|By PR Newswire||
|October 8, 2012 01:23 AM EDT||
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, Oct. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyberview Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian Government owned company and landowner of Cyberjaya will be leading a delegation of three small and medium enterprises (SMEs) at GITEX Technology Week 2012, scheduled to take place from 14 to 18 October, 2012 at Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Saeed Hall (International Zone - Stand No. S1-F50).
The focus of the mission is to explore commercial technology partnerships and offering potential business investment possibilities available at Cyberjaya, Malaysia's Silicon Valley and premier ICT hub and gateway to Asean's ICT, multimedia and services offerings.
Exhibiting under the Cyberjaya brand, the SMEs comprises:
* First Online - A customized Web Based Software Development, E-Commerce Shopping Cart & Payment Gateway Links, Hotel Online Booking System & In-House Management; Multi-level Marketing Software, Web Design, Web Hosting & Domain Registration.
* IX Telecom Sdn Bhd - A Global Virtual Network Operator (VNO), Managed Global Network Services, Network Consulting and Global ICT Outsourcing.
* NFE Consulting Sdn Bhd - ICT & Telecommunication Consultancy specialising in Broadband testing tool designed to measure network Quality of Services (QoS) on broadband and network performance, provide irrefutable result with accurate measurement, isolate and resolve network connectivity and QoS issues and verifies and validates end-to-end service and performance.
Building on their experience and expertise from developing and implementing ICT solutions, these Malaysian SMEs will showcase their latest innovative offerings to assist companies' power up their businesses.
Cyberview Sdn Bhd Managing Director, Ir. Hafidz Hashim, said: "Cyberview hopes to leverage this year's GITEX to further extend the reach of our Malaysian SMEs to forge partnerships with them and establish the presence of its SME tenants' offerings in the international market."
"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," said Ir. Hafidz Hashim.
This is the fourth year that Cyberview is participating in GITEX Technology Week.
"It underscores our commitment to help facilitate collaboration and exchanges between Malaysia and Middle East ICT businesses," said Ir. Hafidz Hashim.
He also noted that Cyberview's involvement in GITEX will allow it to showcase business and investment opportunities in its 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 under the SME Technopreneur Centre clusters and with the support of Malaysia's Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), provide these technological start-ups with global networking opportunities and business support.
Cyberview is currently home to more than 600 Malaysian and global technology companies including Hewlett Packard (HP), DELL, Fujitsu, AMD, DHL, HSBC, Shell, BMW, and Ericsson.
Into its 32nd year, the theme for this year's GITEX technology week is "Where Technology Means Business", which is underscored by the flux of ICT, services and creative content exports and offerings produced by Cyberjaya for the global market.
Cyberjaya is the core of Malaysia's Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC Malaysia), a gateway to Asia's booming ICT markets that offers the best of first-world knowledge and infrastructure at developing-nation costs. MSC Malaysia is a designated zone where technology entrepreneurs and global multinationals alike enjoy attractive tax breaks, access to world-class human capital, high-speed internet facilities and proximity to Malaysia's administrative and commerce centres.
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