Telekom Malaysia will launch its TM One data centre in less than a month



Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Telekom Malaysia Bhd will be launching its TM One twin core Klang Valley data centre hub in Cyberjaya, Malaysia by end of this month.

The New Straits Times interviewed Wan Ahmad Kamal, TM One Enterprise Business executive vice president, where he revealed that the twin core data centre in Cyberjaya is almost ready, and both facilities are connected by a high speed backbone.

This is not Telekom Malaysia Bhd’s first run around the data centre mill as the data centre is the second of two facilities planned by the company to keep up with demand for growth.

Telekom Malaysia Berhad offers a comprehensive suite of communication services and solutions in fixed (telephony and broadband), mobility, content, Wi-Fi and smart services.

TM One currently has two regional data centres, 11 data centres nationwide, spanning across 200,000 sq ft of total space.

Data Economy reached out to Telekom Malaysia Bhd for more information about the new data centre launch, to which the company is yet to reply.


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With over 31.62 million people in Malaysia, improved connectivity will be adding to the country’s strengths.

Elsewhere in Malaysia, February 2019 saw the announcement from Katalyst Data Management who revealed its plans to open a subsurface data management centre in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The new location will be the company’s fifth operational data centre worldwide, along with locations in Calgary, Houston, London and Perth.

There are a lot of new submarine cables that are connecting to Malaysia to move data directly from the country where in the past, it would have had to have gone through Singapore.

Last year, Alibaba Cloud announced the launch of its second availability zone in Malaysia, serving increasing customer demand locally and in the region.

Alibaba Cloud said it would continue to invest in Malaysia by setting up the first cloud-based Anti-DDoS Scrubbing Center this month.