Malaysia has long had all the ingredients to be an ASEAN data centre hub but loses ouy on a key ingredient which is connectivity, which is very, very cheap in Singapore says Henrick Choo of NTT Ltd Malaysia.
The first of its kind outside of China, the centre aims to help startups grow in Malaysia and train new local professionals.
On the back of higher revenue from data centre and data product groups, the Malaysian internet provider is seeing continued, resilient growth despite the pandemic.
Tencent Cloud, the cloud business of Tencent, has launch its first data centre in Indonesia, further emphasising its commitment to addressing the growing business needs in Indonesia and Asia.
The MyDigital initiative has given conditional approvals for large and international companies to provide hybrid cloud services but local players are calling for larger local representation
107,000 square-feet data centre is designed to meet the requirements of hyperscalers and higher-end enterprises, coming right at the time of increased digitalisation in Malaysia due to Covid-19.
With incentives from Cyberview, Malaysian data centre provider to build two new data centres at the tech hub, set to begin early 2021.
Higher demand driven by upgrades to infrastructure by telco companies Also seeing more edge computing, and more digitisation of companies
11% Y-o-Y revenue recorded across all core product & core customer groups Consolidated PBT grew to US$77mil, 100% network availability a key priority
Consolidated Group revenue grew 12% year-on-year Growth recorded across all core product & core customer groups