Cyberview

At Cyberview, we let results speak for themselves. As developers of a world-class tech hub, our ventures integrate sustainability with the community our clients are a part of. We build to last by putting the focus on more than just the present.

At Cyberview, we let results speak for themselves

As a developer of a world-class tech hub, we know our unique position allows our community to experience the best that technology can offer – for increased efficiency and environmental sustainability. We build to last by putting the focus on more than just the present.

With environmentally sustainable buildings and community-driven developments, Cyberview aims to create an impact on society and the ecosystem.

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DXC Building

Completed: August 2010
Land Area: 28.63 acres
Gross Floor Area: 599, 914 sq.ft.
Project value: RM260 million

Constructed via a Built, Manage and Transfer (“BMT”) arrangement with the government, this development was formerly occupied by Hewlett Packard (“HP”) as a hub of its IT Centre to host multiple core functions in one integrated location. It was the largest investment for this region by Hewlett Packard as a multinational technology company.

It is now home to DXC Technology, a world-leading independent end-to-end IT services company that aims to help customers harness the power of innovation to thrive on change.

The building consists of the following:

  • 6-storey with 1 Sub-basement
  • 2-storey Multipurpose Hall
  • 1-storey Cafeteria
  • 2 units Guard House

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 4,063 units
  • Office areas for Corporate and Finance Department
  • Cafeteria – 1,200 seating capacity
  • Training room – 360 pax
  • Multipurpose hall
    • Banquet seating – 1,000 pax
    • Badminton – 4 courts
    • Volleyball – 1 court
    • Basketball – 1 court
    • Futsal – 1 court
    • Gymnasium – 1 unit
    • Squash – 1 court
  • Open parking space – 1,860 units

Aerodyne Campus

Completed: April 2010
Land Area: 15.39 acres
Gross Floor Area: 53,368 sq. ft.
Project value: RM25 million

This space was first built to house a creative production outfit. It features good-sized sound stages for recordings, live broadcasts and TV productions as well as mixing rooms and other comprehensive post-production spaces.

It is currently occupied by Aerodyne, an International drone-tech solutions provider with offices in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the United Kingdom.

The building consists of the following:

  • 2 storey administration building
  • 2 studios with an area of 2,500 sq. ft. and 7,000 sq. ft.

Facilities include:

  • Cafeteria
  • Large loading/unloading bay
  • Makeup room
  • Wardrobe department space
  • Casting area
  • Changing rooms

AMD

Completed: April 2010
Land Area: 4607.25 m2 sq. ft.
Gross Floor Area: 80,199
Lot No.: P62
Project Value:

K-Workers Development Institute 2 (MaGIC)

Completed: 2010
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 114,292 sq. ft.
Project value: RM44 million

A continuation of Phase 1, KWDI Phase 2, is a purpose-built building that accommodates various training, exhibition, and recreational activities.

Home to Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC), the area is a lively space for the empowerment and development of creative innovation amongst Malaysia’s most vibrant young creators and entrepreneurs.

The building consists of the following:

  • Main lobby and reception area
  • Showcase gallery
  • Digital Resource Centre
  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium with 299 seats
  • 4-storey office designed for flexibility for rental to multiple tenants

Tech Mahindra

Completed: September 2009
Land Area: 14.83 acres
Gross Floor Area: 213,077 sq. ft.
Project value: RM151 million

The building was constructed via a Build, Manage and Transfer (“BMT”) arrangement with the government for Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (now known as Tech Mahindra), to be a purpose-built office building as one of its global business centres outside India.

