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A new data centre for Indonesia

Madura McCormack | Oct. 10, 2012
Equinix and DCI partner to expand data centre business into Southeast Asia

Data centre company Equinix today announced its partnership with Indonesian counterpart DCI to build a new data centre in the country.

DCI will build and operate the data centre, which will run on Platform Equinix.

The new data centre, situated in Jakarta Indonesia, will be built in multiple phases and have a capacity of 65,000 sq ft (6039 sq m) and 1,250 cabinets as at the completion of phase 1 in quarter one 2012.

"There is significant demand for next generation data centres in Indonesia as a result of exponential growth in data and network traffic," said Clement Goh, managing director, Equinix South Asia.

Indonesia remains the largest economy in Southeast Asia and the new data centre will allow customers to expand their data centre footprint in Asia Pacific and across the globe, according to the statement.


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