Malaysia stands at the very edge of maturing into a fully-fledged Cloud Computing hub. In Budget 2020, a total of MYR 21.6 bn was earmarked into the National Fiberisation & Connectivity Plan (NFCP). Put in place to accelerate the roll-out of 5G connectivity throughout Malaysia, the resulting high-speed access from NFCP, allows for a total evolution of how businesses exist in the digital sphere.
At the very heart of the question of the rise in Cloud Technologies in Malaysia, is the market position that the country has its sights on.
With its expansive terrain, and proximity to a relatively developed cloud computing hub such as Singapore, it has the potential to absolutely challenge mature markets. Recognising this yet to be maximised window of growth, global players like Alibaba have shrewdly and rapidly moved to set-up operations in Malaysia. The Malaysia Cloud and Datacenter Convention 2020 (MYCDC2020) is tailored precisely to the massive game-changing nature of 5G, and the reverberations it carries for all major players in Malaysia’s Cloud Ecosystem.
At W.Media’s Cloud and Data Center Convention, both industry leaders and new entrants alike can expect to be in the forefront on the debate of issues surrounding these rapidly transforming industries.