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  2. MSC Malaysia - Wikipedia

    The Multimedia Super Corridor is a government-designated zone in designed to leapfrog Malaysia into the information and knowledge age. It aims to attract companies with temporary tax breaks and facilities such as high-speed Internet access and proximity to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport .

  3. Talk:MSC Malaysia - Wikipedia

    Multimedia Super Corridor is no more. Now the official name is MSC Malaysia. I need somebody who know to change the redirect the page title to MSC Malaysia. Thanks. Escabyte 16:57, 15 August 2007 (UTC) [ reply] multimedia in various field [ edit] how multimedia technology can be use in health, education,and business?

  4. Multimedia University - Wikipedia

    Multimedia University, abbreviated as MMU, is the oldest and first ever full-fledged private research university in Malaysia and a government-linked university as it is owned by Telekom Malaysia. It was founded in 1997, so it is considered a young medium university with a concentration in technology and multimedia disciplines.

  5. Malaysian Federal Roads System - Wikipedia

    Malaysian Federal Roads System ( Malay: Sistem Jalan Persekutuan Malaysia ), is the main national road network in Malaysia. All Federal Roads in Malaysia are under the purview of the Ministry of Works (MOW).

  6. Kuala Lumpur International Airport - Wikipedia

    It was created as part of the Multimedia Super Corridor, a grand development plan for Malaysia. The chief architect who designed the new airport terminal was the Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa. [4] Upon KLIA's completion, Subang Airport's Terminal 1 building was demolished.

  7. Cyberjaya - Wikipedia

    Cyberjaya - Wikipedia Cyberjaya Cyberjaya (a portmanteau of cyber and Putrajaya) is a city with a science park as the core that forms a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor in Malaysia. It is located in Sepang District, Selangor. Cyberjaya is adjacent to, and developed along with Putrajaya, Malaysia's government seat.

  8. Malaysian National Projects - Wikipedia

    Multimedia Super Corridor Bakun Dam Malaysia–Singapore Second Link National Sports Complex Double tracking and electrification of Rawang–Ipoh train line Menara Alor Star Kuala Lumpur Sentral (KL Sentral) 2000–2009 [ edit] KL Monorail Express Rail Link Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART Tunnel) Southern International Gateway