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Old August 5th, 2009, 08:06 AM   #21
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It will be so excited to see the new building and hope it could be completed a.s.a.p.. Anyone knows which part of Cyber it is located? Can't seems to find where is it...
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Old August 5th, 2009, 09:33 AM   #22
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It will be so excited to see the new building and hope it could be completed a.s.a.p.. Anyone knows which part of Cyber it is located? Can't seems to find where is it...
It is on Lot P200, P200A
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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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Old August 10th, 2009, 12:07 PM   #23
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HP Global IT Hub
Source: http://cyberjaya.name/
Location
>> West of Balai Polis Cyberjaya
>> South of Neo Cyber housing
Description
Construction of an Office block for HP
Commence: Q4 2008
Complete: Q2 2010
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Old September 8th, 2009, 02:40 PM   #24
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HP to put global facility in Cyberjaya
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PUTRAJAYA: Computer maker Hewlett-Packard Co will be establishing a global application development and support centre in the country.

The centre will bolster HP's efforts in various areas such as enterprise data warehousing, as well as application development and support.

It will be recruiting about 1,000 IT professionals over the next decade.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi made the announcement at the closing of the 10th MSC Malaysia-International Advisory Panel meeting here last week.

The new centre, when completed, will stand among HP's four others — in India, China, Mexico and Costa Rica.

HP, however, declined to reveal how much the centre in nearby Cyberjaya would cost.

The company's executive vice-president and chief information officer Randy Mott said it chose Cyberjaya based on Malaysia's commitment to the rapid advancement of technology.

He said HP is also impressed with the Government's support for high-tech businesses, telecommunications and education.

"This will add to our efforts to improve productivity, quality, speed and flexibility as we seek to achieve greater economies of scale and standardisation," Mott said.

Datuk Badlisham Ghazali, MDeC chief executive officer, said HP's decision to establish its centre here is testimony to the increasing recognition by all parties that Malaysia provides the many features that global companies look for.

"We are excited to welcome another global icon into the MSC Malaysia family," he said.

"We will continue facilitating foreign investments into the country, as well as providing value-added services to our global partners as we live up to our MSC Malaysia promises."
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Old October 8th, 2009, 07:47 PM   #25
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HP Global IT Campus
No of storeys: 6-storey HP IT and finance block; 6-storey call centre block; cafeteria block; 2-storey multipurpose hall and training centre
Land area: 28.46 acres Gross floor area 55,733m²
Parking: 1800 bays
Architect: RAM Architect Sdn Bhd
Consulting engineers: Ingenieur Bersekutu Sdn Bhd, ZNVA & Associates Sdn Bhd
Contractor: Pembinaan Ikhasas-Merak Sdn Bhd Developer
Building owner: Cyberview Sdn Bhd .
Year Completed: Q3, 2010



Businesses involved in the development and manufacture of modern computer technology have very specific needs and high expectations in terms of the infrastructure and facilities they need to operate successfully.

Cyberjaya, Malaysia's premier cybercity, provided the combination Hewlett Packard, one of the largest multinational technology companies in the world, was looking for: access to a strong IT resource base, a large pool of multilingual educated workers, state-of-the-art infrastructure and a central location.

Developer Cyberview has been involved in the process of providing a customised office campus and data centre for Hewlett Packard (HP) in Cyberjaya.

The new HP Global IT Campus is on a 28.46 acre site to accommodate approximately 4000 employees. The campus offers almost 55,733m² of floor area, which will comprise an IT/finance building, a call centre, a multipurpose hall and a cafeteria. To balance the office space, the campus will also include extensive open and green areas. In addition, 1800 car parking bays will be provided.

The site is envisaged as a high-performance workplace that will foster a strong sense of community with features that reinforce collaboration, workforce development and a work-life balance. To encourage collaboration, the campus is planned around a neighbourhood concept, with focus rooms, touch-down and grove areas providing informal working spaces, and halo rooms to facilitate global co-operation.

