NTT Com plans JKT3 data center in Indonesia
The Indonesia Jakarta 3 Data Center (JKT3) will be able to support up to 18,000 square meters (7,800 racks) of IT space and 45 MW IT load once fully developed, the company expects.
NTT Communications Corp. (NTT Com, now part of NTT Ltd.) says it will build a new data center campus at Bekasi, Indonesia. The Indonesia Jakarta 3 Data Center (JKT3) will be able to support up to 18,000 square meters (7,800 racks) of IT space and 45 MW IT load once fully developed, the company expects. The data center serves as the first project of NTT Global Data Centers (GDC), which NTT established to strengthen its data center business. NTT Com expects the facility to become operational next year.
The four-story data center facility will be located in an industrial area 30 km east of central Jakarta. NTT Com says the facility will be designed to enable customers to customize their server rooms as well as to provide colocation space by the rack. NTT Com adds it will follow its Nexcenter Data Center Standards as the facility is constructed.
The facility will feature two power plants that will supply electricity via different routes to enable redundancy. The company plans to provide redundant connectivity as well, including links to major internet exchanges via the JKT2 facility.
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