Malaysia

Information

ccTLD: MY (the date of ccTLD delegation:1987-06-08)

Population (Year)

      24,645,600 (2000)    26,160,256 (2010)    28,728,607 (2011)

 

Internet Population (Year)

      3,700,000 (2000)    16,902,600 (2010)    17,723,000 (2011)    


Broadband Population (Year)

      2,078,500 (2010)


IP Address Allocation (Year):

      Number of IPv4 addresses: 6,318,848  (2012)

      Number of IPv6/48s : 3,604,492 (2012)

 

5 Popular Websites[from alexa.com]:

    Facebook: facebook.com   

    Google Malaysia : google.com.my

    Google: google.com   

    Youtube: youtube.com

    Blogspot.com :  blogspot.com


 
 
 

Bibliography

[Bernama 2009]  “122 Households involved in TM High Speed Broadband Trials”, Bernama.com, December 2009.

[Jeong 2007] Jeong Chung Hai @ Ibrahim, Nor Fadzlina Nawi, Principles of Public Administration: An Introduction, Karisma Publications, 2007.

[Kuhne 2012] Mirjam Kuhne,  “Percentage of IPv6-enabled Networks”, RIPE, March 2012.

[NITC 2005] NITC Malaysia, Malaysian Information, Communications and Multimedia Services 886, 2005. http://www.cornerstone.my/nitc/index.cfm?&menuid=5

[TM 2010] TM (Telekom Malaysia),   “Telekom Malaysia Berhad 2010 Annual Report,” http://www.tm.com.my/ap/about/investor/Documents/TM_Eng_2010.pdf, 2010. 

Introduction

[under construction]

1987     UUCP network started (named RangKoM), connected to UUNet, Munnari and SDN.

1980's  There was an ASEAN Australia Economic Cooperation Program (AAECP) where the setting up of Internet in the respective ASEAN countries was a major agenda.

1992     Internet (called JARING) went alive with 64kbps connection to US.

1992     First upgrade to 2 Mbps.

1997     Hosting of INET '97 with 45 Mbps link (activated in Jun 1997).  Beginning of commercial services.  All major telcos got ISP licenses.

1999     First 2.5 Gbps national backbone (more than 700km) with IP-over-Fibre.

Updated: 2012.7.11 Contact Sec at InternetHistory.Asia for further information.