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brian12988
post Sep 18 2008, 03:12 PM

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actually....upgrading the ADSL is not a suitable long term plan..becoz copper is stupid....

as long as they dun buy hardwares from different manufacturers.....then it should be fine...kuar...

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KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 (Bernama) -- High Speed Broadband Technology Sdn Bhd (HSBT) will spend RM10.5 billion in capital expenditure over the next five years to provide an open access high-speed broadband network nationwide.

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Its technical and corporate strategy director, Shukor Ahmad, said JALENAS, or Jalur Lebar Nasional, would provide other options for consumers to tap into the high-speed broadband services.

"We will use about RM3 billion to RM4 billion to roll out the initial stage. It will be the most critical two years for us. Eventually, we will use internal funds that will start to come in after that," he told reporters at a media briefing here today.

He expected the company's bottomline to be profitable after four to five years of operation.

The infrastructure utility company will depend on revenue sharing with service providers to get returns, Shukor added.

HSBT, which will have technology partners from Japan, South Korea and Sweden, would provide network and backbone infrastructure for service providers and consumers.

JALENAS will cover 2.5 million households, not necessarily urban areas but also suburban and rural areas, he said.

Meanwhile, Pahang Menteri Besar, Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob, said the Pahang government-backed company has indicated its interest to Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to apply for the operator's licence.

"The proposal will be completed by the end of this month and I will bring a team to present it to him (Najib) as soon as possible," he said.

HSBT is a special-purpose vehicle, jointly owned by Pahang government unit, Pahang Technology Resources Sdn Bhd and Bumiraya Resources Sdn Bhd, privately-owned by several Malaysian technopreneurs. -- BERNAMA



Adnan makes case for alternative broadband network
12-09-2008

Source : The Star Online


MB: HSBT will not compete with but complement TM

KUALA LUMPUR: Pahang Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob and High Speed Broadband Sdn Bhd (HSBT) yesterday made the case for an alternative high-speed broadband network costing RM10.5bil that will connect 2.5 million premises nationwide over five years.

Pahang government-backed HSBT is the special purpose vehicle set up to provide a “national open access network infrastructure” as opposed to another high-speed broadband network that would be provided by Telekom Malaysia Bhd ™ with partial government funding.

Adnan, in a speech during a briefing for service providers and the media yesterday, stressed that HSBT’s broadband network, called Jalur Lebar Nasional (Jalenas) would not compete with but complement TM’s network.

Jalenas would also provide wider coverage because it would connect to rural and suburban areas as well as provide an open and equal access to the network compared with TM’s, which currently controlled 95% of the broadband market.

Adnan said despite TM having received a letter of award from the government on Sept 2 for the provision of a fibre network to 1.3 million urban premises costing RM11.3bil over 10 years, there was a strong case for HSBT, which had lined up technology providers from Japan, South Korea and Sweden and private financiers, to obtain another licence.

“We want to plead forcefully, but not be pushy, that we be given the opportunity because we’ve a strong case,” Adnan said, adding that Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had been informed of HSBT’s intention to apply for a braodband networklicence.

He said the guarantee from the Government could come in any form. “Even oral announcement is good enough for us,” Adnan said.

Meanwhile, HSBT technical and corporate director Shukor Ahmed said the company was not competing with service providers because it was an infrastructure utility company.

He said service providers were only using Jalenas as a platform to reach end-users and that all payments and communication would be between end-users and the service providers.

“We’ve yet to formulate any sort of revenue-sharing agreement with the service providers but we’re open to suggestions,” he added.

Shukor declined to name the foreign technology providers or the private financiers. “We’ll only release the names of the technology providers and financiers after we receive government approval,” he said.

Second HSBB network only possible later on
17-09-2008

By : B.K.Sidhu
Source : The Star Online


There is no room for a second high speed broadband (HSBB) network infrastructure now that the Government has inked an RM11.3bil agreement with Telekom Malaysia Bhd ™ for the HSBB roll-out.

Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said “it could be possible later’’ and “I cannot say when’’ but “not at the moment.’’

This has dashed the hopes of several aspirants that wanted to put up an open access HSBB network to spur competition in the fixed broadband market place. With the absence of a second HSBB network some players fear consumers will eventually lose out.

TM will only divulge details of access of the roll-out in six months but Najib, in his speech at the signing ceremony yesterday, did say the Government would make sure there was open access to ensure enough competition in the market place.

A government official said the aspirants should make a submission to the regulator for an NFP (network facilities provider) licence so that the process could begin. TM may have got the big job without going through an open tender basis but, without an application, it was difficult to even assess the interest level.

Pahang-based High Speed Broadband Sdn Bhd said it would apply for NFP and NSP (network service provider) licences. The other aspirants include Dr Mohamed Awang Lah (also the CEO of Jaring) and Optical Communication Engineering Sdn Bhd.

TM had waited with bated breath to sign the agreement yesterday after two failed attempts one year after the project was announced. The initial plan was to invest RM15.3bil but this was scaled down to RM11.3bil of which the Government will fork out RM2.4bil in a public/private partnership (PPP) to roll out HSBB in high-density areas in Malaysia.

TM will have over 800 broadband-enabled exchanges and 500 new telecentres.

Najib said the Government would make progressive payments to TM for its portion. “As they implement we will start giving, but TM will spend most of it,’’ he said.

TM group chief executive officer Datuk Zamzamzairani Md Isa said the company had the funds to undertake the project but he did not give details.

TM HSBB programme director Ahmad Azhar Yahya said TM had called for tenders and would now work with vendors to fine-tune its requirement to meet its roll-out timeline of 2012 where 1.3 million premises would be linked offering speeds of 2Mbps to 1Gbps.

