By Charles F. Moreira Participants at the one-day Industry 4.0, Demystify, Funding & Roadmap Conference at the Petaling Jaya Hilton on 30 April 2019 walked away with a more holistic understanding, not only of the technical aspects of Industry 4.0, but also about Malaysia’s National Policy on Industry 4.0 – or Industry4WRD – aimed specifically […]

Will Malaysia Yield To Lobbyists and Adopt Nuclear Power? (Part 3)

By Charles F. Moreira, Editor In Part 2, we covered the arguments in a memorandum entitled – Memorandum Supporting Nuclear Power Incorporation in the Malaysian Energy Mix presented to Y.B. Yeo Bee Yin, Minister of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change (MESTECC) by #Liberasi and the Malaysian Nuclear Society, urging her that Malaysia should […]

Will Malaysia Yield To Lobbyists and Adopt Nuclear Power? (Part 2)

By Charles F. Moreira, Editor The same day Part 1 of this article was published, a petition was published on the #Liberasi (Hashtag Liberasi) website, urging the Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change (MESTECC) to allow the Malaysian Nuclear Power Corporation (MNPC), due to be closed down by the end of 2019, […]

JBIX Sets Up Second Node in JB

Johor Bahru Internet Exchange (JBIX), the second Internet Exchange in Malaysia, shares that they will be expanding to the second Point of Presence node (PoP) location in Johor Bahru to accommodate rising peering requests. The JB2 data centre, the newest addition to Open DC’s list of connectivity hub offerings is ideally suited to service providers and […]

Will Malaysia Yield To Lobbyists and Adopt Nuclear Power? (Part 1)

By Charles F. Moreira, Editor Whilst Malaysia’s Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohammed has categorically rejected Malaysia’s adoption of nuclear power as part of its energy mix, however there are interest groups which are still lobbying the government to adopt nuclear power – purporting that since nuclear reactors do not emit carbon dioxide, believed to […]

Tun M meets Robot Sophia

It’s not every day that you see the normally garrulous MalaysianPrime Minister Mahathir Mohamad speechless, but that is exactly what happened when he met Sophia for the first time. The 94-year-old seemed at a loss for words when he was faced with the “social humanoid” robot. To read more SOURCE: South China Morning Post (16)

New Highest Traffic Peak Point Recorded – MyIX

Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX), also known as ‘Persatuan Pengendali Internet Malaysia’ – a non-profit initiative by the Government of Malaysia, and the largest Internet Exchange (IX) in Malaysia, shares that just over five months into Year 2019, the MyIX network recorded a new highest traffic peak point of 412 Gbps in May 2019. This is […]

Malaysia’s Industrial Production Index Grows by 4%, Credit Rating at A- 

The country’s  industrial production index (IPI) for May 2019 rose 4.0% from a year earlier. Info Note: Industrial production index (IPI) is a measure of factory output in the manufacturing, mining and electricity generating sectors. Minister of Finance Lim Guan Eng, shared that from January till May 2019, Malaysia’s IPI grew 3.2% compared to the corresponding period last year. Meanwhile […]


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Celebrus and HELP to build blockchain lab

The strategic collaboration between HELP University and Celebrus Advisory will cover a few key areas including a proprietary Blockchain Lab within the campus to facilitate Blockchain related projects, experiments and engagements across the different faculties in HELP; as well as a certifiable Blockchain course on HELP’s e-learning platform that can be remotely accessible by students […]


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