AIMS Group, which is being aquired by TIME dotcom,, will invest RM80mil to expand its existing data centre and build a new centre. Chief executive officer Chiew Kok Hin said the company, one of South-East Asia’s leading carrier-neutral data centre operators, wanted to add two more floors at its current data centre in KL. “Currently we have six floors here in KL and work is in progress to (add) two more floors.
“We also intend to set up one data centre each in Johor Baru and Cyberjaya,” he said, without disclosing the source of funding for the expansion. “The centres in Cyberjaya and Johor Baru are expected to commence operation in the first quarter and fourth quarter of 2012 respectively,” he added.
Source: The Star
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