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Old July 8th, 2009, 01:04 PM   #1
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CYBERJAYA | Hewlett-Packard (HP) Campus Development News

HP launches campus project
By CHARLES FERNANDEZ



Ready in 2010: Visitors and guests viewing
a model of HP’s campus in Cyberjaya.


HEWLETT-PACKARD has unveiled its plan for a 24ha campus in Cyberjaya recently.

The campus, unveiled by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak, will be the largest facility of its kind and the single largest investment by a multi-national technology leader in Malaysia.

“This investment by HP, the world’s largest technology company, signals a strong commitment to our country and will bring a major economic and employment boost,’’ said Najib.

The campus is unique as it will host multiple core functions in one integrated location.

In addition, it features two rooms that include HP’s Halo Telepresence Solutions to allow a uniquely lifelike real-time video collaboration environment.

“We are pleased to partner with MDeC (Multimedia Development Corporation) and the Malaysian government on this initiative,’’ said executive vice-president and chief information officer Randy Mott.

He said HP’s investment was expected to generate up to 4,000 job opportunities for knowledge workers over the next 10 years.

HP began investing in Malaysia over three decades ago and has a presence in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and 11 service centres nationwide.

The Cyberjaya campus is expected to be completed by early 2010.
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HP to open largest facility of its kind in the world in Malaysia



From left: Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, MDeC CEO; Y.B Fadillah Yusof, Deputy
Minister of Science, Technology & Innovation; Randy Mott, Executive Vice
President and Chief Information Officer, Hewlett-Packard; YAB Dato’ Seri
Najib Razak, Deputy Prime Minister; Eric Ikeda, Director HP Multimedia
Cyberjaya and YB Datuk Maximus Ongkili Johnity, Minister of Science, Technology & Innovation


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HP’S INVESTMENT TO BUILD CAMPUS VOTE OF CONFIDENCE IN MALAYSIAN ECONOMY, SAYS NAJIB
KUALA LUMPUR, 13 OCTOBER 2008 - Technology giant HP has announced plans for a 60-acre sustainable campus in Malaysia’s Cyberjaya, which will be the largest facility of its kind in the world.

According to government agency Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) chief executive officer, Dato’ Badlisham Ghazali, the new facility is the single largest investment by a multi-national technology company in Malaysia and is expected to employ as many as 4,000 knowledge base workers in the next 10 years.

Badlisham said HP is working closely with MDeC to set world-class standards for information infrastructure. “The investment by a large multi-national company such as HP signals a strong commitment to our country and will bring a major economic and employment boost.”

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HP executive vice president and chief information officer, Randy Mott, said the campus would host multiple core functions in one integrated location, including an internal global application development centre for HP’s Global IT organisation, a state-of-the-art next generation data centre for outsourcing services customers, a professional center, and a call centre to support HP’s enterprise business customers worldwide.

He said that the global IT application development centre adds to HP’s existing internal network of centres in China, Costa Rica, India and Mexico.

In addition, the HP Cyberjaya campus – expected to be ready by early 2010 - would feature two rooms that include HP’s Halo Telepresence Solutions to allow a lifelike, dynamic, real-time video collaboration environment, to boost business performance, and reduce carbon emissions by cutting travel costs.

Mott added, “We’re pleased to partner with MDeC and the Malaysian Government on this initiative. For HP, Cyberjaya dramatically expands our presence in this fast-growing region, and offers us a developed infrastructure, strategic location, and multi-lingual talent pool.”
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HP To Set Up Cyberjaya Campus In Project With MDeC

KUALA LUMPUR, (Bernama) -- Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) Wednesday announced a project with Hewlett-Packard (HP) in which the US-based computer company will set up a 60-acre campus under MSC Malaysia in Cyberjaya.

The campus will include a state-of-the-art next generation data centre for HP's outsourcing services business, a professional centre for internal global support functions and a call centre to support enterprise business customers.

The investment is in addition to an internal HP IT global application development and support centre announced in May 2007, MDeC said in a statement issued at the 16th World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) 2008 here.

Construction of the data centre and two office centres is expected to begin later this year, it said.

Further details of the project were not disclosed.

MDeC also announced a collaboration with the Korea Institute of Electronic Commerce (KIEF) in the areas of information and communications technology (ICT) development such as smart school, e-business, e-learning and knowledge-based businesses.

Potential cooperation projects and programmes are expected to focus on the exchange of information and experts through joint research and development projects and marketing advancement, MDeC said.