The building consists of the following:

  • 9 storey Main IT building
  • 1 storey Auditorium
  • 2 storey Satyam Learning Centre
  • 2 ½ storey Cafeteria & Clubhouse
  • 1 storey Utility Building
  • 1 storey Refuse Chamber
  • 1 storey LPG Building
  • 1 storey Guard House

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 2,000 units
  • Data centre – 3,000 sq. ft.
  • Corporate office
  • Cafeteria and clubhouse – 610 seating capacity
  • Training Centre – 480 pax seating capacity
  • Auditorium – 260 pax seating capacity
  • Lecture rooms – 220 pax
  • Parking space – 729 units

K-Workers Development Institute 1 (Futurise Centre)

Completed: June 2009
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 211,562 sq. ft.
Project value: RM53 million

The K-Workers Development Institute (“KWDI”) building was built as a national initiative to enhance and develop manpower in ICT and knowledge-based economy. The building houses a centre for training, seminar and various educational and recreational endeavours targeted at working professionals and specific ICT training for postgraduates.

It is now home to Futurise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview that focuses on innovation, regulation and commercialisation of innovative solutions. Futurise has been mandated by the Malaysian Government through the National Development Council (“NPC/MPN”) to lead the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative to expedite regulatory intervention, deploy innovation and technology solutions and establish new innovation ecosystems.

The building consists of the following:

  • 3 – storey Learning Centre with sub-basement car park
  • 2 – storey Resource Centre
  • Auditorium
  • Café & Student Centre
  • 4 – storey enterprise building with sub-basement car park
  • Ancillary Buildings such as guardhouse and refuse centre

AMD

Completed: April 2010
Land Area: 4607.25 m2 sq. ft.
Gross Floor Area: 80,199
Lot No.: P62
Project Value:

K-Workers Development Institute 2 (MaGIC)

Completed: 2010
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 114,292 sq. ft.
Project value: RM44 million

A continuation of Phase 1, KWDI Phase 2, is a purpose-built building that accommodates various training, exhibition, and recreational activities.

Home to Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC), the area is a lively space for the empowerment and development of creative innovation amongst Malaysia’s most vibrant young creators and entrepreneurs.

The building consists of the following:

  • Main lobby and reception area
  • Showcase gallery
  • Digital Resource Centre
  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium with 299 seats
  • 4-storey office designed for flexibility for rental to multiple tenants

Tech Mahindra

Completed: September 2009
Land Area: 14.83 acres
Gross Floor Area: 213,077 sq. ft.
Project value: RM151 million

The building was constructed via a Build, Manage and Transfer (“BMT”) arrangement with the government for Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (now known as Tech Mahindra), to be a purpose-built office building as one of its global business centres outside India.

The building consists of the following:

  • 9 storey Main IT building
  • 1 storey Auditorium
  • 2 storey Satyam Learning Centre
  • 2 ½ storey Cafeteria & Clubhouse
  • 1 storey Utility Building
  • 1 storey Refuse Chamber
  • 1 storey LPG Building
  • 1 storey Guard House

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 2,000 units
  • Data centre – 3,000 sq. ft.
  • Corporate office
  • Cafeteria and clubhouse – 610 seating capacity
  • Training Centre – 480 pax seating capacity
  • Auditorium – 260 pax seating capacity
  • Lecture rooms – 220 pax
  • Parking space – 729 units

K-Workers Development Institute 1 (Futurise Centre)

Completed: June 2009
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 211,562 sq. ft.
Project value: RM53 million

The K-Workers Development Institute (“KWDI”) building was built as a national initiative to enhance and develop manpower in ICT and knowledge-based economy. The building houses a centre for training, seminar and various educational and recreational endeavours targeted at working professionals and specific ICT training for postgraduates.

It is now home to Futurise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview that focuses on innovation, regulation and commercialisation of innovative solutions. Futurise has been mandated by the Malaysian Government through the National Development Council (“NPC/MPN”) to lead the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative to expedite regulatory intervention, deploy innovation and technology solutions and establish new innovation ecosystems.

The building consists of the following:

  • 3 – storey Learning Centre with sub-basement car park
  • 2 – storey Resource Centre
  • Auditorium
  • Café & Student Centre
  • 4 – storey enterprise building with sub-basement car park
  • Ancillary Buildings such as guardhouse and refuse centre

DELL Global Business Centre

Completed: July 2007
Land Area: 15.80 acres
Gross Floor Area: 238,066 sq. ft.
Project value: RM96 million

Purpose-built for Dell, one of the oldest MNCs here in Cyberjaya, this building acts as one of its global business centres outside the US. The building consists of a 4 storey building with one level basement parking and one central utility building.

