Equinix has completed it's acquisition of 13 Bell Canada's data centers. The acquisition was first announced in June 2020. Bell had operated the facilities under the Q9 brand. It partially acquired Q9 in 2012 for $1.1 billion and in 2016 it acquired the remainder for $675 million. This deal ...
Site is located within: iAdvantage TKO MEGA Plus building
Metro: Hong Kong
Region: East Asia
Region: Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Total Power: 8.0 Megawatts
Ownership: Equinix does not own the building.
HK5 is Equinix’s newest International Business Exchange™ (IBX) data center in Hong Kong. Opened in Q4 2017, this data center occupies the entirety of a brand new, 10-story purpose-built data center building, meeting the stringent security standards of many financial institutions.
HK5 is Hong Kong’s first data center to be built on land specifically zoned for data center development. It is close to submarine cable landing stations in the Tseung Kwan O area and has low latency and private connection to entrenched financial services firms. HK5 is connected to HK1, HK2 and HK3 via diverse path fiber connections, creating a city-wide campus environment that allows each new facility to leverage the benefits of existing ones. This also makes HK5 ideal as backup site or expansion location for customers with deployment in our other Hong Kong IBXs. HK5 employs green features including granular temperature monitoring, cold aisle containment and optimized lighting control to deliver a high degree of energy efficiency.
Equinix in Hong Kong
The five Hong Kong International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) data centers provide 26,800+ square meters (288,000+ square feet) of colocation space. Opened in Q4 2017, HK5, our newest IBX in Hong Kong, is a brand new, purpose-built data center in Tseung Kwan O. It is Hong Kong’s first data center to be built on land specifically zoned for data center development, it is close to submarine cable landing stations and has low latency, private connection to entrenched financial services firms.
With the exception of HK4, our Hong Kong data centers are connected via high-speed fiber, enabling customers to be part of a rich industry ecosystem that is strategically situated in one of Asia’s busiest international finance and trade centers. Our facilities also include a dense concentration of enterprises, networks, IT and cloud service providers.