The MDeC-KIEF collaboration will have a significant impact on the companies concerned as the expected value of cooperation is estimated at US$3 million with nearly 2,000 new jobs, it said.

The exchange of documents for the two collaborations were among the 13 memorandum of understanding (MoU) signing sessions witnessed by Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on the third day of WCIT 2008.

The event was jointly organised by MDeC and the Association of the Computer and Multimedia Industry of Malaysia (Pikom).

MDeC is a high powered government-owned corporation established to facilitate the development and promotion of MSC Malaysia, the premier Malaysian ICT initiative.

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Government To Award RM3.2 Bln Worth Of Contracts This Week
March 22, 2009 14:53 PM

PUTRAJAYA, March 22 (Bernama) -- Within a fortnight of tabling the second economic stimulus package in parliament, the government is to award this week projects valued at RM3.202 billion, Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak announced today.

Najib, who is also the finance minister, said RM1.3 billion of the sum would be awarded to contractors for the improvement, upgrading and development of facilities and infrastructure of 322 schools nationwide.

Some RM95.5 million worth of projects would be awarded for the rehabilitation and improvement of police stations, he said.

"The awarding of these projects so soon after the mini budget was tabled in parliament shows the seriousness of the authorities in dealing with the global crisis which has also affected Malaysia," he said in a statement.

Najib said it was also proof of the government's serious concern for the people's well-being, as well as to stimulate private sector activities and confidence.

On top of that, projects identified under the first stimulus package were also being speeded up to benefit the people and were being closely monitored by the Project Management Unit (PMU) headed by Datuk Ir Mohd Othman Zainal Azim, who is also PMU's chief operating officer, he said.

"To date 16,386 projects worth RM1.67 billion under the first stimulus package have been awarded and implemented. These include projects to develop and enhance human capital, ensuring the rakyat's (people's) well-being and enhancing competitiveness," he added.

Najib said the contract for the RM234-million HP IT Campus in Cyberjaya had been awarded and its development was underway, and that 30 interns for the Graduate Employability and Attachment Training Programme were being interviewed currently.

By the end of next month, all the 38,000 projects under the first stimulus package were targeted to be rolled out and were expected to be completed by August, he said.

"We are committed to ensuring speedy implementation of the projects to help the rakyat and businesses ride out the difficulties brought on by the global economic crisis," he said.

Najib said the PMU and the Implementation Coordination Unit (ICU) as well as other relevant agencies have been tasked to also monitor the second stimulus package.

In addition, a technical committee chaired by the secretary-general of the Treasury has also been set up to monitor the implementation of the projects under the stimulus package, he said.

The committee meets regularly and reports to the steering committee chaired by Najib.

Najib said that with the setting up of the PMU and regular monitoring by himself as the finance minister would ensure that the targets set out under the two stimulus packages were achieved.

The first stimulus package of RM7 billion was announced on Nov 4 last year and the second -- the RM60-billion mini budget -- was tabled in parliament on March 10 this year.

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HP Integrated Campus in Cyberjaya by 2010

HEWLETT-PACKARD (HP), the world’s largest information technology (IT) company, will build a 25.6ha sustainable campus in Cyberjaya, Selangor.
The campus will be the largest facility of its kind and the single largest investment by a multinational technology leader in Malaysia, further strengthening HP’s position as a leading global IT service provider.

HP will work with the Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) to develop workforce and set world-class standards for the Malaysian information infrastructure out of its campus.

Najib said by the end of 2010, MSC Malaysia is expected to create more than 100,000 of jobs in the local information and communications technology industry.

The campus will comprise 600,000 sq ft of office space and will be built in phases, with completion expected in early 2010.

The campus will include an internal global application development centre for HP’s Global IT organisation, next generation data centre for its outsourcing services customers, a professional centre and a call centre to support HP’s enterprise business customers worldwide.

The new global IT application development centre will add to HP’s existing internal network of centres in China, Costa Rice, India and Mexico.

"For HP, Cyberjaya expands our presence in this fast-growing region and offers us a developed infrastructure, strategic location and multi-lingual talent pool," said HP executive vice-president and chief executive officer Randy Mott.

HP’s investment is set to generate 4,000 jobs in the next 10 years and give a significant boost to the employment of knowledge workers in MSC Malaysia.
Meanwhile, Mott said, HP is well-positioned to face the current global meltdown as the company has been competitive in its cost structure over the last three years.

