Malaysia: IoT market report 2018
12 June 2018 | Research
Country report | PPTX and PDF (11 slides) | IoT and M2M Services
"All major MNOs in Malaysia are involved in the provision of some IoT services, and the government proactively supports the development of the IoT ecosystem."
Malaysia is still an immature market for IoT – the first LoRa network was rolled out in 2017 and there are no NB-IoT or LTE-M networks in the country to date. However, operator interest in this area is increasing and there is a high level of government support for IoT-related initiatives.
This country report provides an overview of the IoT market in Malaysia, including data on connections and revenue, and analyses the strategies of major players.
This report provides:
- an overview of the IoT market and associated regulation and country plans
- historical data and forecasts for mobile and LPWA IoT connections and revenue by sector
- key milestones and market dynamics
- profiles of Celcom (Axiata), Digi (Telenor), Maxis and Telekom Malaysia.
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