Chiew Kok Hin
AIMS Cyberjaya Sdn Bhd said it has been appointed by Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC) through an open tender to lead and deliver the ‘Inter-Data Centre Network’ initiative.
Carrier-neutral data services provider AIMS Group has achieved global compliance in payment security, adhering to the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) Version 2.0.
The Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX) said that for the first six months of 2014, the aggregated Internet bandwidth consumption in Malaysia increased by 105% to a total of 306,970 Mbps.
Carrier-neutral data services provider AIMS Group has signed a long-term anchor tenancy at Menara Aik Hua, the 18-storey building that has housed its headquarters for the past 14 years, renaming it Menara AIMS.
The AIMS Group (AIMS) has announced a strategic alliance with IBM, to roll out the technology vendor’s Managed Security Services (MSS) in Malaysia.
The AIMS Group and INTI International University & Colleges have announced a joint partnership under the ‘INTI Corporate Partner’ initiative to provide the latter’s students with more industry-specific programmes.
Malaysia’s Internet traffic consumption has increased by 51% in the last 12 months, to a total amount of 349,277 Mbps, according to the latest statistics released by the Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX).
Members of the regional Asia Data Centre Alliance (ADCA), who met recently in Bangkok, will partner to offer multinationals in the region a world-class remote accessibility service that would enable direct, multicity connectivity through its five members’ data centres located across Asia.
AIMS Group has announced a partnership with China Telecom which will see the Malaysian company reselling the latter’s premium IP routes and data centre capacity to local corporations seeking to expand into various Chinese cities.
The Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX) said it will be investing up to RM3.7 million (US$1.2 million) to increase the bandwidth capacity of its central nodes’ interconnection in the Klang Valley from 10 gigabits per second (Gbps) to 40 Gbps.