MSM Malaysia sets course for network infrastructure upgrade

Innovating and transforming its business to maintain that competitive edge.

Malyasia-owned sugar producer MSM Malaysia Holdings’ (MSM) has embarked on steps to bring its vision for greater agility, control, scalability and visibility in how it connects its organisations.

The company will engage Maxi Communications to design, supply, commission and manage their nationwide network infrastructure.

Leveraging the Maxis Programmable Network (MPN), the telco will be provid a diverse-route and secure managed Internet connectivity to all MSM sugar refinery plants and offices across the country in Klang Valley, Penang, and Johor.

With MPN, a next generation enterprise grade network, Maxis can deliver the needs of MSM for their fixed voice and data requirements. With Maxis’ superior network connectivity and coverage, MSM’s will be able to meet its high demands of video conferencing, live security monitoring, and office productivity suite in five of their refinery plants and offices across the country.

Malaysia’s leading refined sugar producers is constantly innovating and transforming its business to maintain that competitive edge, said Syed Feizal Syed Mohamma group chief executive officer at MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad.

“We understand the value in digitalisation to create a high-performance and efficient organisation. Maxis superior network will provide us the backbone to be more agile and scalable,” he said.

With Maxis’ managed services, MSM will also have round-the-clock monitoring of its network to ensure minimal downtime as well as high-level of security against any potential breaches.





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