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IT Geographies Overview


There are 5 cybercities within the MSC. These cybercities are audited annually to comply with a set of minimum standards and criteria that differentiates them from any other location. The MDC administers the minimum standards to ensure that MSC cybercities are always adopting the latest in intelligent cities standards.

Cyberjaya


As the focal point of the MSC, Cyberjaya is being developed as a self-contained intelligent city. Cyberjaya offers ideal business and living conditions. The primary development is focused on the area known as the Flagship Zone and comprises of three main zone areas:

• Enterprise Zone
• Commercial Zone
• Residential Zone

The other Flagship Zones are designated for public facilities, green areas, and zone for recreational purposes. By 2011, it will be a city supporting a working population of approximately 50,000 and a living population of over 120,000.

Integral to Cyberjaya is the City Command Center (CCC) which acts as a Central Monitoring Hub to monitor, manage and implement key services. It also provides the seamless integration of systems and services such as Advanced Traffic Management, Integrated Utilities Management, Interactive Community Services and more.[1]

Cybercity

Cyberjaya Flagship Zone (CFZ)

Area

2,890 ha (7,000 acres)

Management Corporation/ Master Developer

Setia Haruman Sdn. Bhd.,
7th Floor, Tower 1, Faber Towers, Jalan Desa Bahagia, Off Jalan Kelang Lama, 58100 Kuala Lumpur.

Year In Operation

1998

Development Theme

Model intelligent city emphasizing on harmony with nature and an eco-friendly environment

Current Features


• Nucleus of the MSC and core cluster area for the MSC-Status    companies.
• Self-contained intelligent city, offering and ideal business and    living environment for all.
• Enterprise complex:
  - Century Square (535, 900 sf NLA)
  - Enterprise 1, 2& 3 (282,000 sf NLA)
• Incubation Centre:
  - MSC Central Incubator (68,900 sf NLA)
• Data Centre:
  - Telekom Malaysia’s MyLoca
  - NTT MSC IDC
• Resort Hotel:
  - Cyberview Lodge, Resort & Spa (74 rooms)
• Commercial:
  - Street Mall (1 Supermarket, 6 food & beverages outlets, 12      retail shops)
  - Century Square Block 4
• Higher Learning Institution:
  - Multimedia University
• Residential:
  - Cyberview Gardens (60 units), completed
  - D Melor Condominium (120 units) completed
  - Cyberia Apartments (440 units) completed,
    (additional 476 units) – by March 2003*
  - Cyber Heights Villa (302 units), by June 2002*,
    (additional 272 units) – by December 2003*
  - The Promenade (375 units) – by December 2003*
  - D’Cassia (176 units) – by December 2004*

Special Recognitions

Street Mall

 • “National Landscape Award” from the National Landscape     Department, Ministry of Housing and Local Government
 •  “State Landscape Award 2001” from the Selangor     Department of Town and Country Planning

Website

www.cyberjaya-msc.com

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 Technology Park Malaysia


Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) is developed to propel Malaysia into the knowledge-based economy and is one of the most advanced and comprehensive centers for research and development activities in the region[2].

Cybercity

Technology Park Malaysia (Phase 1 only)

Area

92.7 ha (230 acres)

Management Corporation /Master Developer

Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn. Bhd.,
Lebuhraya Puchong-Sg.Besi,
Bukit Jalil, 57000 Kuala Lumpur

Year in operation

1996

Development Theme

A symbiosis between nature and the built environment

Current features

•  Strategically located at the heart of the MSC, TPM provides    first- class environment, which caters to needs of knowledge
• Enterprise Building (561,900 sf NLA)
• Incubator Building ( 113, 900 sf NLA)
• Innovation House (8, 600 sf NLA)
• Data Centre:
  - TPMNet Sdn. Bhd.
  - Mimos Bhd.
  - Cordoda Corporation Sdn. Bhd.
• R&D Land Lots
• Supporting facilities and amenities include a fully equipped   gymnasium, sauna, court game facilities, food outlets,   convenience shops, financial institution, kindergarten and clinic
• First-class hotels, sports complex, golf courses, shopping,   commercial and residential areas are all in close proximity

Special Recognitions

“Best Landscaping Award for Private and Business Complex Category” from Ministry of Housing & Local Government in years 1998, 1999 and 2000

Website

www.tpm.com.my

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UPM-MTDC


UPM-MTDC (Universiti Putra Malaysia – Malaysia Technology Development Corporation) Technology Incubation Centre is a joint-venture between UPM and MTDC[3].

