Technical Terms

Company No. 955915-M
DEFINITIONS (Conl’d)
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Technical References
3G
BTS Quality Assurance Quality Control Quality Management System Ringgit Malaysia and sen, respectively

Securities Commission
Singapore Dollar SIAE Microeletronica Sdn Bhd (81 0790-D) Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia SIRlM QAS International Sdn Bhd (410334-X) Service Level Agreement Small and Medium Enterprise Social Security Organisation Standard operating procedures Square feet Steadcom Sdn Bhd (893120-U) U Mobile Sdn Bhd (223969-U) The underwriting agreement dated 21 June 2012 made between the Company,
the Underwriter and Joint Underwriter for the underwriting of7,000,000 Public
Issue Shares
Syarikat Pembenaan Yeoh Tiong Lay Sdn Bhd (12479-V)
ZTE (Malaysia) Corporation Sdn Bhd (642514-X)

Third Generation; a mobile telecommunications’ standards that fulfil International Mobile Telecommunincations-2000 specifications defined by
International Telecommunication Union. 3G is commonly used by mobile devices to connect to the Internet or other Internet Protocol networks in order
to make voice and video calls, to download and upload data and browse
Internet content.
In comparison with the preceding Second Generation technology, JG has the

following enhancements: Several times higher data speed;
Faster audio and video streaming~ and Internet browsing at higher speeds.

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DEFINITIONS (Cont’d)
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DWDM
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HSDPA
!BC
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LTE
M&E
NGBB
PSTN
SDH
Telecommunications

operaLOrs
Technology providers
WiMAX Direct Exchange Line; a telephone line connecting the subscriber’s tenninal equipment to the PSTN and which has a dedicated port in the telephone

exchange equipment or better known as a private line
Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing; puts together multiple signals and sends them at the same time along a fibre, with transmissions taking place at different wavelengths. This turns a single fibre into the virtual equivalent of a handful of fibres
Gigahertz
Global System for Mobile
High Speed Broadband; broadband service of speed 10 Megabits per second and above
High-Speed Download Packet Access; a post-3G technology standard for

 

mobile phone data transmission
In-Building Coverage; cellular coverage inside buildings especially in high­
rise buildings, basement and elevator area
lnfonnation and Communication Technology
Long Tenn Evolution; a standard for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data tenninals
Mechanical and electrical engineering
Next Generation Broadband; broadband Internet service that is capable of providing a bandwidth of at least 10 Megabits per second
Public Switched Telephone Network; a network of the global public circuit¬≠switched telephone networks that function the same way as the Internet which is the network of the world’s public Internet Protocol-based paeket-switched
networks
Synchronous Digital Hierarchy; a standard multiplexing protocol that transfer multiple digital bit streams over optical fibre using lasers or light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
Authorised providers of telecommunications services, including telephony, data transfer and related services using various wired or wireless

infrastructure
Manufacturers of telecommunications products and components that are purchased and used by relecomrnunications operators in the course of their services provided to end users
Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access; a telecommunication protocol that provides fixed and mobile Internet access intended for wireless coverage over wide geographical areas
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