The Multimedia Super Corridor

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The Multimedia Super Corridor

A Model for Fostering Economic Growth and
Development using IT


World Trade Organization

Information Technology Symposium

Geneva, July 16, 1999

Presentation by



Mohd. Salleh Masduki

Multimedia Development Corporation

Malaysia

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TOPICS

1.

NEW FORCES IN PLAY

2.

CREATING THE IDEAL MULTIMEDIA
ENVIRONMENT

3.

RESPONSE FROM WORLD CLASS
COMPANIES

4.

CATALYZING LOCAL COMPANIES

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Globalization and the Information Age

Driven by

Technology Change

Economic Liberalization

The natural barriers of time, space and form have disappeared

In a knowledge economy and borderless world


both opportunities and challenges abound

Digitalization + Convergence
+ Microprocessor technology
+ Interactive broadband +
Internet

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Continuously declining costs
and increasing speed of
communication and computing

Economic liberalization,
deregulation

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freer global capital and trade
flows

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New Forces for Gaining Competitive Edge

New Forces

Moore’s Law

Metcalfe’s Law

Coase’s Theory of Transaction Cost

Creation of the Digital/Knowledge Economy


Transistor Density in a Chip
Doubles Every 18 months

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Computer Power Doubles
Every 18 months

The Utility Value of a Network
is the Square of the Number of
Users in the Network

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Coase’s Theory of Transaction Cost

A company will grow to the point where the cost of
performing a task in
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house is equal to the cost of
doing the job in the open market.

Transaction cost is dramatically reduced with the
use of Information and Communications
Technologies.

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Coase’s Theory of Transaction Cost

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Internet
Cost
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$0.68

$0.27

$0.10

US$

Banking Transaction Cost

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Results from the 3 Key Forces

Moore’s Law

Metcalfe’s Law

Coase’s Theory of Transaction Cost


Breakdown of the
Natural Barriers of Time,
Space and Form

Disrupts


Customer relationships


Distribution networks


Competitor behaviour


Economies of size and
scale


Killer

Applications

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1.

THE ECONOMIC FACTOR

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HOW DO WE SUSTAIN
OUR GROWTH TOWARDS 2020?

2.

THE SOCIAL FACTOR

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HOW DO WE ENSURE
EQUITABLE AND EFFICIENT ACCESS TO PUBLIC
GOODS, SERVICES AND INFORMATION?

3.

THE GLOBAL FACTOR

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HOW DO WE DEAL
EFFECTIVELY WITH THE FORCES OF
GLOBALIZATION AND BECOME A SIGNIFICANT
CONTRIBUTOR TO THE INFORMATION AGE?

THE MSC SOUGHT TO ANSWER A NUMBER OF
CRITICAL QUESTIONS FACING THE NATION

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Create

the ideal multimedia
environment to attract world
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class companies to use as a hub

Catalyze a highly competitive cluster
of Malaysian multimedia/IT companies
that become world
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class over time

Leapfrog into
success in the
Information
Age

Go Global

Lead
Regional

Create value from
Information Age
businesses

LEAPFROGGING MALAYSIA’S DEVELOPMENT

Enhance
domestic
productivity

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MSC boundary

PETALING JAYA

KLCC

KLIA

AIRPORT CITY

Technology
Park

PUTRAJAYA

KL Tower

“Multimedia Utopia”


15x50 km garden corridor
south of downtown Kuala
Lumpur


Special cyberlaws, policies
and practices tailored to
enable residents to achieve
the full promise of
multimedia


World
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class physical infra
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structure and next
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generation 2.5
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10 Gb
multimedia network


A one
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stop shop to facilitate
investment
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the MDC

CYBERJAYA

MALAYSIA’S RESPONSE
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THE MSC
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NOT JUST
ANOTHER TECHNOLOGY PARK

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1996

2020

Leapfrog
into
leadership
in the
Information
Age

Transform
Malaysia into a
knowledge
society

Phase 3

Phase 2

Link the MSC to
other cybercities
in Malaysia and
worldwide


1 Corridor


50 world
-
class
companies


Launch 7 flagship
applications


World
-
leading
framework of
cyberlaws


Cyberjaya as world
-
leading intelligent city

Milestones


Web of corridors


250 world
-
class
companies


Set global standards in
flagship applications


Harmonized global
framework of cyberlaws


4
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5 intelligent cities
linked to other global
cybercities


All of Malaysia


500 world
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class
companies


Global test
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bed for new
multimedia applications


International CyberCourt
of Justice in MSC


12 intelligent cities
linked to global
information highway

Phase 1

Successfully create
the Multimedia Super
Corridor

THE MSC VISION: FROM HERE TO 2020

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The Government of Malaysia commits the
following to MSC Status Companies

1.

