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Monday, June 30, 2008

Cyberview: More jobs in the pipeline

CYBERVIEW Sdn Bhd, which has four contracts in hand in Cyberjaya worth in excess of RM200 million, is eyeing more jobs, said managing director Redza Rafiq.

"A few local and foreign information technology firms have expressed interest to move to Cyberjaya. Discussions are still in initial stages. We are planning to design and construct buildings for them according to their specific requirements," Redza told Business Times.

"We have 100.8ha in our pockets ready for development. The areas are suitable to build data centres and for high-impact companies to operate from," he added.

Cyberview is currently building a global delivery campus for Satyam Computer Services Ltd, a leading global consulting and information technology services provider, for RM100 million.

Its other contracts are to build a knowledge workers' development institute for the nation, a four-storey data centre for a prominent local firm, and park-and-ride facilities to improve the transportation system in Cyberjaya.

"Satyam is planning to relocate from its existing premises to a bigger space. We are building the campus in two phases. The first phase will be completed by September and the second, by March next year," said Redza.

The building of the 300,000 sq ft data centre, meanwhile, is part of the company's programme to encourage local firms to do business in Cyberjaya.

The data centre will be operational by year-end. Redza, however, declined to identify the company.

It is learnt that the data centre is being constructed for E-Basis Bay Sdn Bhd, a unit of technology services and hardware solutions vendor Basis Bay Group.

By New Straits Times

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