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Beneficiary From National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan ( NFCP ) : GPACKET, NETX, OCK, OPCOM, REDTONE

Malaysia’s Finance Minister, Lim Guan Eng, had shared that the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) will require an investment of RM21.6 billion between 2019 to 2023. The NFCP is an initiative led by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia to improve broadband quality and coverage, reduce broadband price, enable internet access for all and to expand fibre networks.
According to the Finance Minister, a large portion of the investment will be funded by MCMC’s Universal Service Provision (USP) fund. He added that the plan will further improve internet speed in Malaysia and to make our economy ready for the implementation of 5G.
He also mentioned that to support the digitalisation of the economy and wider adoption of Industry 4.0 technology, the government will be preparing to spend RM4.2 billion to provide high-speed fibre optic connectivity to schools and selected industrial zones.

The NFCP aims to achieve an average speed of 30Mbps in 98% of populated areas by 2023 and 100% availability of 500Mbps connectivity for premises in State Capital and selected high impact areas by 2021. It also targets 20% availability for premises in sub-urban and rural areas to get faster speeds up to 500Mbps by 2022. During the Budget 2019 announcement, the Government had allocated RM1 billion for the NFCP.

Everything you need to know about the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan
Earlier this year, the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) was proposed by the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia, with the Cabinet approving the plan to improve nationwide connectivity. And it won’t come cheap, with Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng revealing  that the NFCP will require an investment of RM21.6 billion over 5 years (2019-2023). Between RM10 billion to RM11 billion will be provisioned from the Universal Service Provision (USP) Fund, and the rest will be funded commercially.
The 5-year plan is being launched today by Deputy Prime Minister YAB Dato’ Seri Dr. Wan Azizah Dr. Wan Ismail. So what does the implementation of the plan mean to Malaysian users? Here’s a breakdown of what you need to know.
What is the NFCP?

The NFCP is the Malaysian Government’s strategic effort to improve the country’s economic competitiveness through connectivity, while preparing the nation for the Industrial Revolution 4.0. Essentially, the NFCP seeks to “bridge the digital divide” between the rural and urban areas in Malaysia—aiming to provide more equal opportunities for citizens.

Communications and Multimedia Minister, Gobind Singh, explained that the NFCP focuses on fibre networks to enable greater digital connectivity. That said, alternative technologies such as wireless networks and satellite technology will be deployed whenever conducive.

There are 7 main targets when it comes to the NFCP.
  • To have an entry-level fixed broadband package at 1% of the Gross National Income (GNI) by 2020.
  • To have Gigabits (Gbps) availability in selected industrial areas by 2020, and all state capitals by 2023.
  • 100% availability for premises in state capitals and selected high impact areas—with a minimum speed of 500Mbps.
  • 20% availability for premises in sub-urban and rural areas with up to 500Mbps by 2022.
  • For fibre networks to cover 70% of schools, hospitals, libraries, police stations, and post offices by 2022.
  • Average speeds of 30Mbps in 98% of populated areas by 2023.
  • To improve mobile coverage along the Pan Borneo Highway (upon completion).
Interestingly, MCMC Chairman Al-Ishsal Ishak said that the plan will also create 20,000 jobs, with opportunities spread across the construction, operation, and maintenance of the digital infrastructure. This, of course, comes with the continued development of the digital economy in Malaysia.

The NFCP also focuses on implementing policies and projects: policies that will improve the speed, and reduce the costs of infrastructure deployment at state level, and projects that will deploy more fibre optic networks, mobile communications transmitters, submarine cables, and satellite services.
According to the MCMC, the digital economy as a whole is expected to contribute up to 20% of Malaysia’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2020, which would be an increase of 1.7% from 2017.

Involved Telco Network Infrastructure Company

Green Packet Bhd is engaged in the business of investment holding, research and development, marketing and distribution of wireless networking and telecommunication products, networking solutions, communication services, and other high technology products and services. The business of the company operates in various segments that include Solution, Broadband Services, Communication Services, and Elimination. The Solution and Broadband service generate maximum revenue for the company. Geographically the company exports its services to the United States of America, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bahrain, and Singapore.

