One of the leading Malaysia data centre operator, AIMS Group (AIMS) today announced its new 34,500 sq. ft. state-of-the- art ‘CJ1’ data center located in Cyberjaya.
With CJ1, AIMS now operates from four separate sites within peninsular Malaysia, with added capabilities for site recovery. Its Cyberjaya data center is now fully operational and will be supporting AIMS customers starting October this year.
AIMS Group CEO, Chiew Kok Hin says, “CJ1 is a strategic move to accommodate our increasing number of regional and global customer base and to make sure that we don’t compromise on latest technologies and facilities.”
“Here at CJ1 we provide a combination of an extremely secure, top-class redundancy and supreme connectivity ecosystem for our customers to host their business applications and critical systems.”
“The expansion to Cyberjaya is a natural tactical move as it is a premier IT hub market in Malaysia and also a priority location for many multinational companies.”
In response to the government’s ambitious EPP3 program, Chiew said “EPP3 is truly a foresighted blueprint that aims to enhance the global visibility to provide capabilities in Malaysian projects that will catalyze the local ICT market. AIMS want to continue playing a major part by being a key data center operator that ensures that its direction and business operations are aligned with the government’s nation building plans via the EPP3 program for the ICT sector.”
AIMS’ green-centric CJ1 is a Tier -3 + Fit-for-Purpose data centre. CJ1 is designed from the ground-up with the latest advancements in energy efficient data center management, business continuity, resiliency, security, disaster recovery services that provide 24X7 facilities management team at site to help organizations efficiently manage growth while reducing costs and securely mitigating risk. More technical details of the CJ1 data centre can be found over here.
The data center is also layered with reliable and resilient fibre ring that interconnects CJ1 to AIMS in Menara Aik Hua.
The AIMS Group is part of Malaysia broadband service provider Time Group.