NTT Communications Corporation has announced it would develop a new data center campus at Bekasi, Indonesia.
The new campus will be known as “Indonesia Jakarta 3 Data Center” (JKT3) and is capable of up to 18,000 sqm (7,800 racks) IT space and 45MW IT load once fully developed.
This is the first project of NTT Global Data Centers (GDC), established to strengthen data center business.
In Indonesia, demand has been booming, spurred by the use of data centers by financial institutions based on regulations by the Indonesian government.
In addition, there is a strong demand from OTTs which targeting the largest population in Southeast Asia (the fourth largest in the world).
Due to these market trends, the annual growth rate of the data center market is above 21%.
This four-story data center campus will be in a large industrial area located 30km east of central Jakarta.
Since JKT3 enables customers to customise its server room as well as providing colocation space by the rack, JKT3 will meet various customer’s requirements, in particular, from OTTs and financial institutions who require flexible facility design.
Reliable and scalable facility
JKT3 meets NTT Com’s globally consistent “Nexcenter” Data Center Standards which consist of more than 300 or more items, and by adopting the industry’s standard for reliable and efficient facilities.
JKT3 has two power plants to supply electricity by two different routes.
Power facilities in data centers, power supplies for air conditioning and security, and communication facilities are all redundant, so JKT3 meets customers’ demand in terms of reliability.
In addition, modular building systems fit customers’ preferences, which using data center spaces flexibly in line with its business expansion.
Strict operation and security measures
In JKT3, NTT Com provides standardized operation processes, including monitoring IT infrastructure in 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to ensure the stable operation regarding a customer’s IT system.