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Presentation on: MSC Malaysia Cybercentre Status Application

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Introduction
MAXp is a consulting company, specializing in the field of infostructure and infrastructure, MSC Consultant, with a strong background and proven expertise in various property development projects.

MSC Malaysia initiative will be the impetus to enhance the profile of THE DEVELOPMENT area as the preferred location for investment, in particular for MSC Malaysia Status Companies

Contents
Overview of MSC Malaysia and its Rollout Initiative

MSC Malaysia Vision and Milestones


MSC Malaysia was launched in 1996 by the Federal Government as the countrys new engine of growth to transform Malaysia into a knowledge-based economy. The Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) was created by the Government as the One-Stop Agency to champion and implement the MSC Malaysia.

" The MSC Initiative was launched as a catalyst to the national ICT agenda and Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) was formed to drive the development of the MSC... "
YAB DATO SERI ABDULLAH BIN HAJI AHMAD BADAWI FORMER PRIME MINISTER OF MALAYSIA 10th MSC MALAYSIA ANNIVERSARY

The Big Picture: MSC Malaysia At a Glance


WHAT Federal governments initiative to: Attract foreign and local investment Nurture and promote growth of local ICT industry HOW WHERE Clustering of technology companies MSC Malaysia Cybercities / Cybercentres Initially 15x50 corridor, Cyberjaya as National ICT Hub

10 MSC Malaysia Bill of Guarantees


Create the conducive MSC enabling business environment Indirect and spillover effect to surrounding communities MSC Malaysia Multimedia Applications

Promote greater usage of ICT by the community

Eventually, whole nation

MSC MALAYSIA BILL OF GUARANTEES


To Provide: 6. Regional leader in intellectual property protection and cyberlaws No censorship of Internet

1. World-class physical and information infrastructure


2. Unrestricted employment of knowledge workers 3. Freedom of ownership 4. Freedom of sourcing capital globally for MSC Malaysia infrastructure and borrowing funds 5. Competitive financial incentives including no income tax or an investment tax allowance for up to ten years and no duties on the import of multimedia equipment 7.

8. Globally competitive telecoms tariffs 9. Tendering of key MSC infrastructure contracts to leading companies willing to use MSC as their global or regional hub 10. A high powered implementation agency to act as an effective one-stop-shop

Benefits to Stakeholders
State Governments
New magnet to draw investments (total investment by MSC Malaysia companies in Phase 1 of MSC Malaysia exceeds RM4.6 billion), fuel local economic growth Attract Multi National Companies in the area Encourage growth of technopreneurs

Technology Companies
Conducive business environment Located in a cluster of similar companies Accelerate growth through collaborative networking Availability of value-adding services and support by Cybercity/Cybercentre Management Increase in industry-university linkups and collaborations

Community
Enjoy high standards of infra and infostructure Increase in high-value jobs opportunities Good entrepreneurial opportunities Flagships applications in the area Adoption of ICT usage as way of life

Cybercity/Cybercentre Management (CCM) More high-value entities locating in designated area Revenue generation for CCM Leverage on marketing and other services by MDeC Future linkups and collaborative networks with other Cybercities / Cybercentres

MSC Malaysia - Milestones


To help realise Vision 2020, MDeC had set targets and milestones in MSC Vision Plan, consisting of three (3) phases, as depicted below. Under MSC Phase 2 (2004-2010), the MSC Implementation Council in 2004 approved the rollout of MSC Malaysia nation-wide by creating new Cybercities and Cybercentres in qualified locations, to spread MSC benefits and incentives.

Northern Corridor Eastern Corridor


Central Corridor Cyberjaya Central Corridor Cyberjaya

Southern Corridor

Sabah

Sarawak

Our Understanding
What is MSC Malaysia Cybercity?

MSC Malaysia Cybercity is defined as a designated MSC Malaysia area that


encompasses a business environment that aims to meet the prevailing MSC Malaysia Cybercity Performance Standards, towards the delivery of MSC Malaysia Bill of Guarantees No. 1 Performance Guarantee (PG) for telecommunication and electricity are made available and guaranteed by Service Providers. PGFP is currently offered only in Cyberjaya. MSC Malaysia status companies need to enter Service Level Agreement with respective Service Provider to enjoy the PG.

What is MSC Malaysia Cybercentre?

