The fifth generation of networking technology is here. Experience super-fast speeds, ultra-reliable, low-latency connectivity and massive bandwidth, powered by 5G technology that will bring entirely new possibilities to the way Malaysians live, work and play.
We’re future-ready, and the best of 5G comes from us, building on it together.
Introducing the 5G OpenLab, Malaysia’s first of its kind 5G-powered collaborative space open for all academics, universities, start-ups, developers, and businesses to trial and explore infinite possibilities with 5G. Located in the heart of Cyberjaya, the Capital of Creation, the 5G OpenLab serves to advance new technology solutions to create smart cities, boost mobility, enhance healthcare, improve education, and more.
If you’re an innovator with a case or prototype that will benefit from 5G’s super high-speed, massive bandwidth, and ultra-low latency connectivity, here’s the opportunity to test your technology. Come, build Malaysia’s 5G ecosystem together with us today.
Got a question? Write to us at 5Gopenlab@cyberview.com.my.
Stream seamlessly in HD while you’re on the move, or access your home appliances remotely and in real-time. Multitask with multiple devices in crowded areas with zero connectivity delay.
With the incredible capability of 5G, businesses can improve on productivity and precision with automation and no more downtimes. Advance digital healthcare with remote diagnosis and make cities smarter and safer with IoT.
5G will be one of the main catalysts to technological advancement across various verticals and industries. The telecommunications sector in Malaysia has collectively invested a total of RM116 million into a series of 5G Demonstration Projects (5GDP), spearheaded by the Multimedia Commission (MCMC). The demo projects aim to explore 5G use cases across these 9 verticals:
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