Big Data Exchange (BDx), the carrier neutral Pan Asian data center cluster, is officially launching its new Singapore Data Center (SIN1), located in Paya Lebar, Singapore. The data center, which was acquired by BDx earlier this year from Telstra, will formally open its doors on Thursday, July 23 at 11:00 a.m. Singapore SST.
Join us to hear BDx CEO, Braham Singh, talk about the future plans for the company as well as an update on what exciting things have been happening since BDx launched last year. COO David Kim and CTIO Sujit Panda will also talk about upgrades that are planned for the SIN1 facility as well as the newest suite of solutions that BDx has to offer.
“The BDx expansion into Singapore is an important addition to the BDx portfolio. The strategic proximity within the APAC region offers great geographical and connectivity advantages to meet the increasing internet and cloud exchange needs of our customers,” says Braham Singh, CEO. “After a successful acquisition and months of preparation, we are thrilled to officially launch the SIN1 facility.”
The new BDx Singapore data center (SIN1) houses 1,800 racks with a 7.3MW power capacity. It has been awarded an UpTime Tier 3+ Design Certificate, as well as SS564 GreenMark Gold Plus, TVRA, ISO27001 and PCI-DSS certified. BDx plans to upgrade the facility as part of their business model to increase PUE and drive higher efficiency. Singapore also boasts the highest megawatt per capita, globally. In addition to these benefits, customers will have the ability to easily integrate both their physical and virtual infrastructures via the BDx Single Pane into a managed hybrid ecosystem, connecting the new Singapore location through a highly automated cluster of data centers globally via the BDx SoftConnect.
With sites across China, Hong Kong and now Singapore, BDx is a key player in the Asia Pacific market. The SIN1 facility opens up important opportunities for customers looking to connect into Southeast Asia and is the latest in a series of expansion activities for BDx into Asia and beyond.