Malacca by ECRL (2026)
- Pan Borneo Highway (2020-2030 by phase)
- Norwegian Telenor-Malaysian Axiata merging (still in talk)
- Kulim International Airport (2030)

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Axiata-Telenor deal is on track, to be concluded early November
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Axiata Group Bhd president and group chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim says the due diligence of proposed merger between the group and Norwegian Telenor Group's Asian operations is on track to be completed within the given timeframe. NST picture by Zulfadhli Zulkifli
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KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd president and group chief executive officer (CEO) Tan Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim said the due diligence of proposed merger between the group and Norwegian Telenor Group's Asian operations is on track to be completed within the given timeframe.

“The discussion is ongoing. When we announced in early May, we said that the full agreement might take three to six months. This is our fourth month.

“Of course it is not as fast people think should happen but it is still within the range of what we expected. It does not reflect any problem. it is just reflect a lot to be discussed,” Jamaludin told reporters at a briefing on Axiata’s interim results here today.

To put it into perspective, Jamaludin said almost all mergers and acquisitions (M&As) globally only involved one country and one big entity.

In the case of Axiata-Telenor, it involves 14 large entities, across nine countries.

“You can imagine how big and complex this is. Most deals are centred primarily on commercial deal.

“Our deal involved other two major factors, equally important. They include national interest and staff interest. There is a lot of terms to be agreed upon.

“It is an abnormal deal. This is the single biggest M&A transaction since 20 years worldwide except North Asia. The biggest that we have seen. But overall, we are on target. I am optimistic that it can be concluded by early November,” he said.

Jamaludin added that the due diligence had progressed to around 70 per cent.

His remarks directly debunked several news reports that said the merger had hit a snag.

Quoting at least three sources, one of the reports said the talks were proving difficult to conclude, and that there were many issues that make it difficult to go through with the merger.

In its bid to stay true to the national agenda, Axiata has added a couple of terms under the agreement. This included the chairman of MergedCo, as a result from the merger of Celcom and Digi, would be from Axiata.

Besides that, for the proposed MalaysiaCo, the chairman will be nominated by Axiata and will be a Malaysian.

It has also been agreed that the majority of board members will be Malaysians and the CEO will also be a Malaysia.
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Malaysia to be among first in Asia to roll-out 5G project
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MANCHESTER: Malaysia is set to be among the first in Asia to deploy the fifth generation network (5G) technology with the nationwide roll-out of 5G project demonstrations next month.

However, GSM Association (GSMA) director-general Mats Granryd said Malaysia should take gradual and cautious steps in embarking on 5G to have more room and time to experiment and learn from countries which are already in the advanced phase of the 5G roll-out.

“It is not necessary to be the first (in implementing 5G). Maybe Malaysia can be number two or three as it gives more room to learn from others’ mistakes.

“But Malaysia should not take a wait-and-see approach either in pursuing 5G, although the technology is not widely available yet, as the adoption process could stretch out for years,” he told Bernama.

GSMA is a trade body that represents the interests of mobile network operators worldwide.

Recently, the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) chairman Al-Ishsal Ishak said that the 5G demonstration projects will be conducted at 32 5G sites across six states – Kedah, Perak, Penang, Selangor, Terengganu and the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.

Granryd said the 5G technology would provide firm support for daily activities, allow smooth business transactions and be more economical, as maintenance for 3G technology would be expensive over time with the rapid advancement in global technology.

“3G maintenance is more expensive than 5G because it is an old technology. The higher the G, the more efficient it becomes due to more built-in intelligent solutions. Eventually vendors would stop manufacturing 3G and possibly 2G technology products, so from that perspective, it will be more complicated to do maintenance for the network,” he added.

From the global perspective, Granryd said that operators are slowly phasing out 2G and some of their 3G network infrastructure to keep up with technological advancements.

