PETALING JAYA: The allocation the long-term evolution (LTE) 2.6GHz spectrum band to eight companies will bring about a more wholesome wireless infrastructure industry in the country, according to Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) chairman Datuk Seri Halim Shafie.
“Spectrum is a resource and once there are additional resources for the country, it will be positive for the industry in terms of promoting the development of the infrastructure and advance services particularly wireless high-speed broadband,” Halim told reporters after the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Petronas Management Training Sdn Bhd yesterday.
Halim represented TM at the signing of the MoU with Petronas Management Training to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and resources between their organisations.
The collaboration over three years will enable TM's 27,000 staff and Petronas Management Training to improve the performance and productivity of their employees and prepare them to embrace a high-performing work culture.
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