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Published by Afterschool.my on Oct 06, 2017, 09:33 am
The recent announcement of blazing internet speeds of up to 100gbs being made possible at Malaysian universities has got students weak at the knees. With the Malaysian Research & Education Network (MYREN-X) project in full swing, we thought it would be intriguing to explore just which universities are getting the MYREN-X treatment, and what treatment will exactly entail.
Image of Universiti Teknologi Petronas (UTP), one of the 4 private universities who are members of MYREN-X
So which universities are the lucky ones who’ll be receiving this buffer-busting internet connection? A total of 20 (all) Public Universities (IPTAs) along with 4 Private Universities (IPTS) will be receiving this monumental shift in spee and the full list can be found below:
MYREN-X will also be rolled out in 31 polytechnics, 85 community colleges, seven departments and agencies, and three teaching hospitals.
For a full list of Community Colleges, click here.
So, what are you lot looking forward to utilising the download speeds for the most? With more universities soon to be added to the list. Want your university to have a 100Gbps internet speed as well? Convince your faculty and apply for MYREN-X membership by clicking here.