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Operator reaffirms commitment to build up to 15 data centre buildings with a total capacity of 300MW over the coming years.
Founder and Editor, The Tech Capital
May 31, 2021 | 11:09 AM BST
PT DCI Indonesia Tbk (IDX:DCII) has officially launched its fourth data centre building, JK5, in Cibitung, West Java, with a total power capacity of 15MW.
With the new building, DCI’s power capacity now sits at 37 MW.
Aligning with “Making Indonesia 4.0”, JK5 has been built to support the long-term growth of Indonesia’s digital economy with its market value expected to reach U$130 billion by 2025.
DCI said it plans to build up to 15 data centre buildings with a total capacity of 300MW, equipped with internationally certified infrastructure to set a new standard for Indonesia’s data centre industry.
The company said in a statement: “Moving forward, DCI is committed to support Indonesia’s digital economy infrastructure and will continue to focus on operational excellence, while maintaining international standards to become the best and most reliable data centre in South East Asia.”
Below are some pictures of the data centre opening day and the facility itself.
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