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
With a new data centre on the horizon, Tan Jee Yee explores how NTT sets itself apart from other data centres.
Designed to meet requirements of hyperscalers and high-end enterprises Will meet BNM guidelines for Risk Management in Technology for financial institutions
Telco records growth recorded across all core customer groups.
With the Ascend 910 processor and MindSpore framework, Huawei shows that it won’t be fazed by the restrictions placed upon them by the US government
Princeton Digital Group commits US$100 million of growth capital.