Tanjung Ratna Sdn Bhd has appointed Maxis, the country’s leading converged solutions provider, as its fibre connectivity partner for its upcoming Admiral Residences development. Admiral Residences is a luxury yet affordable residential condominium with 3R/2B from RM 347,000 or only RM 324 psf and offers over 40 modern facilities and services.
Located in Kota Laksamana Melaka City, the condominium will provide tenants built-in connectivity ready to use as soon as they move in.
For the next five years, the residents of Admiral Residences will enjoy free Maxis’ dedicated 1.5Gbps internet line managed connectivity. The development is set to be the first condominium in the nation to offer such value added privilege to home buyers.
“This initiative by Tanjung Ratna is also in line with the objective of K-KOMM, for Malaysians to be provided with comprehensive and inclusive communication infrastructure, as well as digital economy through the empowerment of information and communication in the country,” says Mr Allan, Chief Operating Officer of Tanjung Ratna Sdn Bhd.
Kevin Lee, Head of SME Segment, Maxis says high-speed fibre broadband has become more prevalent as consumers become more dependent on connectivity for their increasingly digital lifestyles. “We are committed to serving Malaysians through our All-Ways Connected Network,” he says.
Admiral Residences is the first and only residential condominium developed on 12 acres of residential land. Located only 2km from Melaka city centre, the development consists of 4 blocks of 26 to 27-storey high-rise apartments with 4-levels of carparks bound to accommodate 1,440 housing units.
Tanjung Ratna is set to install solar panels on the rooftops of all 4 blocks of Admiral Residences which potentially reduces electricity consumption of approximately RM400,000/year. Thus, lowering the monthly maintenance charges of Admiral owners.
Most recently, the developer has signed an agreement with Korean lift manufacturer, Hyundai Elevator to provide ‘drive regenerative’ lifts, with automatic modes to be more energy efficient and friendly for senior citizens and disabled tenants.