Malaysia is a mature information centre market with a robust presence in Southeast Asia. Tan Tze Meng, Head of Knowledge Cloud Enterprise Unit, Digital Infrastructure and Providers Division, Malaysia Digital Financial system Company (MDEC), acknowledged on the Malaysian Cloud & Datacenter Conference 2021 that MDEC has been monitoring and monitoring the efficiency of Malaysia's information centre and cloud trade since 2010. In accordance with their statistics, trade revenues have reached RM1.7 billion, and that is anticipated to proceed at a 20% development charge till 2024. The truth is, Malaysia is already seeing firms which can be accelerating the development of knowledge centres in 2021:
- Bridge Knowledge Centres introduced an enlargement of its footprint to Malaysia in February 2021, with the information centre in Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
- Microsoft introduced cloud area funding in Malaysia with former Prime Minister Tan Sri Dato' Haji Mahiaddin bin Md. Yasin in April 2021.
- GDS Holdings additionally introduced a large-scale hyperscale information centre campus in Johor in July 2021.
- Bridge Knowledge Centres has introduced the event of a 100MW hyperscale information centre campus in Johor, Malaysia.
Malaysia developed the primary cloud coverage as a nationwide agenda in 2017, and it was authorized in 2020 in a coverage framework for nationwide cloud providers hubs and information centres.» Read more from datastorageasean.com