"We are well-positioned, although we are concerned about our customers’ ability to invest," he added.
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HP to expand workforce with Cyberjaya campus

HEWLETT-Packard Co will be expanding its skilled workforce base in Malaysia with the setting up of its Cyberjaya campus.

The 63-acre HP campus is expected to create 4,000 job opportunities for knowledge workers over the next 10 years, and this includes 1,000 software engineers for the company’s internal global application development centre, 1,000 business analysts for the internal global support centre, and 2,000 more for the enterprise call centre.

HP’s executive vice president and chief information officer Randy Mott said the skills required will be in the areas of SAP, PeopleSoft, Oracle eBiz applications, Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition, .Net and DBA.

“HP already employs 3,000 skilled workers in Malaysia and is looking at employing 4,000 more. In some areas, we may bring in skills from other parts of the world, but that will be only on the basis of developing the campus. The ongoing move will be all Malaysian employees for the campus,” he said, adding that HP is working closely with Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) to build the skilled workforce and local universities to develop the curriculum.

Planned for opening in January 2010, the new campus will host several core functions for HP, including a next-generation data centre for outsourcing service customers, internal global support centre, enterprise call centre, and internal global application development centre.

“The campus will pull together a number of our business areas, especially the global data centre. This will be a great opportunity for us and Malaysia in becoming a hub for outsourcing activities,” Mott said.

The new data centre is expected to enhance HP’s capability in offering outsourcing services running companies’ internal IT and business applications.

“We hope to attract businesses from across the industry to use the data centre,” Mott said.

The HP Cyberjaya campus also will be used as an internal global support centre and internal global application development centre where the company will develop systems to support its business partners around the world, for internal use.

It will also feature two rooms, with HP’s Halo telepresence solutions to allow a lifelike, real-time video collaboration environment. It is designed by HP in partnership with DreamWorks Animation to provide a network of precisely designed solutions to boost business performance and reduce carbon emissions by substantially cutting travelling costs and allowing colleagues on opposite sides of the globe to meet as if they were right across the table.
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MSC Malaysia Achieves Critical Mass of Multinationals and Outsourcing Providers
By Kathleen Goolsby
Source: http://www.forbescustom.com/Outsourc...ngAheadP1.html

Hewlett-Pa ckard, the world’s second-largest IT outsourcing service provider, is expanding its facilities in Malaysia, building a 60-acre Global Campus in Cyberjaya, Malaysia’s “Silicon Va lley.” The campus includes a state-of-the-art next-generation data center for HP’s outsourcing services business, a professional center for internal global support functions and a call center to support enterprise business customers. The investment is in addition to an internal HP IT global application development and support center, which was announced last May.

Located near Kuala Lumpur, Cyberjaya is a key area among the technology cities of the Multimedia Super Corridor known as MSC Malaysia, the world’s hot spot for the global ICT industry. Cyberjaya is also the selected location for IBM Malaysia’s ASEAN Regional Contact Center, which provides strategic outsourcing helpdesk support to IBM clients in 70 countries.

Colorado-headquartered TeleTech, a global business processing outsourcing provider of solutions for every stage of the customer lifecycle, also recently announced it will establish its customer contact centers project — which will employ 10,000 people — in Malaysia.

More than 2,000 companies, including 80 multinationals, are serving the global market with outsourcing, shared services and research and development activities from Malaysia. These companies are leveraging the competitive advantages of the country’s skilled talent pool with domain expertise; world-class infrastructure; low-cost environment; stable economic, political and social conditions; and strategic location at the crossroads between the East and West. A.T. Kearney has consistently ranked Malaysia as one of the top three locations in its Global Offshore Attractive Index since 2004.

According to Doraisamy Balu, senior vice president and managing director of HP Asia Pacific and Japan, the campus in Cyberjaya reinforces HP’s position as one of the largest IT companies in Malaysia. “More importantly, the new facilities will allow us to address the business needs of our local and global customers through innovative HP technology and services,” says Balu.

The Malaysian government’s commitment to the rapid advancement of technology through its support of high-tech businesses, telecommunications and education has been the attracting factor for many multinationals to locate their global hubs in Malaysia.

Now in the second stage of Malaysia’s Vision 2020, MSC Malaysia has achieved critical mass and continues to attract other global leaders. Cisco is also on board and collaborating to develop i-City, an MSC Malaysia Cybercentre, into the country’s premier technology city with an integrated township, mall, hotels, office towers, apartments, data center and 50,000 knowledge workers.

