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Telekom Malaysia’s wholesale arm inks tower site access deal

26 Oct 2021

Telekom Malaysia has announced that its wholesale arm TM WHOLESALE has entered into a collaboration with nine tower providers, enabling access to tower sites facilities. In a press release the company said the development ‘marked another milestone as the national connectivity and digital infrastructure provider’, adding that under the collaboration the nine towercos will open access to their tower sites, including land and rooftop facilities. This will reportedly enable Telekom Malaysia to connect the towers with its high speed fibre-optic network to support high quality network performance and capability. The nine tower companies involved are the members of Persatuan Penyedia Infrastruktur Telekomunikasi (PPIT), namely: D’Harmoni Telco Infra; Melaka ICT Holdings; Perlis Comm;, Infra Quest; Perak Integrated Network Services; EdgePoint Towers; PDC Telecommunication Services; Desabina Industries; and Yiked Bina.

Commenting, Amar Huzaimi Md Deris, Executive Vice President at TM WHOLESALE, said: ‘Telekom Malaysia through TM WHOLESALE, is committed to ensuring our national telecommunication industry is provided with cutting edge connectivity and extensive fibre infrastructure solutions as a catalyst to accelerate the delivery of a high quality digital experience to all Malaysians, true to our role as national digital infrastructure accelerator. This will allow service providers to serve their customers with faster connectivity speed and greater bandwidth capacity for the current 4G and future 5G services nationwide.’

Malaysia, Telekom Malaysia

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