Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout
Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout

Australia’s AirTrunk launches Hong Kong data centre as it looks to tap demand for cloud computing services

  • AirTrunk has signed a 10-year lease for an industrial building in Tsing Yi housing its operations, leasing servers to major cloud services providers
  • Operator has seen a record number of customers this year as companies switch to cloud computing amid pandemic, CEO Khuda says

Topic |   Hong Kong property
Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout
Australian data centre operator AirTrunk has opened its first Hong Kong facility in Tsing Yi. Photo: Handout

Corrected [11:31am, 9 Dec, 2020]

  • [11:31am, 9 Dec, 2020]

    Removing references to Google, Alibaba, Oracle and Amazon in headline and text. AirTrunk CEO Robin Khuda mentioned the organisations as examples of businesses that require data centre services, not as their clients.

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