Why Indonesia is in dire need of reliable data infrastructures

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

2020-05-20T15:09:04+08:00May 4th, 2020|Insights, Media, News|

Building a hyperscale data center in Indonesia

Digital infrastructure is very much in demand, with cloud demand jumping and data centers fast-tracked as businesses switch to remote working. But with the pandemic forcing billions to stay home, what impact is it having on data centers that are currently being constructed? Singapore-based SpaceDC is currently building a central campus in Indonesia which will

2020-04-30T03:25:25+08:00April 30th, 2020|Media, News|

Asia Pacific’s top 50 leaders for data centers and cloud services.

We’re proud to announce that Darren Hawkins, Founder and CEO of SpaceDC, has been recognised by Data Economy as Asia Pacific’s top 50 leaders for data centers and cloud services.   http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/html5/reader/production/default.aspx?pnum=20&edid=49cbf0c9-ef6d-432d-8a0c-55773298f604&isshared=true   #spacedc #lowcarbon #greendatacenter #spacetogrow

2020-05-04T12:50:54+08:00April 23rd, 2020|Media, News|

SpaceDC’s data center campus, first in Indonesia to feature advanced cooling technology to facilitate energy and space efficiencies

7th April 2020 – To safeguard mission critical environments, SpaceDC will be deploying Vertiv’s thermal wall technology in their first facility in Jakarta, Indonesia. This approach not only helps to increase the overall efficiency of the campus, it also reduces the amount of plant space required to cool the data center. It will be the

2020-06-16T00:14:26+08:00April 6th, 2020|Media, News|

Why Indonesia needs to upgrade data infrastructure as digital services grow exponentially

Photos from scmp.com 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 per cent of the population are active internet users, making it a rich untapped resource for e-commerce giants and global

2020-04-07T03:34:19+08:00November 24th, 2019|Media, News|

Media Release : Indonesia to get its first green data center campus by Q2 2020

17 Sep 2019, Singapore – By Q2 2020, Jakarta will have its first green data center campus. SpaceDC, the company behind the initiative, will use natural gas to produce electricity to power the data center. It will also recycle waste heat from the gas generators to provide cooling through absorption chillers, a unique energy saving

2020-04-07T03:35:16+08:00September 16th, 2019|Announcement, Media, News, Press Release|

The concept of Space

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

2020-04-07T03:35:39+08:00September 16th, 2019|Insights, News|

GIC and Polymer Connected establish partnership to develop Data Centre Campus in Jakarta

13 June 2019, Singapore – GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, and Polymer Connected, an eminent data centre provider, have established a partnership to develop a data centre campus in Jakarta. With this partnership, Polymer Connected has acquired the land to build the campus, strategically located in Jakarta Barat. This will be Polymer Connected’s first campus

2020-04-07T03:35:54+08:00June 13th, 2019|Announcement, Media, News, Press Release|

Demand outstripping supply for Green Data Centers

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

2020-04-07T03:36:07+08:00August 21st, 2018|Insights, News|
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