Digistar launches new security system


By Liz Lee

KUALA LUMPUR: Digistar Corp Bhd has officially launched its newly developed security system 'Panther 911', which is a state of the art Central Monitoring System Command Centre. 

Digistar is targeting to have 500,000 subscribers within the next five years. 

Panther 911 will start contributing from Digistar's financial year ending Sep 31, 2014, which is in line with Digistar's strategy of increasing its recurring income. 

Separately Digistar has also started works on the construction of the RM240mil Malaysian National Technology Advancement Centre in Alor Gajah, Melaka under the Private Finance Initiative scheme. 

Upon completion, Digistar will provide facility management services for the next 15 years.


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