1-Net, TCCtech collaborate to expand cloud-enabled data centre in Thailand

  • Expansion is driven by strong growth trends in the data centre, cloud market in Thailand
  • TCCtech invests over THB300 million to expand Thailand’s Carrier Neutral Data Centre


1-Net, TCCtech collaborate to expand cloud-enabled data centre in Thailand


T.C.C. Technology Co, Ltd (TCCtech) recently announced the upcoming completion of their cloud-enabled data centre facility expansion in Bangkok, Thailand.

In collaboration with TCCtech, 1-Net Singapore provided design consultancy and project management services to upgrade the mechanical and electrical infrastructure at TCCtech’s data center facility at Bang Na, Bangkok.

1-Net was selected as TCCtech’s preferred partner for this expansion project due to its knowledge in design and operations of data centres for more than two decades.

This expansion is driven by strong growth trends in both the data centre and cloud market in Thailand. Based on IDC’s Research Report, Thailand has an estimated a CAGR of 25% for the period 2015 to 2020.

The Thai government also helps to boost the data centre services market through favourable initiatives such as the introduction of a Digital Economy Plan, which includes strategies to develop a digital economy with a strong focus on the development of data centres and cloud computing within Thailand.

“TCCtech has invested over THB300 million (US$8.56 million) to expand Thailand’s strategic Carrier Neutral Data Centre to cater to the demand we are getting from existing customer communities. This expanded facility will be ready for service in the first half of 2017,” said by TCCtech executive director and acting managing director Voradis Vinyaratn.

“Our customers and prospects will be able to enjoy the expanded capacity of 200 racks with an additional power capacity of 800 KVA. Our customer profile includes industries such as digital technology providers, media and content providers, and banking and insurance and energy from both local and multinational corporations.” continued Vinyaratn.

“As a long-term partner of TCCtech, we are glad to share our design and operations experiences from an operational perspective, we’ve also designed our own data centres, given that we are also a data centre service provider. The operations of a data centre are critical as a majority of data centre failures are caused by operational design which includes process, maintenance and human error,” said 1-Net Singapore managing director Wong Ka Vin.

“In 1-Net, we are privileged to have a team of experienced data centre professionals and a unique methodology which combines our knowledge from engineering design and data centre operations, to help our customers design a robust and operation efficient data centre. With a well-designed data centre and operation processes, potential outage due to human error can be reduced to its lowest,” Wong added.  
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