Malaysia is a prime location for data centres in Asia Pacific with strong telecommunications infrastructure and supportive government initiatives. Our excellent track record has enabled Keppel Data Centres to establish a high-specification data centre in Cyberjaya, a purpose built technology park in close proximity to Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur. The companies and government organisations that colocate in Cyberjaya with Keppel Data Centres enjoy a wide room for interconnectivity between business partners, clients, cloud services and networks.
Basis Bay Data Centre is a high-tech support system which is designed, built and operated as a part of the portfolio of Keppel DC REIT, the first data centre real estate investment trust listed in Asia.
Basis Bay is a four-storey data centre with an adjacent two-storey office building in Cyberjaya, approximately 50 kilometers southwest of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre and 30 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Its prime location in Malaysia’s Multimedia Super Corridor Technology Park gives customers unparalleled carrier-neutral fiber connectivity, uninterrupted power supply, and robust data centre infrastructure.
Basis Bay Data Centre is designed and built in accordance with the most stringent international standards for data centres. Its green concept focuses on the efficient use of energy and reduction of carbon emissions even in the most challenging environmental conditions.
Owned by: Keppel DC REIT
Alpha DC Fund and Keppel Data Centres have inked agreements to develop and operate their first greenfield data centre in Malaysia. Through a wholly-owned subsidiary, the Alpha DC Fund entered into agreements with the customer, a leading technology company, to develop a high-availability build-to-suit data centre in Johor, Malaysia. The initial development of the data centre and subsequent facilities management will be undertaken by Keppel Data Centres.
The data centre will be situated within an industrial park in Johor, Malaysia, which has been earmarked to be a data and research hub for the state. It will sit on approximately 261,000 sq ft of land and feature minimum Tier III equivalent specifications for concurrent maintainability, spread over 100,495 sq ft of gross floor area. Upon its expected completion in 2020, the data centre will be fully committed by the customer.