Vantage Data Centers announced the development of a second data center campus (KUL2) in Cyberjaya with an additional $3 billion (RM13.32 billion) investment.
KUL2 campus will deliver 256MW of IT capacity to meet the growing customer demand for hyperscale data center services.
Located adjacent to Vantage’s existing campus (KUL1) in Cyberjaya, the campus will be sited on nearly 35 acres and will include 10 facilities across 256,000 square meters (2.75 million square feet).
The first facility, located to provide low-latency connectivity to major cities in the region, including Singapore, Bangkok and Jakarta, will open in the fourth quarter of 2025.
In addition, Vantage is expanding its KUL1 campus with a fourth 16MW facility that is currently under development. Combined, both campuses will deliver a total of 287MW of IT capacity to meet the demands of hyperscalers, cloud providers and large enterprises.
“Vantage has been expanding our footprint in Malaysia since we entered the dynamic Asia-Pacific market. Our positive experience in Cyberjaya has encouraged us to take further steps to advance the city’s digital infrastructure by building our largest hyperscale campus in the region,” said Giles Proctor, chief operating officer of Vantage’s APAC business.
Vantage Data Centers currently has seven campuses across the region that are either operational or under development.