Malaysia targets investors

Cyberjaya, as ICT hub, will highlight investment opportunities in the country and ASEAN region

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Malaysia targets investors Hafidz Hashim wants to highlight investment opportunities in Malaysia.
By Staff Writer Published  September 30, 2012

Cyberjaya, Malaysia’s Silicon Valley and premier ICT hub, will highlight investment opportunities in the country and ASEAN region at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK 2012. Cyberview, Cyberjaya’s landowner and entity responsible for spearheading development in Cyberjaya, will lead a delegation of three small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at GITEX 2012, with a solid display of business and commercial solutions produced in Malaysia.

First Online is a specialist in customised, web-based software development, payment gateway solutions, online hotel booking systems, marketing software, hosting and domain registration.

IX Telecom is a global virtual network operator, managed global network services provider and ICT outsourcing company.

NFE Consulting is a consultancy specialising in broadband testing tools designed to measure network quality of service (QoS) and validate end to end service and performance.

“Being the preferred address for ICT, multimedia and innovation companies in Malaysia and Malaysia’s first Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) international cybercity, Cyberjaya seeks to become the regional growth engine for global innovation, multimedia development, creative content generation, and shared services outsourcing,” says Hafidz Hashim, managing director of Cyberview.

“Our involvement in GITEX will allow us to showcase business and investment opportunities in our growing ecosystem, supporting services and infrastructure, and we look forward to welcoming more companies into Cyberjaya to set up operations or collaborate with existing companies.”

In Cyberjaya, technology-centric SMEs are nurtured in SME Technopreneur Centre clusters and with the support of Malaysia’s Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC). Cyberview is currently home to more than 600 Malaysian and global technology companies including HP, Dell, Fujitsu, Motorola, AMD and Ericsson.

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