|Industry||Internet service provider|
|Jeremy Kung (CEO)
Fazlur Rahman Zainuddin (CFO)
|Services||Internet Service Provider|
|Revenue||RM2.12 billion (2010)|
Number of employees
|Parent||Telekom Malaysia Berhad|
TM Net is an Internet service provider in Malaysia. As of 2009, it was the only fixedline broadband provider in Malaysia It also provides Internet protocol television and other multimedia services. TM net is a wholly owned subsidiary of Malaysia's main telecommunication provider, TM Bhd.
TM Net was established in 1995 by Telekom Malaysia as part of Malaysia National Broadband Plan. It was initially deployed on a trial basis The first commercial trial of ADSL by TM was done through a service known as HiS that was deployed together with Ericsson in 1999.
The original Streamyx broadband internet service was launched in April 2001 at speed of 384 kbit/s. In June 2007, TM Net launched its 4 Mbit/s service at selected locations. On 8 January 2013, TM Net launched its 8 Mbit/s service at selected locations, and extended the IPTV services HyppTV to Streamyx customers.
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