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Spotlight on National ICT Month 2010

b>SERI KEMBANGAN/b>: Malaysia is on track to meet its targeted 50% broadband penetration by the end of this year. in keeping with the National Broadband Plan.

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No danger from broadband infrastructure

b>KUANTAN/b>: The Pahang state assembly was told that broadband infrastructure, including at children's playgrounds, is according to international procedures and standards.

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Seven libraries link up over the Internet

b>KUCHING/b>: The Sarawak Library is working with six other libraries in the country under the Ubiquitous Library Pilot Project or 'U-Library,' which is expected to be launched in July.

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Sirim learning programme a hit

b>TEMERLOH/b>: Sirim Bhd's information and communications technology (ICT) based learning programme, codenamed 'Sirim Pintar-Learning' has received positive response from the participating schools, Science, Technology and Innovation Minister Datuk Seri Dr Maximus Ongkili said.

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More skilful grads with Big Blue’s help

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: IBM Corp strengthened its partnership with HeiTech Padu Bhd and Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) with the launch of Malaysia's first Academic Initiative On-Campus Centre-of-Excellence.

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Varsity deploys Oracle technology

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bUniversiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP), a leading engineering and technical university, has deployed the Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC) as part of its technology infrastructure.

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Malaysia important to RIM

b>PETALING JAYA:/bMaker of the BlackBerry smartphone, Research in Motion (RIM), sees Malaysia playing a key role in its plans for continued investment and growth in the region.

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Making virtual libraries more vibrant

Plans are afoot to facilitate knowledge sharing through a virtual library network called U-Pustaka.

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Green energy is overhead and underfoot

As the country tries to keep its pledge to cut carbon emissions by 40%, two local companies are paving the way for renewable energy.

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Strong roots keep you steady

INTERNING at the Centre for Orang Asli Concern helped Puah Sze Ning appreciate the culture of the indigenous people, as well as her own.