Thursday, September 24, 2020

DiGi Expands 3G Coverage

DiGi Telecommunications Berhad is modernising its network coverage, which will span almost 6,000 sites nationwide. DiGi plans to expand its 3G coverage to 75 per cent of populated areas by end-2013. According to a source in DiGi, more than half of the 6,000 sites have been upgraded to support the...
The award-winning property investor, Magna Prima Berhad has launched a contemporary residential project to suit the lifestyle of a fast paced civilisation. The serviced apartments, which will soon be sprawled on one part of the larger piece of land measuring approximately 10.23 acres. The Boulevard Serviced Apartments was launched by...
Fujitsu, a leading information and communications technology (ICT) company launched its Managed Mobile solution in Malaysia. The Managed Mobile solution was released to meet the needs of growing mobile infrastructure managements, particularly prevalent in the government sector and in enterprises. Fujitsu Managed Mobile is an enterprise-class, cloud-based platform that focuses...
A recent Regus survey revealed that hiring returning mothers after their maternity helps improve productivity, possibly through lowered training and hiring costs. Respondents said that these post-maternity women could be reinducted into the workforce through introduction of greater flexibility, near-site day-care facilities, increased use of video-conferencing technology and more job-sharing. The...
The Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB) today announced that Malaysia will be the proud host of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) Experience in 2014. It is scheduled to be held from 13-15 February at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) with the objective of bringing MDRT’s...
Kelantan, a state on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, is full of culture, natural attractions and delicious food. To bring the sights, sounds, tastes and aromas of Kelantan to life in Singapore, Tourism Malaysia has partnered with the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) and Firefly airline in a tourism programme specifically...
Malaysia prides itself on its food – especially its unique mix of Asian cuisines - and while there are dozens of Malaysian restaurants in cities like Shanghai, new research from Mintel reveals that despite consumer demand, there are very few consumer products with Malaysian flavours selling to Chinese consumers. Indeed, while Korean,...
Paris is the second city after London to have a scheduled A380 service from Kuala Lumpur. Effective Friday, MAS' capacity for the daily route between Kuala Lumpur and Paris CDG will increase by 75 per cent, up from 282 seats from the previously operated Boeing 777 to 494 seats on...
With the proliferation of personal computing devices, Malaysians prefer to work for firms that allow technological freedom, according to VMware's New Way of Life 2013 study. The study showed a 66 per cent majority with the predilection. The study was commissioned by VMware and conducted by Acorn Research in 12...
Oris launched its first Island Boutique in Malaysia at the 1 Utama Shopping Centre on 26 February 2013. The launch event also saw the brand recognised the achievements of Paralympians Hasihin Sanawi and Mohammad Ziyad Zolkefli, singer Shila Amzah and Moto3 GP racer Zulfahmi Khairuddin. The Oris Island Boutique is...
Malaysia recorded RM139.5 billion in realised private investments in 2012, a figure that surpasses the targetted investment of RM127.9 billion by 9 per cent, according to Minister of International Trade and Industry Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed. The realised private investment grew 24.8 per cent from 2011's RM111.8 billion. Mustapa also...
Jobstreet.com's Job Outlook Report 2013 shows Malaysian employers having a bright job outlook for the first quarter of 2013. Jobstreet.com said that according to the report, 36 per cent of respondents expect to increase their recruiting in the next 12 months, up from 23 per cent in the first quarter...