Data center provider, SUNeVision Holdings Ltd. has just announced the grand opening of its hyperscale data center, located in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.

Codenamed MEGA Gateway, the new data center facility features 200,000 square feet of space and 20MW power capacity with on-premise and dedicated-use 132kV substation, and is designed to meet the needs of cloud services, telco carriers, ISP and high power-density customers.

“At SUNeVision, we carry the spirit of our parent company Sun Hung Kai Properties. We are committed to building superior infrastructure and providing exceptional services with a long-term view,” said Allen Fung, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Non-Property Portfolio Businesses of Sun Hung Kai Properties, Vice Chairman and Executive Director of SUNeVision.

“We have developed MEGA Gateway to supplement MEGA-i and provide customers opportunities for expansion and upgrades. SUNeVision aspires to support Hong Kong to further enhance its position as a regional data hub, and this is important for Hong Kong in becoming an international innovation and technology center in line with the National 14th Five-Year Plan.’

As announced, MEGA Gateway is the seventh data center on SUNeVision’s portfolio, and latest addition to SUNeVision’s interconnected MEGA Campus, complementing MEGA-i’ position in connectivity. The new data center is claimed to be launched as one of the first movers in new hyperscale projects in the Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung districts to meet the increasing connectivity demands in the region.

“We are happy to announce the birth of our hyperscale data center MEGA Gateway. We are witnessing a strong momentum and are proud to expand our data center footprints in Hong Kong. Backed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, we have unique competitiveness in the Hong Kong market. As the leading data center in Hong Kong with more than 20 years of proven track record, SUNeVision is well positioned to ride on the upcoming wave of data explosion,” said Raymond Tong, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of SUNeVision.

Also in Hong Kong, Big Data Exchange (BDx), recently announced its plan to develop new 16MW data center facility in Kwai Chung District. Codenamed HKG8, the new data center will be sited in the upcoming high-tech industrial area being developed by Sino Group, a leading property developer in Hong Kong, with the intention of serving hyperscale and enterprise customers.