Technology Park Malaysia

Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) is a science park located in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for research and development of knowledge-based industries.[2] Its total land area of 750 acres (3.0 km2), comprises 13 buildings each with specific functions. It is in phase 1 of implementation.[3]

Technology Park Malaysia
Taman Teknologi Malaysia
Established 1995[1]
Location Malaysia Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Area 750 acres (3.0 km2)
Technology Park Malaysia Corporation Sdn Bhd
TypeGovernment-linked company
Founded1996
HeadquartersLevel 5, Enterprise 4, Technology Park Malaysia, 57000 Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Key people
Datuk Abdul Razak Abdul Rahman, Chairman Dzuleira Abu Bakar, Chief Executive Officer
ParentMinister of Finance Incorporated
Websitewww.tpm.com.my

Since its establishment, it provides support services, technology and R&D capability to stimulate the growth of science, technology and innovation. This includes rental of incubator premises to scientist, researchers, technopreneurs and SMEs, and lease of land parcels for technology knowledge-based companies. TPM also provides technology and business incubation programs including business mentoring and coaching services, marketing and financial consulting, technology and business forums, workshops and business matching.

Other services include technology commercialization assistance to support to the commercialization of technology, including advisory and consultancy of technology transfer, project management, strategic management counsel, market research and opportunity analysis, and professional development programs.

SubsidiariesEdit

  • TPM Engineering Sdn Bhd
  • TPM Nexus Sdn Bhd
  • TPM IT Sdn Bhd

List of companies in TPMEdit

Facilities & ServicesEdit

  • Co-working space
  • Conference Area
  • Small to medium scale meeting rooms
  • Auditoriums
  • Multi-function exhibition area
  • Gymnasium
  • Indoor and outdoor game facilities
  • Technoflex (Recreation Centre)
  • High speed internet
  • Cafes and food court
  • Auxiliary Police surveillance
  • Ample parking space
  • Medical clinics

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Renuka, Mahadevan (2007). Sustainable Growth and Economic Development: A Case Study of Malaysia. Edward Elgar Publishing. p. 95. ISBN 9781847203618. Retrieved June 10, 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Saad, Mohammad; Girma, Zawdie (2011). Theory and Practice of Triple Helix Model in Developing Countries. Taylor & Francis. p. 237. ISBN 9781136876066. Retrieved June 10, 2012. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ Malaysia Information and Communication Technology (Retrieved on June 6, 2012)
  4. ^ Astro Broadcast Centre (Retrieved on June 6, 2012)
  5. ^ Asia Pacific University Maps & Directions (Retrieved on June 20, 2016)
  6. ^ MIMOS location (Retrieved on June 6, 2012)
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