NTT: Thailand's Bangkok Will Get a New Data Center From NTT

Mar 23, 2023 | Posted by Abdul-Rahman Oladimeji

NTT will construct a new data center in Thailand. The company revealed this week that it will spend $90 million through NTT Global Data Centers to build a 12MW, 43,000 sq ft facility in Bangkok. The second half of 2024 will see the start of operations at the next data center, BKK3, which will be next to BKK2 in the Amata City Chonburi industrial area. It will produce up to 30 kW of density per rack. According to Suthipat Lueprasert, CEO of NTT Global Data Centers (Thailand) Ltd, the need for managed hosting services and data storage is anticipated to increase significantly in Thailand. BKK3 will cater to clients' requirements, especially cloud service providers and the financial sector, which need adaptable facility designs to support their business goals. 

They are maintaining smart operations, scheduling, and technology in parallel with the current BKK2 to reduce power use efficiency to as low as 1.4. They maintain using green energy in their data centers and include sustainability in all of their major decisions. In order to assist Thailand's digital ecosystems, NTT Ltd. will continue to play a crucial role in delivering high-speed data capacity. The 2015-launched NTT Bangkok 2 plant provides 3.6MW across 41,000 square feet. In 2013, it bought most of the regional business Digital Port Asia shares. The company's website does not include Bangkok 1.