MSC Malaysia is uniquely qualified to make a difference in outsourcing providers’ service delivery capabilities. Check it out and learn more about the ways your company can benefit and also play a vital role in the global development of ICT.
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HP Building Cyberjaya Campus

Hewlett Packard (HP) is building a new campus in Cyberjaya in a move to strengthen its already presence in Malaysia.

With expected completion in 2010 (2 years time), the new center will be able to generate up to 4,000 new job opportunities for both local and foreign workers, mainly those in information technology field within a space of 10 years.

The workforce integration will be jointly developed with the Multimedia Development Corporation (MDec) in an effort to set a world class standard for the information backbone and structure in Malaysia.

With 600,000 square feet in size, it will also be the single largest IT center located in Malaysia’s very own cyber city, as well as creating a record for the largest investment by a multinational company in the country. The company will combine multiple functions in the center including a development center, data center, outsourcing platform, professional services and customer call center support to cater for its worldwide business customers. The development center is an addition to HP’s existing string of network centers located in India, China, Mexico and Costa Rica.

Hewlett Packard is currently the largest computer maker in the world, taking over from former leader Dell a few years back. It has been operating in Malaysia for more than 30 years ago, boasted by office presence in Kuala Lumpur, Penang and its services center nationwide.

While HP continues its commitment to make Malaysia one of its key operation centers, the latter (Dell), however is facing uncertainties with its factories in Penang now employing a few thousand people may possibly be put up for sale.
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HP bolsters Asian presence with Cyberjaya campus
By Rupinder Singh BusinessTimes

HEWLETT-PACKARD (HP), the world's largest information technology (IT) company, will build a 25.6ha sustainable campus in Cyberjaya, Selangor.

The campus will be the largest facility of its kind and the single largest investment by a multinational technology leader in Malaysia, further strengthening HP's position as a leading global IT service provider.

HP will work with the Multimedia Development Corp (MDeC) to develop workforce and set world-class standards for the Malaysian information infrastructure out of its campus.

"Given the current global uncertainties, particularly the financial markets, your (HP's) investment decision is a vote of confidence in Malaysia's economy, in our strong fundamentals and in our continued attractiveness as preferred location for foreign direct investments (FDIs)," said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Najib said by the end of 2010, MSC Malaysia is expected to create more than 100,000 of jobs in the local information and communications technology industry.

The campus will comprise 600,000 sq ft of office space and will be built in phases, with completion expected in early 2010.

The campus will include an internal global application development centre for HP's Global IT organisation, next generation data centre for its outsourcing services customers, a professional centre and a call centre to support HP's enterprise business customers worldwide.

The new global IT application development centre will add to HP's existing internal network of centres in China, Costa Rice, India and Mexico.

"For HP, Cyberjaya expands our presence in this fast-growing region and offers us a developed infrastructure, strategic location and multi-lingual talent pool," said HP executive vice-president and chief executive officer Randy Mott.

HP's investment is set to generate 4,000 jobs in the next 10 years and give a significant boost to the employment of knowledge workers in MSC Malaysia.

Meanwhile, Mott said, HP is well-positioned to face the current global meltdown as the company has been competitive in its cost structure over the last three years.

"We are well-positioned, although we are concerned about our customers' ability to invest," he added.
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Old July 21st, 2009, 10:38 PM   #19
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HP to open largest facility of its kind in the world in Malaysia



From left: Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, MDeC CEO; Y.B Fadillah Yusof, Deputy
Minister of Science, Technology & Innovation; Randy Mott, Executive Vice
President and Chief Information Officer, Hewlett-Packard; YAB Dato’ Seri
Najib Razak, Deputy Prime Minister; Eric Ikeda, Director HP Multimedia
Cyberjaya and YB Datuk Maximus Ongkili Johnity, Minister of Science, Technology & Innovation
HP Global IT Hub
Source: http://www.cyberview.com.my/test/qqp...P_Building.php



Date Completed: 26 June 2010
Lot No: Lot P200, P200A
Land Area: 28.53
Gross Floor Area: 600,492.6

Project Description:
· 6 Storey – HPIT and Finance
· 6 Storey – Call Centre
· 1 Storey - Cafeteria

HP Global IT hub provides state-of-art next-generation data centre for its outsourcing services business, a professional centre for internal global Support functions, and a call centre to support enterprise business customers. Cyberview is currently building the hub which boasts several ‘green’ elements at a cost of RM200 million, which is part of the government’s economic stimulus package to attract FDI.
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Proposed Multi Purpose Hall & Cafeteria Block for HP Campus at Cyberjaya
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