Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) and Nusajaya Tech Park Sendirian Berhad (NTPSB) have collaborated on developing a technology park in Iskandar Malaysia, Johor. The three-part agreement covers a range of services including connectivity, data centres as well as cloud services. Not only that, smart services will also be readily available to all business owners in the park, covering both safety and security aspects.
The eco-friendly Nusajaya Tech Park will be as large as 210 hectares, and its development will be collaboratively managed by provider of business space solutions – Ascendas, and UEM Land Berhad (UEM Land) which is wholly owned by UEM Sunrise Berhad.
The development of the technology park will be built in several phases, spanning over the course of nine years. ‘Ready-built facilities’ for the tech park are already being developed and they are to be completed by the end of 2015. Once the park is fully built and primed, it is expected to host over 200 local and international businesses.
Part of the agreement also states that TM will be the preferred internet service provider for the tech park’s ICT infrastructure and services. This will make the Nusajaya Tech Park ready for High-Speed Broadband right from the get-go, as businesses can enjoy data connectivity and services as soon as they move in and start operations.
This is Nusajaya Malaysia’s latest movement in realising the company’s aspiration of building a Smart City in Malaysia.’For more information, readers can visit the official website here.
[Source: New Straits Times]