Intel Malaysia has officially opened the doors to its PG7 building, the Intel’s largest project out of the United States that incorporates its new Corporate Office Standard, a new plan for office design.
Intel executives held a press conference at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to outline a plan to accelerate new mobile device experiences across the company’s growing portfolio of smartphone, tablet and Ultrabook offerings.
MDeC has appointed Intel Malaysia technical advisor to the ‘Grow the Embedded Systems Industry’ Project (Embedded Project), one of eight projects identified for the first wave of the Digital Malaysia program.
Despite the country’s Budget 2013 meeting with general approval from industry players, one observer remained skeptical as to whether some of the measures proposed are necessary or indeed effective.
Faced by increasing competition by other low-cost economies, Malaysia can still remain competitive by focusing on the quality of its workforce -- and ensuring they have a good command of the English language, said Intel Malaysia executives.
Intel Corporation has rolled out a novel online experience for Facebook users -- Me The Musical, which it says creates a personalized animated movie that takes Facebook users on an entertaining journey, via song and dance, through world events.
Intel has launched Ultrabook City, an all-new retail experience, at Kuala Lumpur’s specialist IT mall Plaza Low Yat for Malaysian technology fans to explore its new category of devices.
The market for embedded systems is set to explode globally, and some Malaysian companies are ready to move in with the innovations they’re building around that space.
Fujitsu, as with many other original equipment manufacturers in the Windows world, is still discussing a response to Microsoft Corp’s surprise unveiling of its own Windows 8 tablets last week, as it launched its own 2012 Lifebooks in Malaysia.
Intel Malaysia has unveiled a new wave of Ultrabook systems powered by new 3rd generation Intel Core processors.