Sunday, May 31, 2009



Invedge Sdn Bhd, a Celcom's Value Added Partner, organized monthly bowling event for CELCOM BUSINESS customers. The participant will be informed about latest product and cost saving with newest voice and broadband package.

The winner for the month of MEI'09 ( CELCOM POWERTOOLS CHALLENGE ) is En. helmy b. mohammad with 1953 pins, take away RM2,000 , 1st. runners up is Mr Zaidi Awang withh cash prices RM1,000 for 1888 pins and 2nd runners up is Mr Mohd Azemi B Mohd Misderun for 1812pins back home with RM600.
The best woman at no 19 from 53 total participant is Puan Hamiza bt Mahmud with 1709 pins.

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Monday, May 25, 2009



WiMAX is a wireless digital communications system, also known as IEEE 802.16, that is intended for wireless "metropolitan area networks". WiMAX can provide broadband wireless access (BWA) up to 30 miles (50 km) for fixed stations, and 3 - 10 miles (5 - 15 km) for mobile stations. In contrast, the WiFi/802.11 wireless local area network standard is limited in most cases to only 100 - 300 feet (30 - 100m).

With WiMAX, WiFi-like data rates are easily supported, but the issue of interference is lessened. WiMAX operates on both licensed and non-licensed frequencies, providing a regulated environment and viable economic model for wireless carriers.

WiMAX can be used for wireless networking in much the same way as the more common WiFi protocol. WiMAX is a second-generation protocol that allows for more efficient bandwidth use, interference avoidance, and is intended to allow higher data rates over longer distances.

The IEEE 802.16 standard defines the technical features of the communications protocol. The WiMAX Forum offers a means of testing manufacturer's equipment for compatibility, as well as an industry group dedicated to fostering the development and commercialization of the technology. provides a focal point for consumers, service providers, manufacturers, analysts, and researchers who are interested in WiMAX technology, services, and products. Soon, WiMAX will be a very well recognized term to describe wireless Internet access throughout the world.

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Thursday, May 21, 2009


Mobile working is about freedom and simplicity. With a new technologies and a latest devices are making easy to access information and work regardless where ever you are. Mobile phone are now equip with the range of computing device which is allowing us to create and acces EMAIL, create document and even hold meetings without being in the office.

WORKING IN REAL TIME - Mobile working really mean for the sales people or a staff working at client site. Instead of demonstrating a product with a laptop, they could connect to the your system or any relevant website, which is give client more information about the product and latest prices. This can be more sales and a better customer service.

FLEXIBLE WORKING - Depending on your business model and objective, the model mobile technology will vary. Previous Mobile working was synonymous with laptops. Now, handheld devices like PDA's, 3G smartphone and NetBook, which is become so popular now, that can handle data and voice on the move.


3G (HSDPA) SmartPhone - With a much higher data transfer rate, unlike WAP Phone, there is no waiting time to acces the Web. Wap phone data transfer rate at only 10kbps, 3G's up to 384kbps and with HSDPA you can download data up to 3.6 Mbps. The key features of 3G's phone with a video call communication, but the quality isn't good enough to make it a replacement for formal meeting. 3G's handphone also come with a range of usefull features - like digital camera, web and Email acces. The 3G's SmartPhone features enhance with push Email, GPS capabilities, organizer and file editing for standard office software. It's also can be link to your laptop or pc's as a modem.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2009



This for a current Blackberry Bold's user, for not even a year. Don’t you thinks’ to buy another gadget, which is much-much better than your current gadget?

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Sunday, May 10, 2009


Today, I received an E-Mail from wireless broadbands users, asking me “why the speeds so slow as low as 11bts/second in their area”. 

 Why your wireless broadband speeds turn slow?

  • The more people connect to the internet at the same time, the slower speeds at your computer. This due to every one of the wireless broadband users share the same IP. 
  • Your location distance from the transmission tower, the nearest the best signal your computer can receive.
  • Your computer is another fact, why its turn slows. Please upgrade the processor or do regular maintenance for your pc or laptop.

We know that Celcom with the problem 120% over subscriber, but for the company’s revenue and loyal customer, they might do something. Maxis are not really aggressive to promote their wireless broadband.      Due to coverage, Digi are not available for high speed in our area.

 With wireless broadband, we can browse internet anywhere within coverage, the only speeds makes a deference between gprs, edge, 3g, 3g HSDPA, that’s the no 1 factor why go wireless broadband.

 The speeds are only up to the maximum speed that you subscribe the package. The telco’s provider is not guarantying the speeds at the maximum level at any time.


