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 ...
Region: Southeast Asia
Region: Asia-Pacific (APAC)
|Current||Under Construction||Potential Expansion||Total at Full Buildout|
|Gross SqFt:||45,400||84,600 (est)||130,000 (est)|
Announced in Jan 2019, the new SG4 data center was completed in March 2020.
With an initial investment of $85.3 million (S$116.6 million), the first phase of SG4 will provide more than 45,400 square feet (approximately 4,220 square meters) of colocation space, offering an initial capacity of 1,400 cabinets. The facility is planned to accommodate more than 4,000 cabinets at full build-out, with a total colocation space of more than 132,180 square feet (approximately 12,280 square meters).
The new SG4 will in the Tai Seng Industrial Estate, one of the country's five data center clusters, situated at the East of Singapore. The Eastern location provides location diversity from the three existing Equinix IBX data centers in Singapore.
The data center sits next to Geo-Tele Centre which is partially vacant.