More than 80 megawatts combined
SGP1 and HKG1 join AirTrunk’s other hyper-scale data centers in Australia (MEL1, SYD1 and SYD2) and Japan (TOK1 under construction).
Robin Khuda, founder and CEO of AirTrunk, said,
“Today we opened our first data centers in Asia, not just one but two hyperscale facilities – a monumental achievement for the AirTrunk team, our partners and customers. Our Hong Kong and Singapore data centers are connected, secure, and efficient homes for the cloud in Asia. The shift to cloud-based solutions lowers total electricity consumption overheads and emissions, providing a more energy-efficient solution for our customers and reducing the environmental impact.”
The Singapore and Hong Kong data centers will offer more than 80 megawatts (MW). The campus opened with its first 30 MW phase and will soon be followed by a second phase.
In Loyang Singapore, the 60+ MW SGP1 data center is designed for hyper scale customers, supporting their rapid growth in Singapore and throughout South East Asia. Near Tsuen Wan in Hong Kong, AirTrunk’s 20+ MW HKG1 data center is strategically located in a key hub for international connectivity.
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