SpaceDC’s CEO Darren Hawkins says having secured, low latency data centers helps local startups connect customers to services that are increasingly deemed essential. Watch here: https://www.cnbc.com/video/2020/06/01/there-is-growing-demand-for-local-data-centers-in-sea-spacedc-ceo.html
In the past 5 years alone, Indonesia has gained 102.7 million new internet users, equivalent to the entire population of Vietnam. It’s a big reason why the country is so exciting for #datacenter providers like SpaceDC. For more eye-opening insights on the world’s fastest growing digital economy, access the full @DataReportal Digital 2020 Indonesia report
It is important to be energy efficient in a data centre. Today, most international companies have an agenda to reduce their carbon footprint. A data centre running on clean energy supports customers’ drive to reduce their carbon footprint. We speak to Darren Hawkins, CEO of SpaceDC to talk about how Hyperscale data centre design innovations
Indonesia has one of the fastest-growing mobile user bases in the world – the archipelago is home to 260 million people and is the largest economy in Southeast Asia. Around 65 percent of the population are active Internet users, making it a rich untapped resource for e-commerce giants and global financial institutions. While the sheer
In 1977 Architect Christopher Alexander published A Pattern Language. The book studies the patterns that exist in everyday space such as engineering elements. This book would become the inspiration for the development of Object Oriented Programming, the language that operates software coding today. Architecture has indeed played a great role in the development of modern
D emand outstripping supply for green data centers Did you know replacing an old server with a greener design can save up to 1 ton of carbon emissions? Data centers require large amounts of power, cooling and space to operate. The ever increasing demand for data means their carbon foot print is growing. Key drivers
B usinesses all around the world need secure, fast, and reliable places to store the most important information they have: their data. In Asia, and particularly in Indonesia, there is a surge in demand for improved and higher-capacity data storage which is caused by a combination of expanding global cloud providers and increased network connectivity.
W hen everyday users shop for cloud storage, they tend to compare plans and prices based on gigabytes or terabytes. This is not so when it comes to businesses looking for a secure, highly available data center. For the last decade, data centers have stopped measuring usage in terms of floor space or terabytes, and