15 May 2022
Telekom Malaysia (TM) Wholesale and Telin, the carrier subsidiary of PT Telkom Indonesia, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate more closely on submarine cable projects.
Under the terms of the agreement, both parties gain capacity on each other’s submarine cable systems, helping to meet the region’s increasing demand for connectivity.
"This collaboration allows us to gain immediate submarine capacity in response to the growing demand for high bandwidth services," said Amar Huzaimi Md Deris, executive vice president, TM Wholesale. "It also gives us more diverse connections and alternative routes connecting Malaysia to the rest of the world, while optimising our existing submarine capacity.”Find out more
26 April 2022
Telekom Malaysia (TM) Wholesale and Telin, the carrier subsidiary of PT Telkom Indonesia, have penned a new memorandum of understanding to collaborate more closely on submarine cable projects.
Under the terms of the new partnership, both companies gain capacity on each other’s submarine cable systems, helping to meet the region’s increasing demand for connectivity.
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07 April 2022
Indian giant Bharti Airtel has joined the SEA-ME-WE-6 undersea cable consortium, participating as a major investor.
The company said it is participating as a “major investor” in the SEA-ME-WE-6 and is anchoring 20% of the overall investment in the cable system, which will go live in 2025.
It added that it had joined the ‘SEA-ME-WE-6’ consortium to scale up its high-speed global network capacity to serve India’s fast-growing digital economy.Find out more
06 April 2022
Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM), the largest wireline operator in the country, has partnered with China’s ZTE Corporation to deploy the service provisioning of its IP CORE network of the NGN (Next-Generation Network).
TM NGN is the first backbone transport network to deliver high-speed mobile services in Malaysia, including home broadband, voice, enterprise private line, network leasing, CDN, and wireless (4G/5G) backhaul.
A press release distributed by ZTE said, with rapid development and commercial use of 5G worldwide, Malaysia started large-scale transport network construction in 2021.Find out more