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Saturday, May 9, 2009

vodafone stick hsdpa modem


External interfaces

USB interface: supporting USB 2.0 full speed

standard micro SD card interface

SIM/USIM card: standard 6-pin SIM card interface

Supported Technologies

HSDPA (3.6Mbps) /UMTS 900/2100 MHz

GSM/GPRS 850/900 MHz

GSM/GPRS 1800 MHz/1900 MHz

EDGE 850/900MHz

EDGE 1800MHz/1900MHz

Static receiver sensitivity

HSDPA/UMTS 900/2100 MHz: compliant with 3GPP TS 25.101 (R5)

EDGE/GPRS/GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz: compliant with 3GPP TS 05.05 (R99)

Maximum power consumption

≤ 2.5 W

Power supply

5 V/500 mA


indicating the status of the K3565


70.12mm(D) × 25mm(W) × 12.5mm (H) <>


Operating: –10ºC to +55ºC / Storage: –20ºC to +70ºC


5% to 95%

Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, Windows Vista, Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5 with latest upgrades


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HSDPA Wireless Gateway

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Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Small firms turn to mobile working

Small businesses are starting to adopt flexible and home working policies in a bid to cut costs and avoid having to make staff redundant.

The small firms must considered implementing a flexible working policy as a means of reducing overheads in challenging conditions while the same number felt under more pressure from employees to allow them to work flexibly.

All businesses need to take stock and revise their plans and strategy to continue to be competitive, and that means streamlining operations, reducing costs and increasing productivity. Mobile working has an extremely positive impact, not just in terms of the performance and productivity of the team, but also in attracting and retaining excellent people.

All businesses need to take stock and revise their plans and strategy to continue to be competitive, and that means streamlining operations, reducing costs and increasing productivity

Mobile technology allows to keep in touch with their progress and also means that they are always available should they need support or advice. Many of business owners feel they are not adequately supported in terms of the technology packages available to them.

This is to give them flexibility to react to the current economy despite the fact that many of them knows  that technology would become more important in a recession.

Businesses should be looking for a simple, understandable price plan from mobile communications providers and ensuring they get the specific advice that they require.

 { Life is going to get a lot harder before it gets better }




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Friday, May 1, 2009


Mobile Working: The right tools for your business

Employee mobility is an increasing trend as businesses are becoming more flexible than ever - but what does this mean when deciding on the right tools to make it work effectively?

With the developing need for employee mobility in Malaysia now, mobile devices are becoming increasingly relied upon for both small and larger businesses, are now using mobile data technologies such as and Executives of the group with the most gadgets. Some use a notebook, PC, PDA's, SmartPhone, Wi-Fi or a mobile broadband.

Across all businesses the most obvious device is the mobile phone, which is almost universally used, but mobility doesn't end there. The single mobile device respondents found most useful is the notebook PC with mobile connectivity either through an external card or Built-in Mobile Broadband. With both technologies already widely deployed the outlook on demand for notebook PCs is set to increase over the years. Alongside mobile phones and notebook PCs it is important to not forget the use of PDA's as being significant for the mobile workforce. With ever increasing technological developments both with the actual mobile devices themselves and the communications networks there is a rapidly growing market with new business challenges.

It the time to change

When the decision to increase employee mobility is made many factors have to be taken into consideration, the first being the choice of which device would be most beneficial. Mobile phones aside, notebook PCs have key benefits over other mobile devices. The main advantages in using a notebook PC over handheld mobile devices were reported to be; large display with the ability to work on detailed documents, a full-sized keyboard and the ability to access MS Office applications. However, it was also discovered that the ability to handle attachments, have greater storage and having better web application and access were also important.

The thought process now has to be taken one step further as SMB users are highly mobile, if the decision of notebook PCs as the key mobile device is made there is then the choice of Built-in Mobile Broadband versus the external card. Research shows that Built-in Mobile Broadband has higher performance than Mobile Broadband through an external card, in a recent report Gartner found that 3G service offerings are becoming sufficiently stable to enable an embedded notebook PC solution to last three years without an upgrade.

Gartner found that an internal 3G module will perform significantly better than external solutions for signal strength, with embedded modules performing better over external cards and handsets. This is due to the fact that notebook PC manufacturers have designed multiple antenna systems that provide superior signal propagation. OEM's also report seeing better battery life with embedded cards. WWAN - (Gartner 28 April 2008 - Changes Coming for Embedded 3G in Notebook PCs).

The inclusion of Built-in Mobile Broadband or external card with your notebook PC will help with wireless connectivity. Technical features of mobile devices have the largest potential for growth within businesses with the need for high-speed data communications and internet access. The technology in this area has come on in leaps and bounds in the past couple of years, from the built-in technology within notebook PCs such as Intel processor technology and proprietary software from various notebook PC manufacturers to increased network coverage across the UK

Notebook PCs also help with other key business issues that arise from increased employee mobility such as the problem of security. Many businesses are not fully prepared for the security risks that accompany mobile working. Ideally, mobile workers want to log in remotely to the network, replicating all of the access privileges found on their office local area network (LAN). However, strong perimeters and password systems are not adequate measures when it comes to remote security, and can be easily bypassed with password-cracking software. The built-in technology within certain notebook PCs is improving to help combat security issue's from hackers, however it is also key to ensure network security as this will unlock the key to secure mobile working.

( In conclusion it really depends on the specific business requirements but it is clear that making PC purchase decisions is no longer as simple as it once was with mobility being ever more critical. With notebook PC manufacturers introducing proprietary software the PC is no longer be considered just a commodity to any business ).
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