Amazon Is Setting Up A New Data Centre Here With Investments Worth RM25.5 Billion By 2037

AWS’ decision to set up shop here is to meet the high demand for cloud services in Malaysia and across Southeast Asia.
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Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS), an Amazon company announced plans to launch an AWS infrastructure Region in Malaysia. The new AWS Region will give developers, startups, entrepreneurs, and enterprises, as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations, greater choice for running their applications and serving end users from data centres located in Malaysia.

AWS said they are planning to invest USD6 billion (approx. RM25.5 billion) in Malaysia by 2037.

AWS has committed to the largest international technology investment to date in Malaysia, which will advance our Malaysia Madani vision of a highly skilled, innovative, prosperous, and sustainable economy.

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Prime Minister of Malaysia.

The new AWS Region will consist of three Availability Zones at launch, adding to the existing 99 Availability Zones across 31 geographic regions globally. With today’s announcement, AWS has plans to launch 15 more Availability Zones and five more AWS Regions including Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, and Thailand.

Each Availability Zone has independent power, cooling, and physical security and is connected through redundant, ultra-low latency networks. AWS customers focused on high availability can design their applications to run in multiple Availability Zones and across multiple Regions to achieve even greater fault tolerance.

The new AWS Region will enable customers with data residency preferences to store data securely in Malaysia, enable customers to achieve even lower latency, and serve demand for cloud services across Southeast Asia.

AWS offers a portfolio of services, including analytics, compute, database, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, mobile services, storage, and other cloud technologies.

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