NEC Malaysia brings its telco and communications expertise together in a cloud and virtualized platform, targeting 5G market.
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
Singapore’s Smart Nation programme is the world’s first nationwide initiative to integrate tech-driven solutions into every aspect of a Singaporean’s life.
As more people move to cloud, the data centre industry is not expected to grow that strongly anymore. In the first of a two-part series Sharmila Ganapathy-Wallace considers the realities of the Malaysian dream of becoming a regional data centre hub.
From a liveability standpoint, retail is crucial to any thriving downtown core Movement of humans and vehicles can be analysed to help cities become more liveable
While Malaysia’s developments in physical and digital infrastructure are a national priority, improvements in “soft” infrastructure remain an elusive concept that could undermine the country’s aspirations to achieve developed nation status.
Believes it has a 3-4 year window to catch up to larger rivals Malaysia strategy will largely be focused on cloud solutions, smart city, Pre-5G, and others.
Property developer the Aspen Group is about to introduce an innovative services-based business model for its US$2.5bil smart city, writes Karamjit Singh.
Cyberview and Atilze Digital are partnering to build, operate and commercialise a city-wide LoRa network in Cyberjaya.