Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with ZTE (Malaysia) Corporation Sdn Bhd (ZTE), a global provider of information and communication technology solutions, will collaborate on optical network research and bring the first 50 Gbps bandwidth experience to Malaysia.
The MoU was signed by TM R&D CEO Sharlene Thiagarajah and ZTE Malaysia CEO Steven Ge.
Under this agreement, TM R&D and ZTE will jointly explore the capabilities of 50GPON, a next-generation passive optical network (PON) access technology, to support various application scenarios. Additionally, the companies will explore use cases that can provide ultra-broadband access to governments, businesses and consumers, supporting the requirements of services such as 5G, cloud virtual reality (VR) and high-bandwidth industrial intelligent manufacturing. , low latency and jitter, clock synchronization, etc., all improve the user experience in Malaysia.
Regarding MoU, TM R&D Chief Executive Officer Sharlene Thiagarajah said: positively impact their lives. This fits nicely with TM Group’s transformation to become his TechCo, which is human-centric. We are very excited to partner with prominent global players like ZTE to innovate the next generation of PON technology in line with global trends and technology roadmaps. “
Meanwhile, Mr. Steven Ge, CEO of ZTE Malaysia, said: in better times. “
“ZTE is delighted to have the opportunity to work with TM R&D on future research into next-generation PON technology to support Digital Malaysia,” he adds.
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