MSC Malaysia Cybercentre is defined as a designated MSC Malaysia area that encompasses a business environment that aims to meet the prevailing MSC Malaysia Cybercentre Performance Standards, towards the delivery of the MSC Malaysia Bill of Guarantee No. 1

Excerpt from MSC Malaysia Mission Critical Performance Standards


PARAMETERS STANDARDS Multiple network facilities and service providers environment Infostructure 99.9% service availability Full coverage for all cellular operators Power redundancy and > 99.9% reliability for electricity Uninterrupted water supply 2 public transportation modes Strict enforcement to ensure adherence to MSC Malaysia Environmental Guidelines 15 minutes response for authorities One-stop-centre for Cybercity / Cybercentre management with client charter

Utilities
Transportation Environment Security & Safety Customer Service Quality

Note: (1) Detailed standards developed based on benchmarking and consultative meetings with relevant government agencies, service providers, cybercity management corporations, professional bodies and MSC Malaysia Status companies (2) Standards are subject to review due to progression in technology and prevailing best practices (3) The comprehensive standards also consist of non-mission critical parameters, compliance to which would enhance attractiveness of a cybercity

MSC MALAYSIA NATIONAL ROLL OUT


KEDAH
KULIM HI-TECH PARK

PENANG
PENANG CYBERCITY 1

PERAK
MERU RAYA, IPOH

PAHANG
PUTRA SQUARE, KUANTAN

SABAH
CYBERCENTRE@ KOTA KINABALU

KLANG VALLEY
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. CYBERJAYA TPM UPM-MTDC KLCC KL TOWER KL SENTRAL i-CITY TM CYBERCENTRE COMPLEX 9. BANDAR UTAMA 10.MID VALLEY CITY 11.MENARA BINJAI 12.PLATINUM PARK 13.G-TOWER 14.SYMPHONY TOWER 15.PFCC 16.WISMA HAMZAH K.H

SARAWAK MELAKA
MITC CYBERCENTRE@ SARAWAK

JOHOR

1. MENARA MSC CYBERPORT 2. NODE 1, NUSAJAYA 3. BANDAR MSC CYBERPORT

Qualifying Criteria for MSC Malaysia Cybercity / Cybercentre


In implementing the Rollout, following criteria to qualify for Cybercity / Cybercentre status were set by the MDeC:
1 Driven by State Government, and / or Cybercity / Cybercentre stakeholder

2
3 4 5 6 7 8

Broadband and infrastructure readiness


Customer focused management with KPIs Competitive environment to attract investment, nurture start-ups / SMEs and house knowledge workers Talent pool availability Proximity and linkages to universities and research centres Use relevant Flagship Applications to enhance service delivery State ICT Blueprint providing value propositions for local economy

To apply for MSC Malaysia Cybercity status, MDeC requires Cybercity Stakeholder to submit Proposal for Cybercity status, consisting reports on: Readiness to meet the stipulated Qualifying Criteria Compilation of documented evidences on Compliance with Qualifying Criteria Value Proposition for MSC Malaysia Cybercity Status

MSC Malaysia Cybercity Application and Implementation Mechanism


Application Stage
Implementation Stage
Change or revoke status

MSC Malaysia Implementation Council

Approve and confer status

MDeC (One Stop Centre)

Recommend strategic direction and review proposals / audit report, in consultation with EPU, MoF and MITI

State Governments

Cybercity / Cybercentre Management

Submit proposals

Manage delivery of MSC enabling environment, and submit periodic compliance report

Source: MDeC

Application Process
*ICM chaired by YAB Prime Minister

MDeC

1. Report on Readiness to Fulfill Qualifying Criteria


Report on Readiness to Comply with following MSC National Rollout Qualifying Criteria, covering details on status and action plan to meet requirement: Driven by Cybercentre Stakeholder / The Building Owner Commitment and capability to finance development, maintenance, and / or upgrading of the infrastructure of a MSC Malaysia Cybercentre Cybercentre Business Model and Organization Structure, driven by top leadership Broadband and Infrastructure Readiness Detailed report on compliance with MSC Malaysia Cybercentre Performance Standards Proposed sites for MSC Malaysia Cybercentre and Development Phasing Customer Focused Management with KPIs One Stop Centre set-up, process flow and interface with MDeC

1. Report on Readiness to Fulfill Qualifying Criteria (cont.)


Competitive Environment to attract investment, nurture start-ups / SMEs and house k-workers Cost of doing business analysis Incubator, office space and related facilities Talent Pool Availability Talent pool requirement to develop niche industries Talent pool supply Talent pool development programmes Linkages with Universities and Research Centres Identification of IHLs and corresponding industries Collaborative programmes between IHLs and industries Adoption of e-Applications in THE PROJECT Development area e-applications for business and community State ICT Blueprint reflecting niche value propositions for local economy

Our Strength
Our Strength
Good relationship and networking with major utilities & authority parties i.e. TM, TNB, SYABAS, CELCOM, MAXIS, DIGI, PDRM, BOMBA, KKM, DOE, MOP Good relationship with MDeC Former MDeC staff To provide advisory and consultancy on ISO9001:2008, CCM, ERP, OSC Existing MSC Applications client: Amanah Raya Berhad MSC Cybercentre WCT Land MSC Cybercentre IOI Properties Bhd MSC Cybercentre Saluran Bintang Wira Sdn Bhd MSC Status Company

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