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 1,712 units
  • Data centre – 10,000 sq. ft.
  • Cafeteria – 700 seating capacity
  • Parking space – 1,399 units

Cyberview 7

Date completed: July 2006
Land Area: 0.987 acres
Gross Floor Area: 55,591 sq. ft.
Lot No.: P108
Project Value:

DXC Building

Completed: August 2010
Land Area: 28.63 acres
Gross Floor Area: 599, 914 sq.ft.
Project value: RM260 million

Constructed via a Built, Manage and Transfer (“BMT”) arrangement with the government, this development was formerly occupied by Hewlett Packard (“HP”) as a hub of its IT Centre to host multiple core functions in one integrated location. It was the largest investment for this region by Hewlett Packard as a multinational technology company.

It is now home to DXC Technology, a world-leading independent end-to-end IT services company that aims to help customers harness the power of innovation to thrive on change.

The building consists of the following:

  • 6-storey with 1 Sub-basement
  • 2-storey Multipurpose Hall
  • 1-storey Cafeteria
  • 2 units Guard House

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 4,063 units
  • Office areas for Corporate and Finance Department
  • Cafeteria – 1,200 seating capacity
  • Training room – 360 pax
  • Multipurpose hall
    • Banquet seating – 1,000 pax
    • Badminton – 4 courts
    • Volleyball – 1 court
    • Basketball – 1 court
    • Futsal – 1 court
    • Gymnasium – 1 unit
    • Squash – 1 court
  • Open parking space – 1,860 units

Aerodyne Campus

Completed: April 2010
Land Area: 15.39 acres
Gross Floor Area: 53,368 sq. ft.
Project value: RM25 million

This space was first built to house a creative production outfit. It features good-sized sound stages for recordings, live broadcasts and TV productions as well as mixing rooms and other comprehensive post-production spaces.

It is currently occupied by Aerodyne, an International drone-tech solutions provider with offices in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and the United Kingdom.

The building consists of the following:

  • 2 storey administration building
  • 2 studios with an area of 2,500 sq. ft. and 7,000 sq. ft.

Facilities include:

  • Cafeteria
  • Large loading/unloading bay
  • Makeup room
  • Wardrobe department space
  • Casting area
  • Changing rooms

AMD

Completed: April 2010
Land Area: 4607.25 m2 sq. ft.
Gross Floor Area: 80,199
Lot No.: P62
Project Value:

K-Workers Development Institute 2 (MaGIC)

Completed: 2010
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 114,292 sq. ft.
Project value: RM44 million

A continuation of Phase 1, KWDI Phase 2, is a purpose-built building that accommodates various training, exhibition, and recreational activities.

Home to Malaysian Global Innovation & Creativity Centre (MaGIC), the area is a lively space for the empowerment and development of creative innovation amongst Malaysia’s most vibrant young creators and entrepreneurs.

The building consists of the following:

  • Main lobby and reception area
  • Showcase gallery
  • Digital Resource Centre
  • Cafeteria
  • Auditorium with 299 seats
  • 4-storey office designed for flexibility for rental to multiple tenants

Tech Mahindra

Completed: September 2009
Land Area: 14.83 acres
Gross Floor Area: 213,077 sq. ft.
Project value: RM151 million

The building was constructed via a Build, Manage and Transfer (“BMT”) arrangement with the government for Satyam Computer Services Ltd. (now known as Tech Mahindra), to be a purpose-built office building as one of its global business centres outside India.

