TM, Astro’s Measat to deliver high quality digital experience


Managing director and group CEO Imri Mokhtar described TM as the leading infrastructure partner for High Speed Broadband wholesale services and it leverages its superior network nationwide to support the industry’s broadband growth.

KUALA LUMPUR: Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM) and Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd’s unit MEASAT Broadcast Network Systems Sdn Bhd (Astro) will work together to deliver a high quality digital experience to all Malaysians.

In a joint statement on Wednesday, they said the collaboration also signifies both companies' commitment to support the “Jalinan Digital Negara” (Jendela) initiative in providing wider broadband coverage and a better experience nationwide.

TM, via TM WHOLESALE, its global and wholesale business arm, will provide Astro with a full suite of infrastructure and connectivity solutions that comprises the whole range of wholesale services inclusive of high speed broadband (HSBB), bandwidth, backhaul and Internet access.

This extensive and robust fibre network infrastructure will enable TM together with Astro to provide high-quality and reliable connectivity to their end-users.

With TM’s HSBB service, Astro also will be able to provide broadband services to its customers without having the need to build a new infrastructure while extending its coverage to wider areas across the country via a fibre network.

As for Internet services, TM’s internet access solution will enable Astro to offer high performance internet connectivity and a comprehensive solution to its customers.

TM will also provide Astro with its Content Delivery Network (TM CDN), a newly developed content platform service that delivers seamless, faster and secure digital content. This will enable Astro to strengthen its video streaming efficiency to its current service offerings.

The agreements were signed by TM group chief executive officer Imri Mokhtar, and TM Wholesale executive vice president Amar Huzaimi Md Deris.

Astro was represented by its group CEO Henry Tan and its group chief financial officer Shafiq Abdul Jabbar.

Imri described TM as the leading infrastructure partner for High Speed Broadband wholesale services and it leverages its superior network nationwide to support the industry’s broadband growth.

“We are also the primary mobile backhaul infrastructure provider for the industry with extensive coverage and capacity. As the digital infrastructure accelerator in Malaysia, we have always been a strong advocate of infrastructure sharing.

“Thus we are honoured to be given this opportunity to leverage each other’s expertise to provide Malaysians with high quality broadband and content services that we have,” he said.

Astro group CEO Henry Tan pointed out this strategic partnership with TM lays the foundation for Astro to be an internet service provider.Astro group CEO Henry Tan pointed out this strategic partnership with TM lays the foundation for Astro to be an internet service provider.

Meanwhile, Tan pointed out this strategic partnership with TM lays the foundation for Astro to be an internet service provider.

“Astro’s goal is to provide Malaysians with the best digital experience and broadband value proposition.

“Leveraging on the strength of TM’s wide HSBB network will enable Astro to realise new revenue streams, scaling our broadband service with content bundles, or standalone broadband and other product lines. This deal gives us more flexibility to offer great value and convenience to our customers,” Tan added.

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