News & Reviews: Memorandum of Understanding
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Today, our local telcos - Celcom, Digi and Maxis - have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This initiative is for the three companies to explore leveraging each other’s resources to deploy a wider, more efficient fibre network for Malaysia. This will enable improved 4G connectivity nationwide, in line with the government’s NFCP target.
TechNave NewsBytes 2020 #1 - LG's latest for CES 2020, realme 'Christmas tree', MDEC's collaboration with Weibo, and moreLast Updated: Jan 05, 2020
With a new year comes a new start and a new week of NewsBytes. But enough of the rhyming and let's get on to the happenings for this week. Being in between new year's holidays means that news has been sparse, though we did see LG announcing some upcoming stuff for CES 2020, realme's giant Christmas tree made of smartphone boxes, and more.
NewsBytes 2019 #17 - OPPO 5G Hotel, SMEs digital solutions, U Mobile signs MoU, new Realme stores, #MYLocalWira and moreLast Updated: Aug 04, 2019
So...it's August already! But things have been a bit quiet. I mean, there are some news here and there, the Vivo S1 got officially launch in public yesterday at the Vivo SuperDay Roadshow Event, then Xiaomi Malaysia also got to show its new pure stock Android Mi A3 smartphone (which nobody really seems to care for some reason), same goes to the Black Shark 2 Pro that was revealed in China (which unfortunately still loses the favour against the ROG Phone 2, according to our fans). Besides the phone news, we got a Malaysian Pokemon fan making his own Pokemon game mod based on Malaysia so that's cool.
Yeah so there's nothing much but just a heads up, here's what you can expect in this coming few weeks - many news about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series which will take place in New York and many, many Merdeka promo sales to come. Anyway, let's get started shall we?
Last Updated: Jul 17, 2019
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.
Last Updated: May 27, 2019
Today, Digi and ZTE Malaysia have come to an agreement and signed a Memorandum of Understanding. Together with their new collaboration, they will be exploring the potential of 5G technology and this will mark as the third telco company to be working with another party on this field.
Last Updated: May 10, 2019
Today, U Mobile Sdn Bhd has just signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with TIME dotCom. This is due to U Mobile's 5G initiative and if you have been following the news, the company has already conduct 5G trials with TIME's involvement, this will speed up the high speed and low latency backhaul solution.
Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016
On 18 November 2016, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC) and UOA Holdings Sdn. Bhd. (UOA Holdings). This MoU signals the two companies to cooperate in joint efforts to set up a Game Hub in Bangsar South with the mutual objective of enhancing Malaysia’s game industry.
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2015
Huawei Malaysia and Xiamen University recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) with Xiamen University Malaysia campus to develope a future-oriented ICT enabled campus in Malaysia. While no exact Malaysia release dates were revealed, the MoU details collaboration between the two that will result in a high-quality campus network along with a joint lab on Xiamen University campus grounds featuring Huawei's latest ICT technologies. Xiamen University Campus Malaysia will be located in Bandar Kota Warisan, Selangor. Here's what Huawei Malaysia and Xiamen University had to say about it all:
“I’m very pleased to see Huawei embark on this exciting journey with Xiamen University, one of the most respected universities in the world. As a world ICT leader, Huawei is leading the way for education reform through technology. Smart campuses with reliable, high bandwidth networks are essential tools for today’s Digital Natives to feel engaged in University education and compete and win in the digital economy. This MoU is just the in line with our ongoing efforts in ICT education and skill development for Malaysian students. I am very excited by the potential of this partnership and look forward to working with the university over the future.” Abraham Liu, CEO of Huawei Malaysia
“We are excited to have taken the first step in what we hope will be a long-term collaboration with Huawei, a company which plays a major role in the global ICT industry. Today’s MoU with Huawei means the collaborations between Xiamen University and Huawei have reached a strategic level. This win-win collaboration will help Xiamen University expand its reputation in Malaysia and it also enables Huawei to enhance its brand among the education industry.” Zhu Chongshi, President of Xiamen University