YTL PARTNERS WITH GDS TO DEVELOP 168MW HYPERSCALE DATA CENTRE
PRESS RELEASE: YTL Power International Berhad and GDS Holdings have signed a partnership to co-develop 168MW of data centre capacity, across 8 individual data centre facilities, at the upcoming YTL Green Data Center Park in Johor, Malaysia. The first phase of the co-development will enter service in 2024.
YTL Green Data Center Park is a visionary project initiated by YTL Data Center Holdings. Located in Kulai, Johor, approximately 30 kilometres from the cities of Johor Bahru and Singapore, it will comprise 500MW of total data centre capacity integrated with an equivalent amount of solar power generation. It is the first hyperscale data centre campus in Malaysia to be powered by on-site renewable energy.
Separate from the co-development with GDS, construction of 72MW of capacity has already commenced on site for other hyperscale customers. With 275 acres dedicated toward data centre development, YTL Green Data Center Park in Johor is expected to serve a growing demand in the region for sustainable and cost efficient data centre solutions.
GDS’s presence at the YTL Green Data Center Park will complement its previously announced hyperscale data centre projects at Nusajaya Tech Park, Johor and Nongsa Digital Park, Batam, Indonesia.
Dato’ Yeoh Seok Hong, Managing Director of YTL Power, said, “We are excited to partner with GDS, one of the largest data centre companies in the world, to anchor our world-class green data centre campus in Johor. Our shared vision for a truly integrated, sustainable energy powered facility with dedicated dark fibre capacity is an exciting one and will position it as the place to be for hyperscalers and co-location customers alike.”
William Huang, Chairman and CEO of GDS, said, “We are delighted to partner with such an outstanding group as YTL, with an exceptional track record of infrastructure development over more than 60 years. This project is truly visionary, combining hyperscale data centre capacity, powered by on-site renewable energy, within touching distance of the major regional hubs. We have now initiated three projects in Southeast Asia which together create a unique platform for hyperscale customers to deploy with low latency connectivity, multi-site redundancy, and access to renewable energy.”
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