Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hari ini merasmikan projek pembangunan beroreintasikan transit (ToD) dikenali sebagai Cyberjaya City Centre, dengan nilai pembangunan kasar (GDV) sebanyak RM5.3 bilion, bagi fasa pertama projek.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak today officiated the 57.06 hectare transit-oriented development (ToD) called Cyberjaya City Centre with a gross development value (GDV) of RM5.3 billion for the first phase of the project.
PROJEK pembangunan Pusat Bandar Cyberjaya (CCC) dengan nilai pembangunan kasar (GDV) RM11 bilion bakal melengkapkan lagi transformasi Cyberjaya sebagai hab teknologi global dan bandar pintar.
Pembangunan Cyberjaya City Centre (CCC) dengan nilai pembangunan kasar (GDV) sebanyak RM11 bilion bakal memperlengkapkan transformasi Cyberjaya sebagai hab teknologi global dan bandar pintar.
On August 23rd last year, Computerworld Malaysia reported tech hub enabler Cyberview's announcement, which said that Malaysia's Cyberjaya would be Southeast Asia's first LoRa powered smart city.
OVER the past several years, Cyberjaya has grown and developed into one of the most advanced and forward thinking townships in Malaysia. Previously known as a township that hosts a suite of tech multinational companies (MNCs), Cyberjaya is now increasingly known as a township that embraces innovation.
Cyberview and Atilze, a wholly owned subsidiary of Yen Global Berhad, are pleased to announce Cyberjaya as the first smart city in Southeast Asia to utilise a city-wide LoRa network to connect various Internet of Things (IoT) sensors.
SOMETHING is brewing at Cyberview’s collaborative workspace CoInnov8, a huge open space in the Cyberview building in Cyberjaya. Five young and aspiring Malaysian start-ups are working on financial technology (FinTech) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and applications that soon will help turn Cyberjaya into a complete smart city.
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