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TM set to increase backbone internet capacity

6 Nov 2008

Telekom Malaysia™ has revealed plans to increase its broadband infrastructure capacity by 30% to 130Gbps in 2009, citing a rise in demand for online services as the main driving factor. Malaysian news source The Star Online also reports that the telco plans to increase its bandwidth to 100Gbps by the end of 2008, up from the 90Gbps it presently offers. Rozaimy Rahman, COO of TM Global, a subsidiary of TM, noted that rising demand has been driven by an increase in the number of voice calls, the growing number of home offices and the rise of high definition TV content.

Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia

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