Positioning Malaysia as the next Asian Data Centre hub

Are you under pressure to reduce your IT infrastructure costs?
Do you need help to bring green solutions to your technology decisions?

Do your critical business applications need consistent uptime and strong security protocols in place? If you answered yes to any of the above, let's talk.


We understand data centres inside out.

Basis Bay is experienced in providing end-to-end solutions that are cost effective with minimal impact to on-going operations. Our investment in infrastructure  and research and development ensure our data centres are best-in-class. These are matched by sustained focus in security, sustainability and reliability for all aspects of the data centre. Our plans to build a further three centres over the next five years supports our expansion into new markets and our growth across Asia Pacific.


An understanding of each organisation’s requirements enables us to advise on the suitable data centre tiers to meet financial and regulatory body requirements. Come take a tour of our data centre facilities.


Explore our world-class data centre facilities

DR / DC 1

Located in Subang Hi Tech Industrial Park, an established industrial area well situated between the major cities in the Klang Valley. Highly secure and reliable environment.

DC Infra I

Located at Glenmarie, 15 minutes from the capital and central business district. Designed to provide comprehensive production and disaster recovery solutions.

DC Infra 2

Located at Glenmarie, 15 minutes from the capital and central business district. Our data centres offer suites, co-location, Smart Hands and Managed Network services.

DC Infra I

Located at Cyberjaya, a key part of the Multimedia Super Corridor and adjacent to Putrajaya, Malaysia's seat of government. Developed to support technology companies and the government.

DC Infra 2 (Proposed)

Proposed development in Cyberjaya to complement DC Infra 1.

Targeted for 2021.

DC Infra I (Proposed)

Proposed development in Iskandar Malaysia, an economic region in Johor, which has been developed as a Smart City.

Proposed for 20XX.

DC Infra 1 (Proposed)

Proposed development in NCER (Northen Corridor Economic Region), in the northern region of Peninsular Malaysia.

Proposed for 20XX.


Data Centres | Build and Manage

Data Centre Building Solutions

Providing end to end solutions for building and managing a data centre, which meet both financial and regulatory body requirements.

  • Consulting

  • Planning and design

  • Construction

Facility Innovation & Consulting

Enabling businesses to consider how to begin the data centre journey

  • Engineering and design (architecture - mechanical, electrical and civil)

  • Computer hardware (planning and architecture)

  • Space planning

Facility Management

Enabling companies to outsource day to day critical data centre facility functions with a comprehensive operations and maintenance framework

  • Data centre infrastructure

  • Basis Bay's facilities

The Five Pillars of Basis Bay's Holistic Approach*

1. Smart procurement
This refers to making the right decisions when having to change or upgrade the IT infrastructure due to the changing business requirements. Before acquiring new equipment, options need to be considered. In many cases, pre-owned equipment would be the ideal solution and needs to be given due consideration. New equipment should be considered if usage of existing equipment has been optimised.

2. Extending the product life-cycle
Generally, proprietary vendors will discontinue maintenance services for supposed end-of-life equipment and very often, this equipment has not reached its true product life cycle. The solution leaves the client with limited options to receive continuous technical support from proprietary vendors, thus having to procure new equipment.

3. Green data centres
The mechanical and electrical designs are conceptualised using a phased-approach method where the capacity and procurement of equipment are based on demand. Some of the key elements of a green data centre include adopting green best practices that align with industry standards and with sustainability. It is important to ensure business alignment between IT requirement and facilities cost in order to optimise cost and energy efficiency.


4. IT infrastructure optimisation

Deploying technologies and processes on shared IT infrastructure, such as data centre services and solutions, will allow organisations to optimise infrastructure efficiently. Cloud computing, virtualisation and consolidation of IT infrastructure will streamline the utilisation of resources which, in turn, reduces total cost of ownership in the long run.

5 .Green best practices
Organisations are advised to adopt an internal framework on green best practics to ensure stakeholders such as employees, clients, vendors and partners are able to benefit as a result of sustainability. Only through collaborative partnerships will a business environment experience an improvement, not only on the technology front but also in other strategic business functions.

*The five pillars were outlined in The Edge Malaysia netv@lue2.0 article, Basis Bay to leverage its green history. Written by Karamjit Singh and published in January 2012.


Contact us to learn more about how Basis Bay can help to optimise your organisation’s data centre.