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Pure Data Centres & LOGOS to construct Jakarta hyperscale facility

Thu 17 Jun 2021

Pure Data Centres and logistics firm LOGOS are building a new data center in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. The hyperscale facility will span 20,000 square meters and deliver 20 megawatts of power. 

Expected to be operational in the first quarter of 2022, the data center will be designed to meet the needs of cloud service providers and colocation partners in Indonesia and Asia Pacific.  It will also help Jakarta to be a larger player in the global technology scene.

Pure Data Centres CEO Martin Lynch says Jakarta has a large population of internet users, a rapidly growing economy, and a ‘stable of tech unicorns’.

“We have confidence in the growth of cloud services in this market and are pleased to help facilitate our
customers’ continued expansion here,” says Lynch.

LOGOS states that it’s the company’s first data centre development project in Indonesia, which it sees as an important and new strategic region as it grows its global footprint.

LOGOS managing director Stephen Hawkins says the company is pushing ahead with its investment in the growing data center sector, alongside Pure Data Centres.

Hawkins says that online commerce is driving demand for critical cloud infrastructure that can support organisations’ expansion efforts and customer requirements. 

“Existing logistics properties are, in many cases, well-suited to accommodate the mix of power and network fiber connectivity supporting data centre businesses, and our new data centre is a great example of this.”

LOGOS managing director and CEO Trent Iliffe says that the company also sees strong demand from new and current capital partners that want to invest in the company’s Green Data Centre initiative.

“[We] believe there are many opportunities across the region to support our customers’ complex needs in this underserved but rapidly expanding market.”

Pure Data Centres is a global ‘best of breed’ data center operator that manages more than 250 megawatts of IT capacity in markets including Europe, Asia, the GCC, and Africa. The company delivers carrier neutral, UTI certified Tier IV availability anywhere in the world.

Pure Data Centres’ shareholders include Oaktree Capital Management, as well as the Investment and Development Office of the Government of Ras Al Khaimah. Pure Data Centres’ headquarters are located in London.

LOGOS is a logistics firm with operations in China, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, India, Australia, and New Zealand. The company manages more than 7.6 million square meters of property with a value of US$11.4 billion.

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