HSBB is only for the high-density areas. For other areas, broadband will be made available at speeds of up to 10Mbps.

To wire up the rural areas with broadband infrastructure, Energy, Water and Communications Minister Datuk Shaziman Abu Mansor said tax incentives would be considered besides the Universal service provision fund that could be used over three years for the implementation.
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post Sep 18 2008, 07:24 PM

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AHMAD AZHAR YAHYA is now the programme Director HSBB of TM.
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AHMAD AZHAR YAHYA
Programme Director HSBB of TM

Ahmad Azhar, 44, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Oklahoma State University. He began his career as an engineer in Agilent Technologies (formerly known as Hewlett Packard) in 1987. He then joined Accenture in 1990 servicing clients in Malaysia, Asia and Middle East in various industries namely communications, high technology, oil and gas and public sector services. His experiences include strategic planning and change management, business and operations support systems, enterprise resource management, revenue and customer relationship management. He became a Partner at Accenture in 2000 before joining TM as Group Chief Information Officer on 2 August 2004. Ahmad is now the programme Director HSBB of TM.

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JEREMY KUNG
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JEREMY KUNG ENG CHUANG
Chief Executive Officer, TM Net Sdn Bhd

Jeremy Kung, 45, holds a Bachelor Degree of Science from the University of Ottawa, Canada.

Jeremy is a commercial oriented person with a strong technical and telecommunications background. He began his career as a sales cum programmer in Pacific Convergence Hong Kong. He has a vast career experience in a variety of technical and management roles in IT systems development for media, telecommunications and Internet broadband. Jeremy previously held several key positions in PCCW and his last position there as Senior Vice President of Customer Advocacy and Information. Jeremy was appointed as Chief Executive Officer, TM Net Sdn Bhd on 20 May 2008.

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Beside than, CEO of TM grp : Dato Abdul Wahid Omar no longer as a CEO anymore ?

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post Sep 19 2008, 12:02 AM

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QUOTE(Moogle Stiltzkin @ Sep 17 2008, 10:38 AM)
Oh crap. Anwar confirmed that he would cancel the broadband project that BN signed with TMNUT if Anwar took over power.

I hope he doesn't biggrin.gif

Other mega project like the space program of course, but not the broadband plz !!!
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Anwar will cancel the TM HSBB project, but Anwar will appoint other NFS or NSP to continue the HSBB project


Added on September 19, 2008, 12:10 amThank You Moogle Stiltzkin

We hope we can get better & Cheaper services on the Broadban Only



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Start at Spetember 12 RM 5.00/set/week


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QUOTE(tigerworm @ Sep 19 2008, 12:02 AM)
Anwar will cancel the TM HSBB project, but Anwar will appoint other NFS or NSP to continue the HSBB project


When did he say this, or are you just assuming he will ?

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post Sep 19 2008, 01:44 PM

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QUOTE(wodenus @ Sep 19 2008, 01:37 PM)
When did he say this, or are you just assuming he will ?
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i myself remember reading that too but i guess with lim guan eng around we'll be seeing the opening of the public infrastructure for other broadband players to come in and get a slice of the pie.

that way they'll still have their money for whatever they want it for and we'll have our competitive pricing. well, one can wish.
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QUOTE(Panadol @ Sep 19 2008, 01:44 PM)
i myself remember reading that too but i guess with lim guan eng around we'll be seeing the opening of the public infrastructure for other broadband players to come in and get a slice of the pie.

that way they'll still have their money for whatever they want it for and we'll have our competitive pricing. well, one can wish.
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You might be making another assumption, there's nothing in the DAP manifesto about that I think (or at least I don't remember reading it.)
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post Sep 19 2008, 09:50 PM

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Yeah, They need to upgrade the international Bandwidth..
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will sabahans benefit from such a great development?

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post Sep 19 2008, 10:17 PM

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MMU cyberjaya currently connected to 155Mbps To TMNEt

but sadly..its already fully utilized

MRTG Stat for today

In 151.5 Mb/s (97.7%) 122.4 Mb/s (79.0%) 122.0 Mb/s (78.7%)
Out 155.0 Mb/s (100.0%) 153.0 Mb/s (98.7%) 154.0 Mb/s (99.3%)


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post Sep 20 2008, 12:19 AM

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QUOTE(Suk @ Sep 16 2008, 07:14 PM)
The infrastructure will be rolled out over a period of 10 years with the Government investing RM2.4 billion and TM RM8.9 billion to provide high-speed broadband access to over 1.3 million premises by 2012. Phase 1 of the project will cover the Inner Klang Valley, all key economic and industrial zones throughout the country, the Iskandar Malaysia Region, all IPTAs throughout the nation and all IPTS within the rollout areas.
Anyone notice the 10 year rollout part?

1.3 million by 2012? That's only four years to go.

Any bets that we'll fall far short of the goal?

Phase 1 covers government agencies and big business.
What "Phase" does the rakyat come under?
I'm guessing the general population will only see hsbb come 2013-2018.
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TMnut use the USB funding 2.4b for setup the HSBB project and also to make profit for HSBB for the phase 1 else where got money to start phase 2, that why phase 1 is Big company & goverment agencies first.

The Phase 1 will start on 2010, till rakyat, wait untill die also cant get.

Do you guy know TMnut profit for 1 year ?
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i thnk tgerworm said true oso...there prvide for luxury areas...

then, they can prvide other user...
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HSBB??

High Speed Broadband??

got speed trap??

scare got saman by encik saman..

tmnut only can provide high speed internet access..

but how about the high speed pocket broken??
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If you want to discuss about HSBB, there is a dedicated thread on the forum no need to revive old threads.

 

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