Using technology to give real estate market an edge


Ngan Choy and Li (second and third from left) in a discussion with Joe (right) and Liu after the MOU signing ceremony.

PROPERTY developer NCT Group of Companies (NCT Group) and Huawei Technologies Malaysia Sdn Bhd signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to cooperate on smart campus technology for NCT’s property development projects.

The MOU signing took place at Huawei’s customer solution innovation centre in the presence of NCT Group founder Datuk Seri Yap Ngan Choy and Huawei Malaysia Enterprise Business Group vice-president David Li.

It was witnessed by NCT Group co-founder Datuk Joe Yap Fook Choy and Huawei Ecosystem Cooperation, Public Affairs and Communication director Oliver Liu.

Ngan Choy said, “We are indeed very happy and excited with this milestone collaboration with Huawei which will pave the way for NCT to further embrace a fully connected development and technology solutions in our various projects.”

Among NCT’s upcoming projects are the Grand Ion Majestic in Genting Highlands, as well as various developments in Melaka, including Ion Forte Green City, a mixed development in the historic Ayer Keroh Country Club and the rehabilitation of the Melaka Planetarium.

“Tourism property development is a big market which NCT has excelled in and this partnership with Huawei will take the group’s innovation to a whole new level, ” added Ngan Choy.

Li said: “This collaboration will not only put Huawei at the forefront of the real estate market but also the tourism industry. We are excited to expand our reach and presence alongside NCT Group.

“We have plenty to offer in this development including ICT technology, 5G spectrum and artificial intelligence for buyers and residents to enjoy.”

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