Green Packet

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Green Packet Berhad
Publicly traded company
Traded as MYX: 0082
Industry Telecommunications
Founded 2000
Headquarters Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Key people
Omar Abdul Rahman, Chairman
Puan Chan Cheong, CEO
Products Mobile data offloading, 4G devices, Wimax devices
Number of employees
800 (Worldwide)

Green Packet Berhad (MYX: 0082) is a company headquartered in Malaysia, which provides carrier grade Mobile data offloading solutions, and 4G devices that supports LTE, WiMAX and Wi-Fi technologies.

Green Packet have regional offices in United States, Middle East, Oceania, China and Taiwan.[1]

Products and Services[edit]

Green Packet is a global supplier of 4G Wimax devices[2] and Mobile data offloading[3] solutions for telecommunication operators.


In August 2008, Green Packet started up Packet One Networks,[4] the first Wimax service provider in Malaysia.

Media and Achievements/Awards[edit]

Green Packet achievements:

  • Green Packet Launches Dualmode Wimax+LTE Modem - June 2012[5]
  • Green Packet & China Mobile Partnership 2012[6]
  • World Vendors Award – Shortlisted Candidate 2012[7]
  • 4GWE Product of the Year Award 2010 - 3 Awards for 3 different products[8]
  • Sequans in partnership with Green Packet on LTE Solutions[9]
  • Stoke and Greenpacket Enable Seamless Offload Across 3G and Wi-Fi Networks[10]
  • Intel Capital Makes RM 50 Million Investment In Malaysia’s Green Packet To Advance WiMAX 2008[11]
  • Excellent Product German Design Award 2011[12]
  • WiMAX Distinction Award Winners 2009 [13]
  • Winner of Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Asia Pacific 2007[14]
  • Saudi Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO) to set up Green Packet Networks W.L.L., operating out of Bahrain[15]
  • Wimax Forum Board Member[16]


Green Packet started off in Cupertino, California, and later moved to Malaysia. In 2005, it was listed on the Malaysia Board of Exchange. Green Packet has grown rapidly, with our systems and solutions deployed in more than 60 countries by companies such as PCCW, Time Warner Cable and Qtel.

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