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Maxis and Huawei pioneering 5.5G in Malaysia and Southeast Asia.


Maxis collaborated with Huawei to trial 5.5G technology, the first in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, showcasing ultra-fast peak speeds of up to 8Gbps and promising up to 10 times improvement in speed, connected devices, and latency compared to 5G.

In a groundbreaking event officiated by the Minister of Communications and supported by the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, the showcase at KLCC The Place featured interactive applications of 5.5G technology, highlighting its potential for next-generation connectivity and digital solutions.

The advanced capabilities of 5.5G technology can support digitalization, automation, and the Internet of Things (IoT) across various sectors, facilitating the digital upgrade of core industries. The 5.5G trial will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, representing Malaysia’s leading position in digital infrastructure.

Members of the public can also experience 5.5G technology firsthand at the showcase in Kuala Lumpur, further emphasizing the nation’s commitment to advancing telecommunications and digital transformation.

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