Colt Data Centre Services (DCS) launched its Inzai 3 hyperscale data center, its largest facility in Japan. The 27MW facility has achieved over 90% pre-letting and comes at a time of increased demand in the Japanese market.
Cloud-based solutions in the Japanese market
Colt DCS houses two other hyperscale facilities. Between the three data centers, there is a total of 50MW of IT power available on the campus. Inzai 3’s data halls are 1,000sqm each, optimizing space efficiency and enabling higher density compute at an average of 3.375kW per sqm to meet the demand of customers.
Hiroshige Sugihara, Head of APAC, Colt DCS, said,
“The demand we are seeing within the Japanese market is unlike ever before. Hyperscale, and the scalability and agility it provides, will be essential to foster such widescale growth and we are thrilled to be supporting businesses and Cloud Service Providers in the region with the services they require.”
Its hyper-scale superstructure sits on a system of seismic isolation mechanisms that will isolate the whole building from any seismic shifts and allowing it to move as one, rather than to sway. With this new facility, Colt DCS aims to meet the growing demand for cloud-based solutions in the Japanese market.
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