Cyberview plays host to SMEs in CeBIT 2010

March 23, 2010 |

(Malaysian Reserve, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 – Technology – Page, 32 )

CYBERVIEW Sdn Bhd, the landowner of Cyberjaya, led a delegation of small medium enterprises (SMEs) from Malaysia who made their debut at CeBit 2010 to display innovation nurtured in Cyberjaya. The Cyberview booth was located at the Malaysian Pavilion and featured a Malaysian- built Eagle 150 Flight Training Simulator.

Its senior manager of business development and planning Md Nazri Tumin said that the company is mandated to spearhead the development of the premier cybercity, provide end to end conducive and business friendly ecosystems for businesses and to facilitate both local and international investments to grow.

Md Nazri Tumin and Norshahrizal Nordin COO of Rapid Matrix with the CTRM Eagle 150B flight simulator by AKRiZ

He said the event provided SMEs an opportunity go one step further at the international level. Among the players involved were AKRiZ, an integrated solutions provider across all industries, incorporating, among others, aerospace, defence and communications.

Other SMEs were Rapid Matrix, an innovative company doing research, design and development of electromechanical products, electronics hardware and software development and MotioFixo, an idea and image branding creative company that develops creative multimedia and visual communication.
Besides the three SMEs, he said that Fabtronic Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian technology company and whollyowned subsidiary of Cyberview, further strengthened the Cybercity’s presence at CeBIT.

Fabtronic plays a significant role as an outsourcing agent to Advanced Micro Devices, Inc (AMD), manufacturing integrated circuits related to the semiconductor industry.

Md Nazri said the highlight of the Malaysian Pavilion was AKRiZ’s flight training simulator (FTS). Based on the CTRM Eagle 150B, the fully Malaysian-researched, designed, developed and commercialised flight simulator involves the use of high-performance computers, multimedia peripherals and high-quality graphics software to create a simulation that covers a reallife flight training experience under any weather and airport landing conditions.

He said AKRiZ is currently working together with simulator developers and Malaysian engineers to design various types of simulators for the requirement of the aeronautical, marine and shipping industries.

Fabtronic business development manager Azlan Kamil Mohd Ghazali giving a Product demonstration on ldola Tablet PC

Cyberjaya projects itself as the preferred address for ICT, multimedia and innovation companies. The city is strategically located at the centre of the Klang Valley, just 20 minutes from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

It boasts the latest IT infrastructure planned for growth featuring state-of-the-art commercial, residential, business and institutional developments.
Over 500 companies have chosen Cyberjaya as their preferred business, outsourcing and solutions location – even globally recognised names like DHL, HSBC, DELL, Shell, BMW, AMD and Ericsson.

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