KUALA LUMPUR: Although previously close to securing between RM2 billion and RM3 billion worth of financing for its Lifestyle Quarter in the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) development, TRX City Sdn Bhd and its joint-venture (JV) partner Lendlease Corp Ltd appear to be having difficulties locking down funding.
According to sources, six banks had initially pledged their support for the 17-acre (6.88ha) mixed development, including local giants Malayan Banking Bhd and CIMB Group Bhd as well as several foreign-owned banks such as HSBC Bank Malaysia Bhd and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia.
TresGo provides a warehouse in Malaysia and helps online sellers store and deliver products to customers. They utilise a system that automates and streamlines orders between different marketplaces and their website.
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This week, OpenAI published an analysis that documents an explosion in compute power over the past six years, which is driving advances in artificial intelligence. Compute power used in the largest AI training runs, the piece found, has doubled every 3.5 months since 2012. The breakdown of compute power necessary to create well-known AI systems like ResNets […]