Workforce development is provided for through a learning and development centre that incorporates 360 configurable seats. To encourage a healthy work-life balance, the HP Global IT Campus includes a variety of recreation spaces, comprising basketball, badminton and squash courts and a gymnasium. An employees' lounge and 1200-seat cafeteria will also be provided.

Architecturally, the campus has a modern aesthetic that has been designed to be timeless, says Cyberview's managing director, Dato' Redza Rafiq.
"The facilities here are all to be non-hierarchical in nature, but each will be differentiated subtly, while still working with one another to create a cohesive whole," he says.

The urban planning and building design scheme of the campus meets the practical green attributes of the Malaysian Standards code of practice on energy efficiency and use of renewable energy for non-residential buildings, with the aim of achieving an energy index lower than many conventional office buildings.

To achieve this standard, campus buildings have a north-south orientation, away from the glare of the evening sun; with service cores and utilities on the east and west sides of the building, serving as buffers to the work areas in the interiors. Double-glazed performance glass on the facade optimises daylight, minimises heat gain and ensures a good acoustic quality. A light shaft in the centre of each wing allows daylight to infiltrate the buildings. Materials, both for the buildings and landscape, are selected for the appropriate solar reflectivity index to reduce the heat island effect. Atriums and efficient mechanical systems inside the buildings create natural cross ventilation for comfortable temperatures and optimum air quality in the indoor environment.

Permeable materials are used in hard landscaped areas for stormwater management whilst rainwater is harvested for use in toilets and irrigation. In addition, about 90% of materials to be used on the site are sourced locally and recycling is encouraged during the construction phases. Local plant species will be used as much as possible for landscaping and fertile topsoil is being conserved during construction for later use.

For more information, contact Cyberview Sdn Bhd, SME Technopreneur Centre Cyberjaya, 2270 Jalan Usahawan 2, Selangor, Cyberjaya 63000, Malaysia. Tel: (+603) 8315 6111. Fax: (+603) 8315 6160. Website: www.cyberview.com.my
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Old October 29th, 2009, 11:30 AM   #26
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Hewlett Packard Property Name HP Global IT Campus Location Cyberjaya, Malaysia

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Old December 17th, 2009, 05:37 PM   #27
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HP Global IT Campus
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Tenant : Hewlett Packard Property Name HP Global IT Campus Location Cyberjaya, Malaysia Year Completed Q3, 2010 No of storeys 6-storey HP IT and finance block; 6-storey call centre block; cafeteria block; 2-storey multipurpose hall and training centre Land area 28.46 acres Gross floor area 55,733m² Parking 1800 bays Air conditioning specifications Supply from a District Cooling Plant Project manager Opus International (M) Sdn Bhd Lead architect, master planning and interior design consultant Neuformation Architect Architect RAM Architect Sdn Bhd Consulting engineers Ingenieur Bersekutu Sdn Bhd, ZNVA & Associates Sdn Bhd Contractor Pembinaan Ikhasas-Merak Sdn Bhd Developer and building owner Cyberview Sdn Bhd
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MSC prime location for shared services outsourcing — PM
Posted on October 13, 2010, Wednesday
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KNOWLEDGE CENTRE: Najib (third left) being briefed on Hawlett-Packard (HP)
Global Centre Campus building model after its launching in Putrajaya.
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CYBERJAYA: Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) Malaysia is a prime location for shared services outsourcing (SSO) with over 200 companies already calling it home, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister said almost 140 foreign and over 60 local companies performed various SSO activities, ranging from information technology (IT) outsourcing, business process outsourcing and knowledge process outsourcing.

The companies are involved in energy, chemical and resources; transportation and logistics; banking and finance, especially Islamic finance; and IT services, Najib said.

“This is a testament to the strong talent pool and unique advantages that Malaysia offers as an SSO destination and recognised by the AT Kearney study, ranking Malaysia as the top three most preferred SSO investment destination,” he said at the launch of the Hewlett-Packard (HP) Global Centre Campus here yesterday.

