Big Data Exchange completes 2MW expansion of Singapore facility, plans further 8MW upgrade

May 24, 2021 | Posted by admin

Big Data Exchange has completed an upgrade to its SIN1 data center Facility in Paya Lebar, Singapore. The Company also plans to increase capacity before the year runs out. The completed upgrade sees the Company add 2MW capacity to the SIN1 facility. Big Data Exchange will also add four more floors and an extra 8MW capacity to the facility later in the year. Upon completion of the upgrade, the facility will have a total capacity of 14MW.

The SVP of design, build, and hyper-scale engagement at the Company, Mayank Srivastava, made some statements about the new capacity at the facility. He said that the Company is now one of the few network-dense, carrier-neutral facilities that can meet the needs of both old and new customers in Singapore.

BDx Press Release on May 24, 2021:
HONG KONG, – Enterprises and cloud providers seeking colocation capacity in Singapore, the fifth-largest global data center market and gateway to Asia, now have a real option available. Today, Big Data Exchange (BDx), a pan-Asian carrier-neutral data center cluster, announces completion of the first phase of capacity upgrades at SIN1, its Singapore data center, adding 2MW of vital capacity. 
Upgrades to BDx’s SIN1 facility include four floors and an extra 8MW of IT capacity later this year. This will take the total capacity to 14MW, up from 3.6MW when BDx acquired the facility last year. The capacity upgrade also improves energy efficiency by 20%.

“Data center services are in high demand in Singapore because of its strategic location,” says Mayank Srivastava, SVP of Design, Build & Hyperscale Engagement for BDx. “The added capacity makes BDx one of the few network dense, carrier-neutral facilities that can meet the needs of new and existing customers in Singapore.” 

SIN1 holds an Uptime Tier 3 Design Certificate, and SS564 GreenMark Gold Plus, TVRA, ISO27001 and PCI-DSS certifications. 

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