The building consists of the following:

  • 9 storey Main IT building
  • 1 storey Auditorium
  • 2 storey Satyam Learning Centre
  • 2 ½ storey Cafeteria & Clubhouse
  • 1 storey Utility Building
  • 1 storey Refuse Chamber
  • 1 storey LPG Building
  • 1 storey Guard House

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 2,000 units
  • Data centre – 3,000 sq. ft.
  • Corporate office
  • Cafeteria and clubhouse – 610 seating capacity
  • Training Centre – 480 pax seating capacity
  • Auditorium – 260 pax seating capacity
  • Lecture rooms – 220 pax
  • Parking space – 729 units

K-Workers Development Institute 1 (Futurise Centre)

Completed: June 2009
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 211,562 sq. ft.
Project value: RM53 million

The K-Workers Development Institute (“KWDI”) building was built as a national initiative to enhance and develop manpower in ICT and knowledge-based economy. The building houses a centre for training, seminar and various educational and recreational endeavours targeted at working professionals and specific ICT training for postgraduates.

It is now home to Futurise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview that focuses on innovation, regulation and commercialisation of innovative solutions. Futurise has been mandated by the Malaysian Government through the National Development Council (“NPC/MPN”) to lead the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative to expedite regulatory intervention, deploy innovation and technology solutions and establish new innovation ecosystems.

The building consists of the following:

  • 3 – storey Learning Centre with sub-basement car park
  • 2 – storey Resource Centre
  • Auditorium
  • Café & Student Centre
  • 4 – storey enterprise building with sub-basement car park
  • Ancillary Buildings such as guardhouse and refuse centre

K-Workers Development Institute 1 (Futurise Centre)

Completed: June 2009
Land Area: 10.00 acres
Gross Floor Area: 211,562 sq. ft.
Project value: RM53 million

The K-Workers Development Institute (“KWDI”) building was built as a national initiative to enhance and develop manpower in ICT and knowledge-based economy. The building houses a centre for training, seminar and various educational and recreational endeavours targeted at working professionals and specific ICT training for postgraduates.

It is now home to Futurise, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview that focuses on innovation, regulation and commercialisation of innovative solutions. Futurise has been mandated by the Malaysian Government through the National Development Council (“NPC/MPN”) to lead the National Regulatory Sandbox initiative to expedite regulatory intervention, deploy innovation and technology solutions and establish new innovation ecosystems.

The building consists of the following:

  • 3 – storey Learning Centre with sub-basement car park
  • 2 – storey Resource Centre
  • Auditorium
  • Café & Student Centre
  • 4 – storey enterprise building with sub-basement car park
  • Ancillary Buildings such as guardhouse and refuse centre

DELL Global Business Centre

Completed: July 2007
Land Area: 15.80 acres
Gross Floor Area: 238,066 sq. ft.
Project value: RM96 million

Purpose-built for Dell, one of the oldest MNCs here in Cyberjaya, this building acts as one of its global business centres outside the US. The building consists of a 4 storey building with one level basement parking and one central utility building.

Facilities include:

  • Workstations – 1,712 units
  • Data centre – 10,000 sq. ft.
  • Cafeteria – 700 seating capacity
  • Parking space – 1,399 units

Cyberview 7

Date completed: July 2006
Land Area: 0.987 acres
Gross Floor Area: 55,591 sq. ft.
Lot No.: P108
Project Value:

CoPlace 1

Completed: February 2005
Land area: 5.21 acres
Gross Floor Area: 179,643 sq. ft.
Project: RM42 million

CoPlace is more than just an office space. It is a place for inspired innovators to create a better future. It has cutting-edge facilities and limitless opportunities for collaboration—all at an affordable rate. Your launchpad for global success is right here in Cyberjaya.

CoPlace 3

Date completed: February 2005
Land Area: 7.97 acres
Gross Floor Area: 179,643 sq. ft.
Lot No.: PT 12068

Project Value:

CoPlace is more than just an office space. It is a place for inspired innovators to create a better future. It has cutting-edge facilities and limitless opportunities for collaboration—all at an affordable rate. Your launchpad for global success is right here in Cyberjaya.

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