Bridge Data Centres announces New Data Centre in Malaysia
Bridge Data Centres, one of the region’s key data centre service providers, headquartered in Singapore, has announced that its new data centre (MY06), the largest of its kind in Malaysia, is underway in Johor, with Phase 1 set for service towards the end of 2022, and Phase 2 expected to be completed shortly thereafter.
“We are proud to be able to continue our expansion journey in Malaysia. This hyperscale campus with three buildings, marks our commitment to scalable and reliable solutions and comes with massive hiring and investment opportunities within the industry” said Lim Dz Shing, President, Bridge Data Centres.
Details of Development
Approximated at 40 acres of land area, the hyperscale campus spans three buildings and will operate at a combined capacity of 100 MW IT Load. This hyperscale campus is strategically located within Kidex Sedenak, the jewel component of the larger 7,290 acres of the Sedenak Technology Valley.
With this development, Bridge Data Centres continue their commitment to investing in the growing Malaysian Data Centre Economy, as the Malaysian government announces its aims to achieve 50% cloud adoption through cloud data centers in Malaysia by 2024, in line with the projections for 5G adoption across the nation.
About Bridge Data Centres
A subsidiary of NASDAQ-listed Chindata Group, Bridge Data Centres is one of the largest Data Centre companies in the region, providing hyperscale and wholesale data center solutions. Headquartered in Singapore, Bridge Data Centres will be operating 156+ MW of IT capacity across India and Malaysia.
Offering a full range of innovative and transformative solutions for businesses looking to grow their reach and revenue in emerging markets and are committed to attaining carbon neutrality by 2030 as announced by Chindata Group. For more details, please visit bridgedatacentres.com