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Forward-thinking, service-oriented partner drives data center success

01 Oct 18

When looking for a partner in business, it can be difficult to find another organisation that has the same alignment in terms of values and capabilities.

Efficiency, resilience, environmental concerns must all be taken into account when evaluating a partnership in order for it to become a long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationship.

With nearly three decades of experience, an impeccable track record, key accreditations and excellent connectivity, there are many reasons to choose AIMS Data Centre as your data centre partner in Malaysia.

A forward-thinking, service-oriented business partner

AIMS hosts the anchor site for the Malaysian Internet Exchange (MyIX), meaning it hosts all domestic and over 80% of foreign telecommunication carriers based in Malaysia.

This gives AIMS a vast and rich ecosystem that truly enriches every single one of its loyal customers – the average length of an AIM customer relationship is seven years.

Its highly diverse clientele is involved in industries that range from financial services, oil and gas, education, content, public services and many more.

AIMS facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art hardware.

It’s constantly innovating in key areas like technology solutions, client servicing and thought leadership.

AIMS’ carrier neutrality has enabled it to offer greater diversity, flexibility and efficiency for customers, and it complements that strength with strategic investments in green technology and efficient operating systems.

But above all its technology and solutions, AIMS prides itself on one thing above all else: its service.

At AIMS, no problem is too small, no client is too trivial.

Asia Pacific presence

AIMS data centers are a thriving, well-connected ecosystem.

It has five data centers spread out across East and West Malaysia, in Kuala Lumpur, Cyberjaya, Penang, Johor Bahru, and Sabah.

In the wider ASEAN region, AIMS data centers are situated in key locations in Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, and Hong Kong.

AIMS CEO Chiew Kok Hin says, “We keep pace with an evolving industry by defining ourselves correctly in the ecosystem game, investing in green technology and efficient operating systems, as well as adhering to strict industry standards.”

“We always strive to provide customers with the latest hardware and technology solutions, creating a comprehensive, scalable and future-ready ecosystem.”

The company’s experience managing a broad range of customer data centre requirements enables it to create a solution that matches any client’s exact needs.

Comprehensive repertoire of services

AIMS provides all the services required from a data center partner, ranging from co-location, managed services, disaster recovery, cloud infrastructure, and 24/7 support.

Its Service Operation Center engineers are certified and able to provide remote management, customer installations, and equipment troubleshooting assistance whenever needed.

AIMS was awarded the Data Center Service Provider of the Year by Frost and Sullivan in 2006, 2014, and 2016.

Embark on your data center journey with AIMS today.  

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