Gabriel Walter has been building QEOS, driven by his desire to prove that the country can create a high tech champion.
The entrepreneur panel session at What’s Next saw three technology founders share some key advice. Karamjit Singh has the highlights.
Malaysia is not lacking in creativity and innovation, but what is lacking is perhaps execution, according to panellists at a discussion organised by Agensi Inovasi Malaysia and Digital News Asia (DNA) in Kuala Lumpur on Oct 6.
Lamenting the startup ecosystem’s lackadaisical attitude to high-tech plays, DNA founder Karamjit Singh believes that QEOS has done the right thing in uniting with an old-economy player.
An interesting joint venture between QEOS, a high-tech company with Silicon Valley engineering, and Mepcon, an old-economy M&E player, has Karamjit Singh wondering if a new path is being forged in how high-tech companies in South-East Asia can unlock their value.
In this week’s Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, Karamjit Singh is really struck by how an entrepreneur with no domain expertise was able to raise almost US$200 million for his startup while another, who started around the same time and has deep technical expertise and almost 100 patents, has raised around US$10 million.
QEOS has announced the QW6032-LR, part of its QWave product family, a wireless product co-designed with high performance antennas for outdoor applications.
Canada's Icron Technologies Corporation and Malaysia’s Quantum Electro Opto Systems Sdn Bhd (QEOS) have announced what they say was the industry’s first successful implementation of an indoor-optimised 60GHz wireless USB 2.0 link with QEOS’ new 60GHz single-chip transceiver.
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]
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