Data Centre Hub
Singapore-based Deskera said it will invest S$50 million (US$37 million) over the next three years to build its own cloud data centre in the city-state.
Indonesia’s promising data centre industry is faced with a slew of challenges, not the least of which is a price war that is taking advantage of users’ misunderstanding of data centre classifications.
A new report finds clear signs of shift and change ahead that will alter the competitive landscape of the SEA data centre market.
Clement Goh of Equinix peeks into his crystal ball and share his predictions for the data centre industry in 2016.
The ‘little red dot’ accounts for over 60% of the SEA data centre market, and Equinix’s Clement Goh looks at how it did it.
The National ICT Association of Malaysia (Pikom) became just the latest to question a minister’s assertion that Malaysians ‘prefer’ slower broadband speeds, arguing that whatever government officials may say, the country's broadband infrastructure plays an integral role in attracting foreign investments.
Singapore has become the data centre hub for Asia within 10 years, thanks to its ideal geographic location and a slew of government initiatives, according to experts at Singapore Data Centre Week 2015.
DNA’s Benjamin Cher talk to two experts on what is happening in the data centre scene, the challenges facing the sector in Asia, and the promise of a ‘truly’ outsourced economy driven by – what else? – data centres.
Singapore Technologies Telemedia (ST Telemedia) said it has recently acquired land to build its flagship data centre in Singapore, following its data centre investment in China’s GDS Services last year.