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Solid clientele base: AIMS Cyberjaya is known for its data centre that hosts all domestic and more than 80 foreign telco carriers, apart from local Internet and communication service providers.

WITH a stream of global uncertainties coming into play, it is inevitably tough for companies here to have foreign market access and grow market share.

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation’s (MDEC) Global Acceleration and Innovation Network (GAIN) programme may be the much needed impetus in times such as this, as it is designed to catalyse Malaysian tech companies that have the potential to be global tech icons.

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