Cybercity

Universiti Putra Malaysia-Malaysia Technology Development Corporation (UPM-MTDC)

Area

15.7 ha (39 acres)

Management Corporation
/Master Developer

Malaysian Technology Development Corporation Sdn. Bhd.,
Malaysian Technology Centre,
University Research Park, 43400 Serdang

Year in Operation

1997

Development Theme

Incubation center to enhance technology development activities in the country

Current features

• First of a series of MTDC incubation centers established within    universities campuses
• Offers customized development concept to facilitate the roll-out of    new business ventures from academic and research    establishments
• Incubation Centre One (143,000 sf NLA)
• Data Centre:
   - DataOne Asia (m) Sdn. Bhd.

Website

www.mtdc.com.my

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Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)


Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) is a self-contained city within-a-city. The integrated development provides more than 1.67 million square meters of enterprises, commercial, retail, hotel, residential and entertainment facilities[4].

Cybercity

Petronas Tower (Twin Towers only)

Area

381,450 sm (4,104,404 sf)

Management
Corporation
/ Master Developer

KLCC Urusharta Sdn. Bhd., Level 36, Tower 2,
Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre,
50088 Kuala Lumpur

Year in Operation

1997

Development Theme

Self-contained city-within-a-city

Current Features

• Tallest buildings in the world (452 meters)
• National landmark and symbol of Malaysia achievements as and   emerging world-class economy
• Northern gateway to the MSC and equipped with state-of-the-art   communication facilities
• Data Centre:
  - Reach Internet Services (MSC) Sdn. Bhd.
• Enterprise Complex:
  - Twin Towers (2,560,000 sf NLA)
• Commercial:
  - Suria KLCC
• Recreational :
  - KLCC Park
  - Dewan Filharmonik Petronas
  - Galeri Petronas
  - Petrosains (Science Discovery Centre)

Special Recognitions

• “National Landscape Award 2001” from the National Landscape   Department, Ministry of Housing & Local Government
• “IEM Outstanding Engineering Achievement Award 1998” from   Institution of Engineers Malaysia
• FIABCI Award of Distinction 2001 “Special Award for National   Contribution/ Special Project” from FIABCI Malaysia
• American Institute of Architects:
  - Connecticut Design Award 1999
  - Honour Award for Architecture 2000

Website

www.klcc.com.my

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Menara Kuala Lumpur


Menara Kuala Lumpur (KL Tower) is the world’s fourth tallest telecommunication tower. Soaring to an impressive height of 421 meters, the tower has been designed to house world-class telecommunications services to meet Malaysia’s increasing telecommunication needs. The tower serves as a function icon for the MSC and does not provide any office space for rental.[5]

Cybercity

Menara KL (KL Tower)

Area

11,174 sm (120,230 sf)

Management Corporation /Master Developer

Menara Kuala Lumpur Sdn. Bhd.,
Jalan Punchak, Off Jalan P.Ramlee,
50250 Kuala Lumpur

Year in operation

1996

Development Theme

Provide the nation with a telecommunications and broadcasting tower with designs that reflects Malaysia’s Islamic culture.

Current features

• Recognized as the telecommunications, broadcasting and tourism tower for Malaysia
• Recreational:
- Tower Terrace (Cascading Pool/Pedestrian Mall)
- Amphitheatre
- Mini theatre
- Observation Deck
- Seri Angkasa Revolving Restaurant
• Commercial
- Mega view banquet Deck

Special Recognitions

• FIABCI, Paris-based international Real Estate Federation Award in 1997

Website

www.menarakl.com.my

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