Netx Holdings Bhd is principally involved in the investment holding, research and development of software, system design, integration and installation and provision of information technology services. The core business segments of the company comprise of the followings: Electronic Payment Services and Payment Services segment. Electronic Payment Services segment is involved in the terminal and other related services. Non-electronic Payment Services segment is involved in the provision of turnkey solutions on the network infrastructure, security management, research and development of software, system design, integration and installation and provision of IT services. The company operates principally in Malaysia.

OCK Group Bhd provides telecommunications network services. The company is engaged in the provision of telecommunication services equipped with the ability to provide full turnkey services. It provides comprehensive services to all six segments of the telecommunication network services market: network planning, design and optimization, network deployment, network operations and maintenance, energy management, infrastructure management, and other professional services. The company also trades in telecommunication hardware and installation of materials such as antennas, feeder cables, and connectors.

Opcom Holdings Bhd is a Malaysian based investment holding company engaged in the manufacturing of fiber optic cables and cable-related products. The business activity of the group is functioned through Manufacturing, Trading and Engineering Services, and Other Operations segments. All the operations are functioned through Malaysia and it derives the majority of revenue from Manufacturing segment which includes fiber optic cables, systems, accessories and thixotropic gel. The company also provides management related services. In addition, the firm is also involved in trading of cable filing, flooding compounds and industrial products, and provision of engineering services.

REDtone International Bhd is a digital infrastructure and services provider that offers services under three categories that are Telecommunications Services which offers data and voice services to government, enterprises, and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), Managed Telecommunications Network Services (MTNS) which includes building, maintaining and operating large scale WiFi hotspots, radio access network (RAN) infrastructure and fibre optic infrastructure, and Industry Digital Services (IDS) which includes data centre services, internet of things (IoT) services, cloud services and applications, and healthcare solutions to enterprises, government and the healthcare industry. The company’s Telecom services generate maximum revenue for the company.

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马来西亚通信和多媒体委员会(MCMC)宣布,将在2020年1月上旬通过招标过程选定的成功执照持有人中授予NFCP1。NFCP1将覆盖153个地点,其中包括94个mukim。 柔佛州,吉打州,吉兰丹州,森美兰州,彭亨州,霹雳州,登嘉楼州和沙巴州等8个州。

MCMC已于2019年11月15日发布了针对NFCP 2的提案请求(RFP)。第二阶段涉及10个州的210个mukim,包括柔佛,吉打,吉兰丹,马六甲,森美兰州,彭亨,霹雳州,登嘉楼, 沙巴和砂拉越。 有兴趣的被许可人必须在2020年3月31日之前提交投标书。

要求NFCP 1和NFCP 2下的选定许可方安装网络设施并使用3G和4G部署网络服务,以提供30Mbps的平均速度。 这是NFCP倡议下的7个主要目标之一。 NFCP 1和NFCP 2都将通过通用服务条款(USP)基金提供资金。 该基金是为弥合数字鸿沟而创建的,为马来西亚的许可电信公司做出了巨大贡献。

以下是各州在NFCP 1和NFCP 2下的位置数量的细分:
柔佛– 40
吉打州– 34
吉兰丹– 52
马六甲– 4
森美兰– 21
彭亨州– 73
霹雳州– 32
沙巴– 165
砂拉越– 185
登嘉楼– 47


通讯和多媒体部长Gobind Singh称赞州政府和地方当局通过在州一级加快相关批准程序的同时促进了NFCP相关计划的实施,同时降低了所需费用。这位部长表示,业界参与者首次同意合作寻找最佳解决方案以共享其基础设施,这将有助于以经济高效的方式快速实现NFCP目标。

MCMC has also set up an NFCP Operations Room that displays relevant metrics and dashboards that are focused on NFCP targets, quality of experience, quality of service and for project monitoring purposes. MCMC Chairman, Al-Ishsal Ishak had previously shared that the NFCP will create an estimated 20,000 jobs with opportunities in construction, operation and maintenance of the new infrastructure.

NFCP对于缩小数字鸿沟至关重要,因为它加快了服务不足地区的电信基础设施的改善。 居住在偏远城镇的马来西亚人通常被忽略,因为运营商在低密度地区扩展其网络是不可行的。 根据Opensignal的最新报告,人口稀少的地区每平方公里10人以下,而人口稀少的地区每平方公里300人以上,这些地区的4G覆盖率差距为40%。

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