Yes brings 5G to Penang with 5G wireless fibre

Yes brings 5G to Penang with 5G wireless fibre

  • Roll-outs Infinite Gateway, Malaysia’s 5G Wireless dietary fibre service
  • Penang the very first state to experience 5G connectivity

Yes brings 5G to Penang with 5G wireless fibre YTL Communications’ Yes has revealed its commercial 5G service in Penang and has also launched the 5G wireless dietary fibre service.

In a statement, Indeed said as Malaysia transitions into an electronic world where high quality connectivity is a requirement to enabling better productivity and efficiency, it is excited to allow consumers and industrial sectors alike to be portion of this digital transformation with its 5G options.

Released with the support from the Penang State government and officiated by Penang’s chief minister, Chow Kon Yeow, the particular Yes 5G assistance is fully in-line with the State’s Penang2030 vision.

The extension of Indeed 5G service into Penang will not only motivate new investments plus boost the state’s economic climate but Penangites may also be amongst the first in the united states to experience world class 5G connectivity, Yes stated.

Chow Kon Yeow, Penang’s chief minister stated, “World class mobile Internet is key to advancing our digital economy and this can make Penang an even more attractive location for international direct Investment. ”

Yes also announced the particular launch of its Unlimited Gateway, which the firm claimed is Malaysia’s first 5G Wifi Fibre service.

Requiring no installation, the fibre class product is movable from room in order to room and can  connect up to 32 devices using its built-in Wi-Fi 6 assistance, it said.

Wing K. Lee, chief executive of YTL Communications said, “Local consumers, businesses and innovators will certainly benefit greatly from our 5G services, including Malaysia’s first wifi fibre service. ”

He added that Yes Infinite Gateway offers an elegant solution for most Malaysians that are not able to get access to conventional dietary fibre service or are unsatisfied with their present home or function broadband connectivity.  

“Therefore, Yes sees this particular as an opportunity to make use of the rapidly growing 5G support footprint to close up the digital divide, so everyone can live, work, find out and play effectively, ” he said.

Click here to find out more about Yes’ products and further information on the Unlimited Gateway.