Turning Cyberjaya into an ecosystem is critical, there is strength in proximity Anticipated to generate over US$60.36 bil to GDP, create more than 87,000 jobs
Home to over 140k innovators/creators forming the innovative grid powering nation Masterplan created with eye to ensure 3 tech clusters able to synergise with each other
Focusing on Digital Citizens and Cyber Wellbeing, and Digital Inclusion Research will allow MCMC to make decisions based on data, evidence
Malaysia has long had all the ingredients to be an ASEAN data centre hub but loses ouy on a key ingredient which is connectivity, which is very, very cheap in Singapore says Henrick Choo of NTT Ltd Malaysia.
Both parties will collaborate on talent development and talent enhancements initiatives with the goal of improving graduate marketability
107,000 square-feet data centre is designed to meet the requirements of hyperscalers and higher-end enterprises, coming right at the time of increased digitalisation in Malaysia due to Covid-19.
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.