Although back in 2019, Singapore introduced a data center moratorium following concerns around energy supplies, in 2022, this moratorium was lifted - with conditions. Part of these conditions was that the country would be more selective over future data center projects. Further details around...
Company: Princeton Digital Group
Region: Southeast Asia
Region: Asia-Pacific (APAC)
Short Code: PDG SG1
Total Power: 17.0 Megawatts
Ownership: Princeton Digital Group does not own the building.
Situated in the heart of Singapore, 15 minutes from town and 20 minutes from Changi International Airport, our data center in the city state is a strategic location for hyperscalers and enterprises that are looking to expand and require additional capacity.
Our facility offers clients various services from whitespace raised floor rentals to storage and staging rooms on demand. It is located near the existing cloud and network hub of Tai Seng, while also housing the SGX trading platform and other FSI ecosystems. As the hub of South East Asia, Singapore is the largest data center market in the region and is also one of the top colocation markets in the world. Nearly all the major hosting and cloud providers globally have built a presence in Singapore.