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  • MCMC reveals the truth about RM21.6b NFCP

    MCMC reveals the truth about RM21.6b NFCP

    Malaysia's National Fiberisation and Connectivity  plan (NFCP) recently got announced in August 2019 and this was quickly followed by allegations of it being an RM21.6 billion mega project to be chaired by OPCOM. MCMC has stepped forward to clarify though, with the first clarification being that the NFCP is not a mega project but a plan consisting of strategies, various infrastructure projects and more to be implemented over a period of 5 years. The earlier announced RM21.6 billion is also just an estimation and this can be reduced as more cost effective ways of deployment are carried out.

  • Could iPhones releasing in 2020 to come with 5G support?

    Could iPhones releasing in 2020 to come with 5G support?

    Based on a statement by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the three iPhones that are due to be released in the year 2020 is expected to come with 5G support. While Apple is still keen on utilizing Qualcomm’s 5G modems for its upcoming smartphones, there is a high possibility that Apple will end up developing its own 5G modems by 2021.

  • Could iPhones releasing in 2020 to come with 5G support?

    Could iPhones releasing in 2020 to come with 5G support?

    Based on a statement by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the three iPhones that are due to be released in the year 2020 is expected to come with 5G support. While Apple is still keen on utilizing Qualcomm’s 5G modems for its upcoming smartphones, there is a high possibility that Apple will end up developing its own 5G modems by 2021.

  • Maxis and Gamuda signed new MoU to prepare Gamuda Cove as the first 5G township in Malaysia

    Maxis and Gamuda signed new MoU to prepare Gamuda Cove as the first 5G township in Malaysia

    Since last November, Maxis and Gamuda signed an agreement in the provision and deployment of network infrastructure and services for twentyfive.7. This time around, both parties did another Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Maxis is to provide and deploy 5G network infrastructure and services in Gamuda Cove, which will eventually be the first 5G township when it's ready in the country.

  • Minister of Education and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia visits Huawei in China

    Minister of Education and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia visits Huawei in China

    So recently, YB Dr. Maszlee Malik, the Minister of Education of Malaysia, and Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail visited China but to different states. YB Dr. Maszlee Malik was in Shenzhen for the closing ceremony of Huawei’s Seeds for the Future, whereas Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail visited Huawei's Beijing Research Center.

  • Penang is now the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia thanks to Terragraph Network powered by YES

    Penang is now the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia thanks to Terragraph Network powered by YES

    As promised by YTL Communications (YES) back in February 2019, the Terragraph network has been successfully installed offering free public WiFi across 50 locations. With this, this marks Penang to be the most advanced broadband state in Malaysia and they are definitely ready for 5G connectivity in the future.

  • Will Apple release a foldable iPad in 2020?

    Will Apple release a foldable iPad in 2020?

    Based on a statement by IHS Markit analyst Jeff Lin, Apple could be planning to manufacture a 12-inch foldable iPad and it is expected to be launched around the year 2020. In addition to the foldability, the rumoured iPad is expected to come equipped with 5G-network capabilities as well as Apple Pencil support.

  • A look back at Huawei's journey over the years

    A look back at Huawei's journey over the years

    Everyone knows Huawei and thanks to the recent trade war with the US government, Huawei's reputation has grown even more than before with support from the Internet. With this, we thought of looking through at their journey on what they have done for the smartphone industry, from being the first to popularize the dual camera module to installing a 50x zoom-in periscope, below are ten fun facts about what Huawei did. Without further ado, let's start!

  • 6G technology is already within Samsung's plan

    6G technology is already within Samsung's plan

    In this competitive technological world, most smartphone brands and telco are already gearing up for 5G connectivity. And then...there's always this one guy who's ahead of the pack. Not to say it has already happened, but Samsung is looking beyond 5G. Yes, it's 6G.

  • Lenovo unveils the world's first 5G-capable laptop at Computex 2019

    Lenovo unveils the world's first 5G-capable laptop at Computex 2019

    During the Computex 2019 which is held in Taipei of Taiwan, Lenovo has unveiled the world’s very first 5G-capable laptop with a theoretical download speed from anywhere between 1Gbps to 10Gbps. This allows it to stream up to 8k media and AR/VR content, with little to no latency as well as higher stability.