Projects, investments and funds committed towards accelerating Cyberjaya’s transformation into a Global Tech Hub, as city marks 20th Anniversary.
By 2050, some 64% of Asia will be urbanised – creating sustainability challenges on a huge scale Initiatives are continuously underway in Cyberjaya to qualify its buildings for the Green Building Index (GBI) Certification
Selection process for the second batch of accelerator programme will start soon Most startups don’t see light of day long enough to make a positive impact on society
Cyberview joins forces with Finnext Capital in latest accelerator programme with a focus on fintech startups.
DNA continues its weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy, from Digerati50 Vol 2. This week, it’s about Cyberview’s Faris Yahaya, who wants a smarter, not slicker, city.
Cyberview and Atilze Digital are partnering to build, operate and commercialise a city-wide LoRa network in Cyberjaya.
2015 was a watershed year in Malaysia for venture funding and recognition as an emerging startup hub, and there is that matter of Netflix launching soon in SEA, writes Karamjit Singh.
2015 was a year of progress for the Malaysian tech ecosystem, especially when it came to startups, but whether the good news outweighed the bad is debatable, according to the panellists at the first Digital News Asia (DNA) Disrupt monthly networking event of 2016.
DNA will start 2016 by looking back at this year and how the ecosystem in Malaysia fared, with a special Disrupt session on the ‘Highs and Lows of 2015.’
Beyond the fact that Malaysia’s national IoT roadmap projects to generate 14,270 high-skilled jobs by 2020, expects changing business models as well, writes Cyberview’s Faris Yahaya.