YTL Johor Data Center Park Overview

Located within close proximity to Singapore, the Johor Data Center Park features diverse network connectivity routes to the island-state. The DC park plans include development of up to 500MW data center capacity, with with the first data center (Johor Data Center 1) of 72MW, ready for service in the first quarter of year 2024.

Access by Road:
E2 North-South Highway Exit Kulai Toll then onto Jalan Sawah (c. 8km to site)
Access by Air:
18km from Senai International Airport
Radius Coverage:
~ 11km to Kulai town
~ 17km to Skudai town
~ 24km to Iskandar Puteri
~ 25km to Johor Bahru
~ 26km to Singapore

YTL Johor Data Center park is the first and largest renewable energy integrated data center park in Malaysia.

With 275 acres of land earmarked for data centers, the park provides scalability to discerning data center players. The site is zoned for industry, and has access to national grid power and water resources, both critical for the data center operations.

The park will have dark fibre connectivity to Singapore positioning it as a major alternative data center hub for the South-East Asia region. The dark fibre connectivity will provide low latency network connections to data centers in Nusajaya, KIDEX and Singapore.

The park is adjacent to approximately 1,500 acres of land that will be used to plant up solar farms. The first data center within the park (‘JDC1’) is expected to ready by Q1 2024 and it will be powered by renewable energy.