Allo Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Allo), formerly known as Setia Haruman Technology Sdn Bhd, is an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) service provider based in Cyberjaya, Malaysia.

The Smarter Connection

The company was formed to facilitate the development of smart cities through reliable ICT infrastructure and to this end provides infostructure facilities, broadband internet, and a range of other ICT services including system integration, networking, and consultancy.

The ICT Enabler for Future Smart Cities

Since its inception, Allo has played a pivotal role in providing world-class internet connectivity and other ICT services to Cyberjaya’s master developer to elevate the city’s status to the nation’s first MSC Malaysia Cybercity and ICT hub.

Allo’s core competencies firmly position it as the nation’s smart city-enabler :

What We Do

Building the ICT infrastructure to enable any technology and connectivity services

What We Do

Who We Help?

Providing open access telecommunication network services

Who We Help?

Why Choose Us

Strong technical expertise to digitise business operations and residential services

Why Choose Us

Bringing World-Class Connectivity to the Entire Nation

Allo is a licensed Network Facilities Provider (NFP), Network Services Provider (NSP), and Application Services Provider (ASP) by Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (“MCMC”) with nationwide licensed service coverage area.

From 2009, Allo expanded its broadband Internet access services beyond Cyberjaya to Bangsar South City, Kuala Lumpur.

More recently, after being acquired by Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), Allo will enable the nation’s premier electric utility company to provide Smart Homes, Smart Building, Smart Industry, Smart City and Digital LED Screens services.

In line with the Government of Malaysia’s National Broadband Initiative (NBI) to bring broadband connectivity to the whole nation, Allo is extending its broadband Internet services to other parts of the country. TNB has also appointed Allo to implement the National Fiberisation and Connectivity Plan (NFCP) Pilot at Jasin, Melaka.