Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP
Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP
Darren Hawkins
Opinion

Opinion

Darren Hawkins

Why Indonesia needs to upgrade data infrastructure as digital services grow exponentially

  • So-called tier IV data centres are able to handle large amounts of data and transactions successfully, without disruption

Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP
Jakarta currently has 50.2MW data centre capacity with an incremental 70MW in the pipeline by 2021 but demand for digital services is growing. Photo: AP
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Darren Hawkins

Darren Hawkins

Darren Hawkins is CEO of Singapore-based SpaceDC, which is creating state-of-the-art data centers to help businesses grow in Southeast Asia’s fast-moving digital markets.