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Catatan Konpirasi

Ucapan Sultan Azlan Shah Tahun 1980 “Walau seberapa banyak sekalipun askar, polis atau pengawal istana digaji untuk melindungi dan menjaga tahta, namun tiada satu pun akan dapat mengatasi kehendak dan aspirasi rakyat jelata. Walau seberapa banyak peluru bedil atau peluru meriam sekalipun digunakan, namun tidak satu pun dapat menyekat kemarahan aspirasi rakyat. Jika kehendak rakyat jelata dimakbulkan Allah, maka (berlakulah) perpindahan takhta dari istana ke muzium seni dan budaya” – Sultan Azlan Shah ketika dianugerahkan Doktor Kehormat Undang-undang, di Majlis Konvokesyen, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang pada 29 Jun 1980



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Rabu, 26 Mei 2010

Want faster broadband? Try Mozambique

KUALA LUMPUR, May 26 — Malaysia ranks a lowly 102nd out of 152 countries in terms of its average download speed, according to analyses by leading internet speed testing website speedtest.net.

The tests showed that Malaysia’s average download speed was 1.88 Mbps as compared with 1.92 Mbps in Mozambique.

Malaysia’s broadband speed ranked behind number 101th placed St Kitts and Nevis (1.89 Mbps), Albania (100th, 1.91 Mbps) and Mozambique(99th).

The nation’s download speed was also about 18 times slower than the top-ranked country, South Korea, which had an average download speed of 34.14 Mbps.

Among its Asia counterparts, Malaysia placed behind number Korea, 4th placed Japan (20.29 Mbps), Singapore (31st, 8.51 Mbps), Taiwan (36th, 6.95 Mbps), Thailand (63rd, 3.78 Mbps), China (76th, 2.94 Mbps) and Philippines (90th, 2.3 Mbps).

It, however, came ahead of number India (121st, 1.33 Mbps), Indonesia (132nd, 1.01 Mbps) and Cambodia (134th, 0.81 Mbps).

Malaysia is trying to catch up with more advanced economies in terms of its broadband quality and penetration, and has embarked on several initiatives such as rolling out a fibre-optic cable network and WiMax wireless broadband.

Critics have long complained, however, that the lack of competition has hampered the nation’s broadband development.

Incumbent broadband service provider, Telekom Malaysia, launched its high speed broadband service, UniFi, in March.

Random tests done by The Malaysian Insider, which subscribes to the 20 Mbps UniFi package, on speedtest.net showed download speeds ranging from as high as 67.86 Mbps for servers located in Singapore to as low as 0.93 Mbps for servers located in San Francisco, US.

Other server locations tested by The Malaysian Insider include London (8.16 Mbps); Hong Kong (3.15 Mbps); Reston, Virginia, US (5.07 Mbps); and Balikpapan, Indonesia (1.89 Mbps).

Most Malaysian traffic is international as content in popular websites such as Google and Youtube are located mostly on servers outside of Malaysia.

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