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Frost & Sullivan: CSF and VADS are Champions in the Malaysian Data Centre Services Market

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Frost & Sullivan: CSF and VADS areFrost & Sullivan: CSF and VADS are Champions in the Malaysian Data Centre Services Market PR Newswire KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Nov. 6, 2013 ~Frost & Sullivan's proprietary tool Frost IQ assesses performance of vendors~ Malaysia is the preferred location for many data centre players due to its geographical location, as it is free from all major natural disasters like earthquakes and volcano eruption. Malaysia's other key competitive factors include its favourable political climate, competitive cost of real estate and lastly, the availability of technically trained English speaking graduates. The Malaysian data centre services market is highly competitive in nature. In 2012, the market experienced a growth of 15.9% and achieved total revenue of USD 112.5 million. With the growing demand for data centre space from both domestic and international customers, Frost & Sullivan has forecasted the Malaysian data centre services market to be worth USD 355.9 million at the end of 2019. "Frost & Sullivan sees many encouraging trends in the Malaysian data centre services market," said Mayank Kapoor, Industry Analyst for ICT, Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific. "Data centre service providers are diversifying their service offerings instead of focusing solely on co-location services. In line with market demand, these service providers also offer managed hosting and managed services.

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Frost & Sullivan: CSF and VADS are Champions in the Malaysian Data Centre Services Market

PR Newswire

~Frost & Sullivan's proprietary tool Frost IQ assesses performance of vendors~

Malaysia is the preferred location for many data centre players due to its geographical location, as it is free from all major natural disasters like earthquakes and volcano eruption. Malaysia's other key competitive factors include its favourable political climate, competitive cost of real estate and lastly, the availability of technically trained English speaking graduates.