Yondr Group Launches 200MW Malaysian hyperscale data centre

The project, located JCorp’s Sedenak Tech Park, is Yondr Group’s first in Malaysia and expands the company’s hyperscale footprint in Southeast Asia

Yondr Group, a global leader, developer, owner-operator and service provider of data centres, has today announced its entry into the Malaysian market with a planned 200MW hyperscale campus, to be developed on 72.8 acres of land acquired from TPM Technopark Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Johor Corporation

The land is located in Sedenak Tech Park, a flagship data centre complex which spans across 700 acres of land in Johor, Malaysia.“This deployment in Sedenak Tech Park will provide our hyperscale clients with an opportunity to exponentially scale their cloud computing requirements and benefit from being strategically located just a stone’s throw from Singapore and Indonesia.” said Aksel Vansten, Acquisition and Development Director for Asia Pacific Region of Yondr Group.

Yondr’s hyperscale campus will be developed across multiple phases and will deliver a total capacity of 200MW when fully completed, with the first phase scheduled for delivery in 2024. With access to at least 600MW of capacity, dark fibre connectivity, scalable utilities and infrastructure, Sedenak Tech Park is home to some of the largest data and cloud players within the Southeast Asia region.

“Malaysia is a significant part of our expansion plans within Southeast Asia. Our ability to secure this critical location in Sedenak Tech Park, complements our existing presence in Jakarta, Indonesia and further bolsters our strategic presence in this high growth market,” said Dave Newitt, Chief Executive Officer at Yondr Group. “The state of Johor in Malaysia is in close proximity to other key data centre metros, including Singapore which offers valuable interconnectivity routes, representing a true benefit for our clients especially in combination with the scalability in meeting requirements of power and land.” 

“We value Yondr’s strategic decision to invest in Sedenak Tech Park, as a testament of their confidence in our location and offerings as a world-class data hub for the region. We are delighted to welcome Yondr with their full-scale data centre technical expertise and operational capabilities to Johor, Malaysia. As global demand for data centres continues to grow exponentially via cloud computing and consumer mobile Internet, the sheer scale of growing data consumption makes the development of hyperscale data centre infrastructures a compelling international and regional opportunity for both investors and operators,” said Akmal Ahmad, Director of Johor Corporation’s Real Estate and Infrastructure Division and Chairman of TPM Technopark

“This exposure to Yondr’s well-established partnerships with major state-of-the-art hyperscale facilities will further fuel our technical infrastructure development dedicated to the nation and the region’s fast-growing digital economy,” he added. 

Technology, location, and growth potential make the Asia Pacific region an attractive data centre market 

The Asia Pacific region continues to be an attractive data centre destination given its strategic location, growth potential, upsurge of technology platforms, and networks across a wide spectrum of markets. Within Southeast Asia, Malaysia’s data centre market size is expected to hit a revenue of over US$800mn by 2025 and is already experiencing increasing investment spill-overs due to inherent land constraints in other surrounding markets. 

“This deployment in Sedenak Tech Park will provide our hyperscale clients with an opportunity to exponentially scale their cloud computing requirements and benefit from being strategically located just a stone’s throw from Singapore and Indonesia,” said Aksel Vansten, Acquisition and Development Director for Asia Pacific Region of Yondr Group.



 

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