With incentives from Cyberview, Malaysian data centre provider to build two new data centres at the tech hub, set to begin early 2021.
Solid infrastructures, strategic placements and an abundance of greens makes Cyberjaya more than just a hub for technology companies. The growing city has great plans for the future – one that companies of any make can take advantage of.
In their recent webinar, Cyberview and their partners share on how the Cyberjaya New Masterplan can help drive the growth of the city into a global tech hub.
ENGIE, which has partnered with Cyberview to provide round-the-clock chilled water for air-conditioning to 51 buildings in Cyberjaya, has now shifted to a new, larger office to facilitate its expansion.
Spent 28 years in civil service, served in various ministries and capacities, including Finance Cyberview to harness new mandate to spearhead development in Cyberjaya
Cyberview unveils a new masterplan to stake Cyberjaya’s claim as Southeast Asia’s and Malaysia’s premier tech hub
The masterplan, which revolves around three new technology clusters, will see the city being more attractive and supportive of innovations from both local and international players.
Cyberview debuts monthly webinar series in conjunction with 23rd anniversary New technologies encouraged to be developed, tested in line with smart city roadmap
AIMS @ Cyberjaya will be serving as the company’s flagship facility, and is interlinked with AIMS’ data centers in major cities across SEA.
The 28 April virtual Demo Day by Cyberview Living Lab Accelerator is part of Cyberview’s agenda to champion Cyberjaya as a Global Tech Hub.
PayNet and Cyberview collaborate to further expand Cyberjaya’s cashless ecosystem with the DuitNow QR code system.