3 Data center players – strategic updates for the month of August 2022. mind2markets shares strategic newsletter reports to its client on a regular basis on competitors’ action in the country or market. Contact us by email to know more about it.
The company is committed to making Singapore a regional hub for its network of data centers, cloud regions, and subsea cables. Google will continue its investment of US$850 million in investment in Singapore.
STT Defu 3 is the third building at its Defu campus in the east of the city-state. The seven-story facility at Defu Avenue 1 has an IT load capacity of 15MW, taking the total capacity at the Defu campus to 40MW. Spanning 156,000 square feet (14,500 square meters), the new facility has gone live on time.
Indonesian investment firm Saratoga Investama has invested in local data center firm AtriaDC, which is set to expand its site to up to 30MW.
Data Center First launching a new data center facility in Batam, Indonesia, is expected to be operational by end of the year 2023. This data center will offer a 30 MW capacity, conforming with Uptime Tier III Reliability Standards and Threat, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment (TVRA) Compliance.
Keppel has launched a new data center in Bogor City, Indonesia. The data center will be built over a two-story IKDC1, located south outside Jarkarta. This will be developed in three phases in a seven-hectare data center campus with more than 50MW of IT power. Phase one of the data center is now available with about 5MW across 9,800 sqm (105,300 sq ft).
Amazon Web Services is to build a US$205 million data center in Chile’s capital (Santiago) as part of its broader plan for winning over Latin American clients. Construction of the data center will begin in the second half of 2023.
Amazon is leasing more than five acres of land from Indian conglomerate Larsen & Toubro Ltd, (L&T) outside Mumbai, to build a data center. Details of the project are not yet announced.
NTT is planning a sixth data center in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. Details of the project are not clear yet.
Empyrion DC is planning to build a 40 MW data center in Seoul, South Korea. Empyrion DC signed a binding agreement with a local promoter to acquire 100 percent of the development rights, with plans to invest up to $400 million in the project and launch in 2024.
MedOne operates over 25,000 square meters (270,000 sq ft) of data center space across four underground sites in Israel. MedOne is building a 10MW data center next to an existing facility at Tirat Carmel, and a 10.5MW site in Ramla. Along with a third which is still in the planning stage.