TARGETING TWO DATA CENTER LOCATIONS
Singapore based data center company, SpaceDC, has announced that it is partnering with Centrin Data, to deliver combined data center services to customers in China.
As announced, the partnership will enable SpaceDC to expand its footprint into China, offering the company’s data center platform services to its customers in China which will be delivered from Centrin Data’s Wuhan and Kunshan data center facilities.
“With China opening the borders to foreign financial institutions, our customers are asking for an experienced data center operator in key cities like Wuhan and Kunshan. A reputation for resilient facility with high security protocols for the financial services sector, Centrin Data more than delivers what our customers are looking for,” said Jeffrey Tay, EVP of Strategic Partnerships for SpaceDC.
Centrin Data Wuhan data center campus spans a total area of 206,532.41 square meters and has a capacity to accommodate up to 40,000 racks. Targeting an annual average of PUE <1.4, the Tier IV facility is projected to have a total capacity of 225MW with the first phase comprising of 70MW.
The second data center facility under this partnership is the Centrin Data Kunshan facility which spans a total area of 165,744 square meters. This facility is fed by Centrin Data’s 220KV substation and boast of a designed average annual PUE ≤1.3. The Kunshan data center is further expected to support a capacity of up to 32,000 racks.
“Our data centers are strategically located and specifically designed with high security and rich network connections with a particular focus for the financial services customers. SpaceDC and Centrin Data will have a long and prosperous partnership as our companies share a common vision for our customers globally,” said Yang Yu, CEO for Centrin Data.
Last month, SpaceDC also announced the development of a new hyperscale data center campus in the Philippines, sited in Cainta, Manila. This facility is expected to come online later this year, delivering a total critical power of 72MW upon full build.