SUPERNAP Thailand marks SUPERNAP International’s presence in Asia Pacific with the purpose of designing and building data center ecosystems in Thailand based on the design of the state-of-the-art, multi-tenant, Tier IV-rated SUPERNAP Data Center technology from Nevada, USA. SUPERNAP Data Centers are certified as the highest-ranking multi-tenant colocation data centers in the world and are maintained by the highest-rated mission critical operations teams. SUPERNAP is the recognized world leader in colocation design, development and mission critical operations.
In partnership with SUPERNAP International are four of Thailand’s leading businesses CPB Equity Ltd (Crown Property Bureau), Siam Commercial Bank, Kasikorn Bank and True IDC to bring a world leading Data Center facility to Thailand.
SUPERNAP Thailand Data Center will be built in Chonburi to the south east of Bangkok, the building is located outside the Bangkok flood zone and located close to international network landing station with links across the country of Thailand. This strategic location allows SUPERNAP Thailand to bring peace of mind for customers from well-known natural disasters and to take advantage of excellent telecommunications infrastructure, complementing their existing colocation and telehouse facilities rendering them more resilient at a national level. In addition, it will benefit from its proximity to Pattaya, Si Racha, major highways, and the international airport.
The SUPERNAP Thailand Data Center, is set to play a key role in developing Thailand’s presence as a serious Asia Pacific Data Center hub. In addition, the facility will play a key role in supporting the government’s commitment to build a highly available, secure and quality data center facility to support Thailand’s digital economy.
SUPERNAP Thailand offers unparalleled added value, thanks to advanced services that the company can offer to a large number of clients, generating advantages and benefits for the entire community and ecosystem. The centralization of outsourced services will bring a reduction in energy consumption, reduced space needs which all translates into savings and less impact on the environment.
The anticipated opening of the facility is in Q1 2017.