12 June 2014, Singapore – Telekom Malaysia has become the latest major telecommunications network operator to join the Broadband Forum as the organization continues to see a major commitment from the region’s service providers and vendors towards ongoing standards development. Telekom Malaysia was established 30 years ago and is now the largest integrated solutions provider in the country. It joins other major players from Asia, all actively pursuing solutions with global and regional impact.

At CommunicAsia, the Forum’s Marketing and Membership Director, Laurie Adams de Sá will chair discussions on how to monetize fiber broadband for businesses on Day 3 of the 2014 conference. The session will take place on Thursday 19 June at 10.55am.

These discussions will explore how to empower your business’ communication and multimedia requirements with fast and stable fiber networks and the long term benefits that this can bring. Focused on decreasing the risk of new technology investment, the BBF offers tools for the industry to smoothly and cost efficiently move to next generation networks while capitalizing on new fiber solutions and Virtualization (Cloud, SDN and NFV) to rollout valuable first-in-class consumer and enterprise services. 

Mrs Adams de Sá will be available for media briefings at CommunicAsia. If you would like to arrange a meeting, please contact Dana Hare on +44 (0) 1636 812152 or send an email [email protected].

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