Henderson Cyber is seeking partnerships with technology companies as well as business opportunities in other areas of Greater China. Its losses in the second quarter to December 31 widened to HK$14.72 million from HK$12.85 million in the previous quarter. Turnover rose to HK$5.14 million in the quarter from HK$1.47 million in the previous period. The Growth Enterprise Market-listed company said it was exploring a range of partnerships and alliances with leading tech companies to accelerate access to technologies and further enhance the relationship with the large customer bases of Henderson Group and Hong Kong & China Gas. Henderson Cyber is the Internet and technology arm of property developer Henderson Group. The Internet solution provider said it was looking for opportunities in other areas of Greater China to accelerate its entry into those markets. However, it did not give more detail on its expansion plans. The company recorded interest income of HK$12.99 million from the HK$900 million raised from its listing in June. Stripping out the interest income, Henderson Cyber's net loss for the three months to December 31 would be HK$27.71 million. The company earned a total of HK$25.67 million interest income in the second half following its listing in June. Henderson Cyber's three key businesses are: iCare.com, which will offer set-top boxes for lease allowing users to access the Internet via television sets; its data centre business; and the development of its Hong Kong wireless fixed telecommunications network service, Eastar. It is a joint venture between Henderson Investment and associate Hong Kong & China Gas.