Malaysia's mranti stepping up pace to accelerate 5g
In driving enterprise 5G adoption forward, the Malaysian
Research Accelerator for Technology and Innovation (MRANTI) brought together 20 key stakeholders to discuss pertinent issues, as well as to
connect and collaborate on initiatives to progress the design, development and
deployment of industry and enterprise 5G innovations in order to raise
With Malaysia’s ambition to raise its competitiveness and be
a regional leader in 5G, new 5G enabled ports, smart hospitals, automated
vehicles, smart manufacturing facilities and more must be designed from today,
especially as neighbouring countries have already deployed such
industry-focussed solutions to market.
“As many enterprises fast-track their
digitalisation plans, we want to offer the right enabling environment – beyond
infrastructure and technologies, for them to realise the full value of 5G,”
said Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO, MRANTI at a special roundtable discussion held at
MRANTI Park today.
“With pressures to accelerate
innovation whilst inking revenue for new products and services, enterprise 5G
implementations must demonstrate positive financial outcomes with confidence –
and cross-sector collaborations offer a good way forward.
“At MRANTI, we connect innovators,
researchers and businesses with resources and capabilities to drive better
return on innovation. Beyond the hardware, partners and stakeholders –
including telcos, government, corporate innovators, technical experts, academia
and civil society – play an important role to incubate andcatalyse innovations for a more enriching