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|Hong Kong Cyberport|
Cyberport 1 and 2
Hong Kong, China
|Owner||Hong Kong SAR Government|
|Management||Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited|
|Design and construction|
Cyberport (Chinese: 數碼港) describes itself as a "creative digital community" with a cluster of technology and digital content tenants. It is owned and managed by Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited which is wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government. Cyberport consists of four office buildings, a hotel, and a retail entertainment complex.
In 1999, the Hong Kong government announced the intention to develop the Cyberport which would help local businesses capitalize on the rapid growth of the Internet. Cyberport was intended as a place where the development of information technology and multimedia would be nurtured so that the demands of these industries could be met in the future. It was also hoped that this development would help the HKSAR's economy rebound after the 1997 Asian financial crisis.
Three private and wholly owned companies, namely, Hong Kong Cyberport Development Holdings Limited, Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited and Hong Kong Cyberport (Ancillary Development) Limited (collectively referred to as the “Cyberport Companies”) have been set up under the Financial Secretary Incorporated (FSI) to oversee the implementation of the project.
The Cyberport also houses one incubation facility for ICT startups called Entrepreneurship Centre providing office space, financial aid package,training, micro fund and network access to the investment community. Incubatees and micro fund grantees have varied degrees of success.
The construction of the Cyberport portion which consists of four office buildings, The Arcade and Le Meridien Cyberport Hotel was completed in phases between 2002 and 2004 to provide altogether about 100,000 square metres of grade-A office space to accommodate 100-plus IT and related companies.
The construction of the residential portion which consists of approximate 2,800 units or houses was completed in phases between 2004 and 2008.
Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Ltd (HKCMCL) is responsible for the development, operation and management of the Cyberport project.
|Chairman:||Mr. Paul CHOW Man-yiu|
|Chief Executive Officer:||Mr. Herman LAM Heung-yeung|
|Chief Operating Officer:||Mr. Mark O. CLIFT|
Services and facilities
IT and telecom
- 1-10 Gbit/s Internal Private Network (IPN)
- 120 Channels Satellite Master Antenna Television System (SMATV)
- Fibre and Copper Blockwiring (BW)
- IP Telephony and Unified Messaging System (UMS)
- Network Operations Centre (NOC)
- Tenant Central Data Exchange (CDX)
- Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)
- Cyberport Conference and Exhibition Centre
- Technology Centre
- Entrepreneurship Centre & Connect-Space @ Cyberport
- Mobility Experience Centre
- Smart-Space @ Cyberport
- The Arcade 
- Le Meridien Cyberport Hotel
- Fitness Centre - GoGYM
- "Cyberport website". Cyberport.hk. Retrieved 2012-04-03.
- Sailfish Alliance - Cyberport Hongkong is one the partners in the Sailfish Alliance.
- Jolla - In Cyberport Hongkong the Jolla company has located its R&D Centre
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