Data centres – beware of the pitfalls

Malaysia has become a hotspot for data centres for a confluence of reasons.

FOR the local bourse, the first half of the year has been driven by some key market themes and among them is the data centre theme.

Malaysia is now the hotbed for data centres in Asia, as the country is now attracting billions of investments into the sector, driven by three key factors – relatively cheap land, good infrastructure and government-led efforts in attracting multinationals to set up shops in the country.

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