SMEs showcase Malaysian potential at CeBIT

April 16, 2010 |

(New Straits Times, Friday, 16 April 2010 – Business & Finance – Page, 3)

CYBERVIEW recently led a delegation of SMEs to the world’s foremost digital industry tradeshow. CeBIT, in Hannover, Germany, where the companies made their debut with a solid display of innovation nurtured in Cyberjaya.

The three SMEs that took part in the event were AKRiZ – an integrated solutions provider that incorporates, among others, aerospace, defence and communications; Rapid Matrix – involved in research, design and development of electromechanical products, electronics hardware and software development; and MotioFixo – an ideas and image branding creative company that develops creative multimedia and visual communication.

Aside from the three SMEs, Fabtronic Sdn Bhd, a Malaysian technology company and wholly-owned subsidiary of Cyberview further strengthened the cybercity’s presence at the show.

Fabtronic, an integrated circuit manufacturer, plays a -significant role as an outsourcing agent to Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD). The highlight of the Malaysian Pavilion was AKRiZ’s Flight Training Simulator (FTS).

Based on the CTRM Eagle 150B, this fully Malaysian-researched, designed, developed and commercialised flight simulator uses high-performance computers, multimedia peripherals and high-quality graphics software at a fraction of the cost elsewhere.

“Cyberview showcased the innovation and opportunities available in Cyberjaya, which would not only attract new companies and investors, but also create new collaborative opportunities for existing companies in Cyberjaya,” said its Senior Manager of Business, Corporate Communications & Planning Department, Md Nazri Tumin.

Cyberview’s Senior Manager of Business, Corporate Communications & Planning Department, Md Nazri Tumin and Norshahrizal Nordin, the COO of Rapid Matrix with a visitor to CeBIT 2010 getting acquainted with the Malaysian 150B flight simulator by AKRiZ.

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