Velo Technologies, Infinaxis boost Cyberjaya data centre capacity

  • Velo Technologies and Infinaxis collaborate to add 2MW capacity to upcoming data centre in Cyberjaya, Malaysia, enhancing services and interconnectivity for clients.
  • New data centre is set to be ready by Q2 2025, features 12MW IT load capacity and scalable design.
  • The partnership aims to address growing demands for AI applications and high-power density requirements, supporting mid-tier enterprises with reliable, cost-effective solutions.

Strategic partnership for expansion

Malaysia’s technological advancement continues to accelerate, guided by the New Industrial Master Plan 2030 (NIMP 2030) and reinforced by several initiatives in Budget 2024 aimed at promoting business digitalisation. The Malaysian data centre market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 13.92% from 2023 to 2029, reaching an estimated US$ 3.97 billion by 2029.

In this context, Infinaxis, a prominent data centre facility provider, has officially partnered with Velo Technologies (TelcoHubX), a renowned end-to-end data centre and managed service provider, to add a significant 2 megawatts (MW) of capacity. This partnership, projected to generate RM100 million in value, will enable Velo Technologies to expand its presence in Cyberjaya and meet the increasing demands of its clientele.

Enhanced services and interconnectivity

Through this collaboration, Velo Technologies will extend its robust 24/7 support structure and policies to Infinaxis, offering a range of enhanced interconnectivity options via TelcoHubX’s ecosystem. Also, the partnership will allow Velo Technologies to expand its comprehensive suite of IT outsourcing and managed services, which includes a Proactive Monitoring Centre, enterprise network and security services, cybersecurity solutions, hybrid cloud solutions, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), and Backup as a Service (BaaS). This expansion aims to bolster the reliability and redundancy of its data centre operations, ensuring optimal uptime for clients.

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As we continue to expand our footprint, we are committed to meeting the evolving needs of the industry, especially with the increasing demand for advanced AI applications and high-power density requirements.

Ben Chin, CEO & Founder of Velo Technologies

“As we continue to expand our footprint, we are committed to meeting the evolving needs of the industry, especially with the increasing demand for advanced AI applications and high-power density requirements,” says Ben Chin, CEO & Founder of Velo Technologies. “This partnership marks a significant milestone in our journey and an important step in transforming the data centre landscape in this region.”

Future-ready data centre in Cyberjaya

The data centre, strategically located in Cyberjaya, is set to achieve Ready for Service (RFS) status by the second quarter of 2025. Featuring a robust 12MW IT load capacity and a floor loading capacity of 20kN/m2, the facility is designed to handle extensive data processing and storage needs. The seven-storey structure, with five levels dedicated to data centre halls (each housing two halls), ensures scalability and adaptability for growing businesses.

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Moreover, the carrier-neutral data centre allows seamless interconnection with multiple telecommunications carriers, offering clients flexibility in selecting their network providers. Tailored to meet the demanding requirements of AI applications, characterised by higher power density deployment, each rack supports an average power range of 8kW to 15kW. Velo Technologies aims to support mid-tier enterprises with moderate IT requirements, striking a balance between affordability and performance.

“We are thrilled about our partnership with Velo Technologies, a leading managed service provider for data centre solutions. This expansion will enable us to offer a broader range of services to Malaysian businesses,” adds Zahri Mirza, CEO of Infinaxis.

The creation of data centre hubs through strategic partnerships is a significant step towards enhancing Malaysia’s capacity for communication, digitalisation, and overall progress.


Cassie Gong

Cassie is a news reporter at BTW media focusing on company profiles, interviews, podcasts, networking, sustainability, and AI. She graduated from Newcastle University, UK with a Master’s degree in Translating & Interpreting and now works in London and Hangzhou. Send tips to

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