Najib said MSC Malaysia would be ending its second phase this year and he was happy to report that the results were more than satisfactory.

He said that within the 14-year period, the MSC initiative has created over 2,500 MSC status companies with a combined contribution of more than RM35 billion to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP).

A total of more than 100,000 high value jobs were created and attracted investments of more than RM27 million, of which 60 per cent came from foreign direct investment, he added.

Najib said the government has set some ambitious targets to become a high-income developed nation status by 2020 and the role of information and communications technology (ICT) is seen as a key enabler in that journey to transform this country.

He said the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), which was announced last month, was set to serve as a catalyst to drive Malaysia and ensure that the country accelerated towards a high-income economy within the next 10 years.

“It is no surprise that 85 out of the 131 identified entry point projects (EPP) from the ETP is driven or enabled by ICT,” he added.

The Prime Minister said he has also tasked Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) to implement six approved recommendations as MSC Malaysia entered its third phase.

Among them are developing the architecture for a National Innovative Digital Economy Framework, the infusion of technology across all economic sectors in driving innovation and productivity, and acculturation of the digital transformation throughout the entire government machinery.

Others are making Malaysia a vibrant hub for the creation of ICT solutions, the pervasive use of ICT to increase the quality of life across all communities, and ICT empowerment as a source of national competitiveness.

Built on sustainable design principles, the 24-hectare global centre campus will address multiple HP and client business needs, representing yet another investment the company is making to drive strategic growth in Asia.

Serving global HP enterprise services clients, the centre is home to one of six HP best shore global delivery hubs and as part of future investment plans, it will house a client-centric HP next-generation data centre. — Bernama
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Malaysia to be HP's global support centre
By Goh Thean Eu Published: 2010/10/19
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New.../hp13/Article/



HEWLETT-PACKARD Co (HP), the world's biggest technology company, has picked Malaysia as a base for its global support centre as it is confident of the country's qualified workforce.

As part of the group's master plan, it decided to set up a state-of-the-art, multipurpose global centre here in Malaysia.

The global centre, said to involve an investment of hundreds of millions of ringgit, will be the home to one of the six HP Best Shore hubs, which serves the enterprise or business market.

It will also be home to one of the five internal HP Global Application Development and Support Centres, as well as one of eight internal HP Finance Centres of Excellence.

This means the centre not only helps to drive sales for HP group, but also provide internal support for the entire group.

According to HP chief information officer Randy Mott, the main reason HP picked Malaysia is because of the country's abundant talent pool.

"As a company, we're certainly looking at where talent was, assessing as we do globally on where we have the opportunity to grow and the opportunity for talent. So, we were in discussions with the folks from MDec, to understand the talent base that was here, on what was happening in terms of what's coming out of the universities.

"From the discussions, we understand that we are able to get a number of talents on different fronts in Malaysia," Mott explained in an interview in Cyberjaya last week.

The company posted a 6.1 per cent increase in net profit to US$1.77 billion (RM5.48 billion) for the fiscal third quarter ended July 31 2010. Sales rose 11 per cent to US$30.7 billion (RM95.17 billion).

For the fiscal fourth quarter ending October 2010, it forecasts net earnings to be about US$2.83-US$2.88 billion (RM8.77-RM8.92 billion). For the 12 months period, it expects net profit to be about US$10.2 billion (RM31.62 billion). It also expects full year revenue to be US$125.3 to US$125.5 billion (RM388.43 to RM389.05 billion).

Mott sees the company, as well as, the IT sector continuing to move forward.

"That's because, more and more companies are driving more and more businesses using IT capability.

"Clearly, there's a lot of competition in this industry and we are clearly working very hard to earn our customer's business and also to gain market share," he said.
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COMPLETED: The HP Global IT Campus
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[101012]HP Global Center Cyberjaya Launch - 05 by Multiplay @ Lowyat.NET, on Flickr
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