Malaysia’s national research and development agency Mimos has launched the Big Data Analytics (BDA) Digital Government Lab, part of the wider Digital Government Innovation Network announced in January.
Research firm IDC expects Chinese and Taiwanese-branded devices to increase their share of the smartphone market in Malaysia to 65% by the end of this year, from about 46% last year, thanks in part to their lower prices and inventive marketing campaigns.
Frost & Sullivan’s Manoj Menon kicks off a new series that will explore the top 50 disruptive technologies identified by the firm in its Tech Vision analysis, beginning with a look at how sensor fusion, unmanned aerial vehicles, predictive data and context aware computing can be applied prior to or in the aftermath of floods to prevent or mitigate damage and devastation.
MDeC has launched the National Big Data Analytics (BDA) Innovation Network, a move it describes as a “small, but a very significant first step” towards transforming Malaysia into a South-East Asian big data analytics hub.
Digital News Asia (DNA) continues a weekly series that profiles the top 50 influencers, movers and shakers who are helping shape Malaysia’s Digital Economy. These articles are from Digerati50, a special print publication released in January 2014. For information on customised reprints of Digerati50, email [email protected]
National R&D centre Mimos Bhd has launched Malaysia’s first national Internet of Things (IoT) Technical Working Group workshop to kickstart the development of the ‘National IoT Blueprint,’ which would be presented to the Government by October.
Intellectual property (IP) is still relevant in today’s digital era, and is something everyone should consider: These were among key messages highlighted at a roundtable discussion organised by Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM) and Digital News Asia (DNA) on March 7.
Join the discussion this Friday, March 7, at 9.30am at the Sime Darby Convention Centre in KL when DNA founder Karamjit Singh will moderate a panel discussion on whether intellectual property is still relevant in the digital age.
In a bid to spur the development of software-defined network in Malaysia, government R&D agency Mimos has signed an agreement with HP Malaysia, which the two organisations claim would give an avenue to local software developers wishing to branch out into the nascent technology.
Five Malaysian companies have received support through the Technology Acceleration Programme (TAP), an initiative driven by a tripartite partnership between Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), Mimos Bhd and NVIDIA Corporation.