“2G network only offers good connectivity from the voice perspective whereas 3G technology is in between 2G and 4G. Hence, some operators have decided to shut down 3G and focus on 4G, and that could be the way forward for Malaysia,” he said.

The network upgrade is essential to support the growing number of devices demanding Internet access, many of which require a certain amount of bandwidth to function normally, and 4G simply does not cut it anymore, he said.

“5G networks can more easily understand the type of data being requested, and are able to switch into lower power mode when not in use, and to switch to a higher power mode for things like high definition video streaming,” said Granryd.

Asked on Malaysia’s readiness in terms of infrastructure and demand for 5G, he emphasised that 3G and 4G infrastructure and network must be maintained before deploying 5G as it is not a standalone technology.

“You must possess a 4G network before being able to deploy 5G. Hence, building up the 4G network is as important as 5G,
” he said, suggesting that Malaysia should concurrently deploy interesting 4G applications (apps) for the benefit of consumers, industry and the society.

Granryd also opined that Malaysia should promote collaborations between operators to develop apps.

Meanwhile, he said that GSMA has engaged with the Malaysian entrepreneurs, ministries and industry players early this year to get a good understanding on what is happening in Malaysia.

“We are also looking at the issues and opportunities in Malaysia and how GSMA can help,” he added.

According to him, one of the challenges looming over the domestic sector is the spectrum allocation.

“There is an issue about having enough spectrum and there is an ongoing discussion on the 700 megahertz (MHz) band, which a very important band.

“It is being deployed in many countries and Malaysia is still discussing about deploying 700 MHz,” he said.

The discussion on the spectrum allocation matters has been going on since last year, while MCMC’s Al-Ishsal said that the final report on the country’s 5G mobile technology implementation was expected to be completed by this month.

The interim report by the National 5G Special Task Force would be submitted to Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo, as 5G technology in Malaysia is expected to be launched in 2021.

So far, eight companies have committed to an initial investment of RM116 million for 5G demonstration projects from October 2019 to March 2020.

The companies are Altel Communications Sdn Bhd, Celcom Axiata Bhd, Digi.Com Bhd, edotco Group Sdn Bhd, Maxis Bhd, Petronas, Telekom Malaysia Bhd and UMobile Sdn Bhd.

Commenting on the cost of deploying 5G, Granryd said looking from the global perspective, GSMA does not expect a huge increase in capital expenditure.

“We do not foresee a huge hike in capital expenditure, we see it as some sort of replacement of some other investment in 3G and 4G.

“That’s why it is important for operators to decide on what they should switch off or what they should cease to support in order to have enough money for the next G deployment,” he added. — Bernama
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Ericsson sees RM16b 5G revenue for telecoms service providers in Malaysia
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KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 13): The total projected value of 5G-enabled digitalisation revenues in Malaysia will be approximately RM33 billion by 2030, and of this, up to RM16 billion or almost half can be addressed by telecoms service providers, said Ericsson in a report study.

It recently shared its '5G for business: a 2030 market compass' report, that analyses the 5G business opportunity coming from industrial digitalisation across 10 key industries.

With 5G deployments now being underway across most geographies, the report is based on a new iteration of its market research on how to realise the 5G industry digitalisation business potential.

“Viewed across the region of Southeast Asia and Oceania, the largest addressable value for telecom service providers in 2030 is expected in sectors like healthcare (US$9 billion), manufacturing (US$8 billion), energy & utilities (US$5 billion), and automotive (US$5 billion), followed by public safety (US$4 billion) and media & entertainment (US$4 billion)."

Head of Ericsson Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, Todd Ashton, says the introduction of 5G will further boost the digitalisation and growth of new industrial sectors and revenue streams.

“Ericsson has been in Malaysia for over 50 years. We want to reiterate our commitment to Malaysia as the country gets ready for its 5G journey.

“We will continue to work with our partners both from the industry and academia, the Malaysian Government and other key stakeholders to bring our world-leading technology to Malaysia,” said Ashton.

