Systech partners with EISSB for AI data centers and solutions


Systech Bhd executive director Datuk Derrick Hooi (left) and EH Integrated System Sdn Bhd director Sim Chin Yee (right).

KUALA LUMPUR: Systech Bhd has entered into a collaboration agreement with EH Integrated Systems Sdn Bhd (EISSB), a company specialising in providing industrial-grade servers and storage solutions.

The digital corporate solutions provider, in a statement, said the strategic partnership aims to advance the establishment and operation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) data centres and provide Generative AI digital solutions in Malaysia.

Under this agreement, Systech will focus in operating AI data centre, hosting and deploying applications and software via the computing power of AI data centre.

This includes designing, coding, testing, and maintaining software to ensure compatibility with EISSB’s infrastructure and achieving optimal performance for the project.

EISSB is tasked with the design, implementation and monitoring of the data centre infrastructure, such as storage systems, networking, and cooling systems.

Together, Systech and EISSB aims to jointly operate the data centre and provide generative AI computing solutions for the customers.

Systech executive director Datuk Derrick Hooi said this partnership represented a pivotal move in its strategic growth plan.

“By leveraging our expertise in Internet of Things (IOT), digital transformation and automation and cybersecurity, and with the support of EISSB high-performance AI data center infrastructure, we are poised to deliver superior AI data centre and AI digital solutions that will enhance our service offerings and drive our expansion into new markets. We look forward to a successful collaboration that will unlock the potential of both companies”.

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