Huawei and international energy services group Serba Dinamik have partnered up to jointly establish a digital industry and smart campuses in Malaysia.
The digital industry will include a digital platform for education, a smart living ecosystem and automation for manufacturing.
We believe we will be able to drive ubiquitous connectivity, and bring cloud and AI Solutions to every corner of Malaysia, reaching the previously unreached,” said Michael Yuan, CEO of Huawei Malaysia.
Huawei and Serba Dinamik signed an agreement on Friday 25 September to establish go-to-market programs for enterprise digital transformation and design cloud-based connectivity device solutions for commercial deployment.
These solutions include a cutting-edge combination of cloud computing, IoT technologies, big data analysis and AI, bringing digital transformation to the oil and gas industry as well as setting up smart industry areas in Sarawak and Johor.
“Our Cloud and AI will provide easy to use platforms and a solid technological foundation for Serba Dinamik and Huawei to jointly develop digital solutions,” said Mr. Yuan, adding that partnerships like these are crucial for the success of such initiatives.
As a result of the agreement, Huawei and Serba Dinamik will collaborate as technology partners towards realising their vision for the ICT sector in Malaysia.
“This is an exciting time for Serba Dinamik as we continue our international expansion plan. We are developing a strong foothold in the region and this agreement is an important step for us as we further establish our presence in Asia,” said Dato’ Mohd Abdul Karim Bin Abdullah, the CEO of Serba Dinamik.
The Vice President of Investment Development at the Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation, Hew Wee Choong, hailed the collaboration between both companies as key to providing the support that businesses now need to overcome this new era of disruption during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“As the world is now more appreciative of what digital transformation can do to push forward economic development, it is now more apparent that industries and organisations need to be digitally transformed if they want to be more agile, efficient, dynamic and competitive,” said Mr. Hew.
Mr. Hew added that partnerships like these are in line with MDEC’s goals to establish and grow a vibrant local digital ecosystem and reinforce Malaysia’s role as the digital heart of ASEAN.
Just last week, Huawei also announced a synergy ecosystem between cloud, artificial intelligence and Internet of Things in Thailand to boost digital transformation in the country.