Gamuda Land partners Huawei in 5G project


In a statement, Gamuda Land said residents and visitors would be well-connected within the 600-hectare township in Southern Klang Valley, envisioned to be a nature sanctuary and smart city.

KUALA LUMPUR: Property developer Gamuda Land Sdn Bhd plans to incorporate 5G connectivity into its Gamuda Cove township with smart devices and artificial intelligence experience, in collaboration with information and communications technology solutions provider, Huawei Malaysia.

In a statement, Gamuda Land said residents and visitors would be well-connected within the 600-hectare township in Southern Klang Valley, envisioned to be a nature sanctuary and smart city.

“Gamuda Land has mindfully incorporated virtual connectivity into Gamuda Cove’s master plan at the onset of planning, backed by over 25 years of experience in town-making, ” it said. — Bernama

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