Aptilo clinches major hotspot deal

The Swedish wireless network solution provider Aptilo Networks has, through its Malaysian consortium with Mutiara.com, been awarded a 1000 hotspot contract for northern Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and Penang, according to Computer Sweden.      Of the total will 300 hotspots be installed this year. A hotspot is a node for wireless internet access, Wi Fi.      Aptilo’s solution…

IKEA continues “Sow a Seed” project

IKEA, starter of “Sow a Seed” project in 1998 has signed an agreement with Yayasan Sabah (Sabah Foundation) on 17th of October to continue this environmental project for another five years, reports the website of Embassy of Sweden Kuala Lumpur, http://www.embassyofswedenmy.org/pages/news.htm .      The objective of this project is to rehabilitate burned and degraded rainforest in…

DiGi’s 9-month net profit increases 10.5%

DiGi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd, Telenor’s mobile phone operation in Malaysia, recorded a higher pre-tax profit of MYR120.1 million for the nine months ended 30 September 2003, representing an improvement of 7.6% over the MYR111.6 million recorded in the corresponding period last year.      The group consequently registered a net profit of MYR86.2 million, which is 10.5%…

MASBA launches new website

The Malaysian-Swedish Business Association (MASBA) on October 30, 2003 launched its new website, which have packed many improved features and functions under a clean and user-friendly design. The URL remains unchanged at http://www.masba.org/      The new website is part of MASBA’s plan to offer added values to its members and the Malaysian-Swedish business community.      “We are…