Google Announces $2 Billion Investment In Malaysia – Including Developing Data Center And Google Cloud Region

Google today announced that it will invest $2 billion in Malaysia, including developing Google's first data center in Malaysia, as well as forming a Google Cloud Region in the country. This investment will also include the development of an artificial intelligence literacy program for students and educators in Malaysia.

Google stated that this investment site is located at Sime Darby Property's Elmina Business Park which will showcase the development of Google's data center in Malaysia.

Google has been in Malaysia for 13 years, and this investment was developed in collaboration with the Malaysian government to further advance the "Cloud First" policy, including the development of high cyber security standards.

In addition to the development of the data center and Google Cloud Region, this internet giant will also introduce the Gemini Academy program to educate and benefit more than 600 teaching staff in Malaysia in helping them use generative artificial intelligence tools.

This Google investment is expected to contribute to over $3.2 billion in GDP, and support 26,500 jobs by 2030.

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