National E&E Forum 2020: Tech centres, collaboration and an R&D-focused ecosystem is vital in creating global champions
In a panel discussion titled “Role of Technology Centres in Creating Global Champions”, experts discuss the importance of collaboration between multiple stakeholders, R&D incentives and the role of the state.
A key point highlighted at the Malaysian E&E Forum 2020 was the need for MIDA to mandate any new MNC manufacturing investment has to work with at least one SME for a period of one year.
Used lessons learned in China to help manage regional Covid-19 lockdown Development of US$345 mil Batu Kawan facility to continue as normal
A handful of Malaysian flavours that tantalise, promise and hopefully deliver.
Collaboration between industry and academia brings new technologies like blue LED to Malaysia.
Industry and government must do more to aggressively market their expertise and experience.
The once skeptical CEO works with industry captains to further enhance the E&E ecosystem of Malaysia.
Millions of jobs in the Asean (Association of South-East Asian Nations) bloc are at risk from automation and similar new technologies, according to a UN study.
UOB Malaysia said that the number of its overseas clients, especially those from the electronics and semiconductor industries, investing in Penang will increase by 30% over the next 12 months.
AMD said that it will be business as usual for the employees in its Penang manufacturing facility, even though it has sold an 85% stake to China’s NFME.