Bridge Data Centres Expand Footprint At MRANTI Park

  • The expansion will add 48 MW to the  IT power capacity
  • In total, the BDC’s MY03 will provide a total IT power capacity of 64MW

(L to R) Khairil Anuar Sadat Salleh, MRANTI Chief Commercial Officer; Dzuleira Abu Bakar, MRANTI Chief Executive Officer; Dz Shing Lim, President, Bridge Data Centres; Shan Shan Ng, Associate Director, Asset Management, Bridge Data Centres.

Asia Pacific data centre solutions provider, Bridge Data Centres (BDC), has announced plans to expand its hyperscale data centre campus, MY03, located at MRANTI Park, Kuala Lumpur. This strategic move will add 48 MW of IT power, further bolstering services for hyperscalers and enterprises in Malaysia and throughout the Asia Pacific.

In agreement with the Malaysian Research Accelerator for Technology & Innovation (MRANTI), BDC is set to develop three buildings along with a 132kV substation within MRANTI Park. This expansion will take MY03's total IT power capacity to 64 MW.

“We recently launched the country’s national testbed for 5G through the government-led MRANTI 5G Experience Centre to fast-track new innovations in a more enriching data-driven future. Today, we are excited to announce the expansion of Bridge Data Centres within MRANTI Park, aligning perfectly with MRANTI Park’s expansion strategy,” said Dzuleira Abu Bakar, CEO of MRANTI.

“Our expansion in Kuala Lumpur further strengthens BDC’s position as Asia Pacific’s data centre solutions leader. I would like to express my appreciation to MIDA, MRANTI and MDEC for their support,” said Dz Shing Lim, President of Bridge Data Centres.

The signing ceremony was held in Kuala Lumpur and was witnessed by Dzuleira; Khairil Anuar Sadat Salleh, CCO of MRANTI; and Dz Shing Lim.


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