Cybercentre status for first green building
As part of its commitment to the MSC Malaysia Cybercentre status, GTower, located at the junction of Jalan Tun Razak and Jalan Ampang, offers facilities and mentoring services for qualified MSC status companies.
At the award presentation ceremony, Goldis group chief executive officer and executive chairman Tan Lei Cheng said the MSC Malaysia Cybercentre status was a prestigious and important milestone.
Goldis Berhad, through its subsidiary GTower Sdn Bhd, supports the MSC Malaysia Agenda and helps to contribute to the development of the country’s ICT industry.
“This will spur us even more to continue working hard to help make Kuala Lumpur an ideal destination for global businesses,” Tan said.
GTower executive director Colin Ng said the current occupancy was 60% and the award of cyber centre-status had attracted MSC companies.
Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili, who launched the MSC Cybercentre of GTower, said this would strengthen Malaysia’s position as an attractive investment location, while providing world-class infrastructure and business environment to drive the growth of the local ICT industry.
“The extension of MSC Malaysia’s enabling environment and incentives is expected to boost the growth of new investments, particularly in the ICT and knowledge-based industries,” he said.
By The Star Online