w00t, what a news! Yes, Hewlett-Packard (hereafter known as HP) are going to build a new “campus”. From the news circulated, approximately 4000 jobs will be generated after the opening of new “campus” which is scheduled to be completed in 2010. Indeed, it is definitely a good news to Malaysian, more IT jobs and more knowledge transfer would be available.
It seems that I have another reason to stay in HP :)
HEWLETT Packard (HP), firma teknologi maklumat (IT) terbesar di dunia, akan membina pusat pembangunan yang berkonsepkan kampus di Cyberjaya, hujung tahun ini.
Naib Presiden Eksekutif dan Ketua Pegawai Penerangan HP, Randy Mott, berkata kampus itu yang akan kendalikan anak syarikatnya, Hewlett-Packard (M) Sdn Bhd dengan kerjasama Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) akan dibina di tapak 25.6 hektar.
CYBERJAYA: Hewlett-Packard (HP), the world’s largest technology company, is poised to expand its local presence with its new 60-acre campus here.
Executive vice-president and chief information officer Randy Mott said HP’s investment was expected to generate up to 4,000 job opportunities for knowledge workers over the next 10 years.
“This campus will be the largest facility of its kind and the single largest investment by a multinational technology leader in Malaysia,” Mott said after the unveiling of its campus yesterday.
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.
CYBERJAYA, Oct 8 (Bernama) — Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said the investment by Hewlett-Packard (HP) to build a 24-hectare campus in Cyberjaya is a vote of confidence in the Malaysian economy, given the current global uncertainties, particularly in the financial market.
Najib, who is also Finance Minister, said it was also a vote of confidence in Malaysia’s strong fundamentals and its continued attractiveness as a preferred location for foreign direct investments (FDI).
He said it was not just any FDI, but the kind of investments that would create high-quality job opportunities and harness the innovative capacity and talents of bright young Malaysians as well as knowledge workers from around the world.