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.
Singapore scored gold in IDC Asia Pacific's the 2016 Smart City Asia Pacific Awards. The island state came up as the biggest winner in South-East Asia with three awards.
Much has been said about the great possibilities and potential good a smart city can bring to people, but not enough has been said about the security and trust needed for adoption.
KL-based creative agency Pixaworks Creative said that its JomHack Malaysia initiative is organising the ‘Smart Cities with LoRa’ 24-hour hackathon in Cyberjaya from Aug 5-7.
7 in 10 people believe that technology will be a catalyst in improving the quality of life, according to a survey by Microsoft Corp, which also found Singapore as the most admired city in Asia Pacific.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has extended its Future City initiative to Asia Pacific, it announced at World Cities Summit 2016 in Singapore.
Telekom Malaysia Bhd (TM), via Inneonusa – a tripartite joint venture between TM, UEM Sunrise Bhd and Iskandar Investment Bhd (IIB) – has launched its Integrated Operations Centre (IOC) in Iskandar Puteri in the southern state of Johor.