Provide a world
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class physical and
information infrastructure

2.

Allow unrestricted employment of
knowledge workers

3.

Ensure freedom of ownership

4.

Allow freedom of sourcing capital
globally for MSC infrastructure
and freedom of borrowing funds

5.

Provide competitive financial
incentives including no income tax
or an investment tax allowance for
up to ten years and no duties on
the import of multimedia
equipment

6.

Become a regional leader in
intellectual property protection and
cyberlaws

7.

Ensure no censorship of Internet

8.

Provide globally competitive
telecoms tariffs

9.

Tender key MSC infrastructure
contracts to leading companies
willing to use MSC as their regional
hub

10.

Provide a high powered
implementation agency to act as an
effective one
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stop super
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shop

THE MSC BILL OF GUARANTEES

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CYBERLAWS

Telemedicine Act

Electronic

Government Law

Digital
Signature Act

Amendments to the
Copyright Act 1987

Computer
Crimes Act

Communications &
Multimedia Act


STATUS

Enforced 1st Oct.1998.
Controller of Certification
Authority appointed

Enforced 1st April 1999.
Commission
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appointed
1st Nov. 1998

All passed by
Parliament
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1997.

Yet to be enforced

In the process of being
drafted

Soft Infrastructure

Cyberlaws
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Current Status

Enforced 1st April1999

Data

Protection Law

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R&D
cluster



Borderless
marketing
center

Chinese

Bahasa

English

Japanese


Telemedicine


Worldwide
manufacturing
web


World
-
first
multipurpose
card



Connection

Optical

Magnetic

Contact

Contactless

2

0

2

0


Electronic
government


Smart
schools

THE FLAGSHIP APPLICATIONS WILL PROVIDE
OPPORTUNITIES FOR WEB
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BASED COLLABORATION

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DESIGNATED CYBERCITIES


JULY 1999

KUALA LUMPUR TOWER

KUALA LUMPUR

CITY CENTRE

TECHNOLOGY

PARK MALAYSIA

CYBERJAYA (MSC HQ)

KLIA

Cyberjaya

Putrajaya

UPM Incubation Center

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Attractive Living Environment in Cyberjaya:

Completed and Planned Projects


July 1999

Amenities

City Command Centre

Cyberpark

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VILLAGE

Entertainment Village

Housing

60 apartment units available

818 residential units ready by 2000

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NTT MSC Center

2nd largest NTT R&D

facility outside Japan

Multimedia University

3,000 students admitted

TM Cyberjaya Central

State
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of the
-
art exchange enabling quality broad
band services

Central Incubator

Capacity:

45,000 sf

Taken:

36,000 sf

Creating Ideal Multimedia Environment in
Cyberjaya: Completed Projects


July 1999

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MSC Status Companies
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Participating Countries
(as at July 1 ,1999)

USA
9%
Canada
1%
Europe
12%
Japan
4%
Others
8%
Local
43%
Foreign JV
2%
JV with local
21%
Total Approved Applications: 228

Total Number of Applications: 288

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MSC

Status Companies By Activity


(as at July I,1999)

Telecoms 13%
Heavy Users 3%
Training/Edu 3%
Content 17%
System Integ
15%
Electronics 5%
Post
Prod/Animation/
Film 8%
Software 36%
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Critical ingredients for
creating Malaysian
Technoprenuers

Venture Capital/
Financing

Incubation
Centres

Market Access

HRD/Training

R&D Grant

Incentives

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TECHNOLOGY FOCUS OF 122 MALAYSIAN

MSC
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STATUS SMES


Software Development

33


E
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Commerce


17




Telecommunications

10


Content Creation &

14
Training


Production/Post Production 12
Animation/Broadcasting



Internet Publishing 9


Systems Integration


7


Smart Card Solutions

5


Virtual Reality

3


Telemedicine


2


Chip Design


2


Authentication/ 2
Encryption Technologies


Remote Storage & Retrieval 2


Remote Energy 1

Management Systems



GIS


1


Borderless Marketing


1


DVD


1

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MSC Flagship Webs
Smart
schools
World’s first
multipurpose card
Singapore
Australasia
Japan
Philippines
Taiwan
Europe/ Scandinavia
South Asia
Electronic
Government
R&D cluster
BUILDING GLOBAL BRIDGES THROUGH 7 FLAGSHIP
APPLICATIONS
Borderless
marketing center
Worldwide
manufacturing web
Tele-
medicine
Africa
North America
South America
Indonesia
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.…Thank you….

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