Ericsson has played a leading role in rolling out 2G, 3G and 4G networks in Malaysia, and started working towards 5G in Malaysia as early as 2015.

Ericsson launched the country’s first Innovation Centre for 5G (IC5G), in partnership with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

In 2017, Ericsson partnered with Celcom to conduct the first 5G trial for Malaysia.

“This year we showcased the first 5G powered holographic communication in Malaysia and a 5G-enabled self-driving car, providing a glimpse into a future enabled by 5G,” said Ashton.
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5G roll out likely to begin middle of next year
Bernama November 16, 2019 22:25 pm +08
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JASIN (Nov 16): Roll out of 5G will most likely begin in the middle of next year for areas and industries that need it, said Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo.

He said the roll out would not be State-centred but instead focused on priority areas.

"A pilot project was started in May, the preliminary report has been submitted to us. Now we are waiting for the full report after which I will bring it to the Cabinet.

"We need a national policy for the launch of 5G which most likely will be in the middle of next year. It is something that can happen but focused on areas and industries needing it,” he told a press conference after the launching of the Anjung Gapam Digital House here today.

The event was officiated by Melaka Chief Minister Adly Zahari. Also present were State Communications and Multimedia, (NGOs), Youth Development and Sports Committee chairman Kerk Chee Yee and Telekom Malaysia Berhad chairman Rosli Man.
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Celcom, Maxis agree to share infrastructure to accelerate 5G rollout
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KUCHING: Celcom Axiata Bhd (Celcom) and Maxis Berhad (Maxis) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore a potential partnership for efficient deployment of Malaysia’s 5G infrastructure, further supporting the development of the nation’s digital ecosystem.

The collaboration will also enable both telcos to explore possible business opportunities in relation to 5G key strategic areas to deliver the best 5G innovation to benefit the people and businesses in Malaysia as soon as the necessary spectrum is made available.

This potential collaboration focuses on the joint deployment of 5G infrastructure which will cover selected areas. Maxis and Celcom will still maintain its own network and remain competitive in other areas.

Signing on behalf of Celcom was its chief executive officer Idham Nawawi and chief strategy and value creation officer Muniff Kamaruddin. Meanwhile, Maxis was represented by CEO Gokhan Ogut and chief technology and information officer Morten Bangsgaard.

Celcom chief executive officer Idham Nawawi said: “We believe collaboration is the way forward for the industry and working with Maxis to explore a more coordinated 5G deployment in Malaysia is something we are excited about.

“5G is the next evolution that will transform how people work, live and play. It will enable a more enhanced consumer experience as well as create new opportunities for consumers, students, governments and businesses alike.

“Our potential collaboration will pave the way for the delivery of a world-class 5G network, on top of our existing 4G and 3G/2G networks, to every Malaysian, realising a truly digital Malaysia in the IR4.0 era.”

Maxis’ Gokhan welcomed the idea of collaborating with Celcom for 5G network sharing.

“We are already sharing towers, fiber and working together on connectivity for rural areas and USP projects,” he added. “This helps us save resources and accelerate rollout. With this 5G network sharing, it presents an opportunity for us to deliver more value to our customers.

“Such industry collaboration is important in supporting Malaysia’s ambition in driving the digital economy.”

The potential collaboration between Maxis and Celcom supports Malaysia’s ambition in driving the digital economy and ecosystem, brings about significant cost savings and creates overall efficiency for both parties which will result in a faster roll out and better experience of 5G for consumers and businesses in the near future.

Celcom and Maxis both started their 5G journey more than two years ago. Starting with assessing the technology and conducting demo trials, the companies have now moved on to full-fledged 5G live trials, while continuing to upgrade their core network in becoming more agile to respond to technology advancements.

This year both companies have been ramping up 5G live trials with partners, participating in 5G showcases to create greater awareness about 5G network to the public, and collaborating with technology partners to accelerate 5G deployment in Malaysia
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