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Data Centers: Future Market Needs in Indonesia

August 27, 2021, 05.59 PM

Currently, PT Telkom has 26 data centers comprising five international data centers, 18 neuCentrIX centers as well as three data centers with tier-3 and tier-4 certification.

With its data centers widely spread out across 12 of Indonesia’s biggest cities and is connected to a broadband network, Telkom is certainly reassuring the country of its capability to accommodate the future needs for the digitalization of businesses such as edge computing, 5G services, blockchain, and other digital solutions.

Herlan said that Telkom HyperScale Data Center will be developed on a 65,000 square meters plot of land and has a total capacity of up to 10,000 racks with a total power capacity of around 75 Mega Watt (MW).

Singapore investment

Singapore-based data center operator Princeton Digital Group (PDG) is planning to build its new facility in Indonesia.

The new 22 MW data center worth $150 million, to be named Jakarta Cibitung 2 (JC2), is being built within the same 19,550 square meters campus that houses PDG’s existing data center JC1.

This expanded campus of 35 MW is well-poised to serve global cloud companies, domestic internet companies, and enterprises with unmatched scalability, connectivity, and reliability.
The greater Jakarta area is experiencing increasing adoption of cloud-based services, among consumers, businesses, and the government. Indonesia is also home to some of the fastest-growing start-up companies in Southeast Asia.

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“The Asia Pacific region is set to be the largest data center market in the world, and this announcement underscores our vision to be the market leader in this region,” said Rangu Salgame, Chairman and CEO of Princeton Digital Group, in a press statement on Wednesday, August 25.

PDG’s growth in Indonesia demonstrates our continued ability to expand rapidly in markets that matter to our customers, the statement added.

The company recently announced an investment of $1 billion to open a 100 MW flagship data center campus in Japan.

Smaller Facilities

In addition to hyperscale data centers, some companies are also developing edge data centers or smaller facilities built near the locations of the end-users. reported that PT Solusi Sinergi Digital Tbk or Surge is preparing to build edge data centers in train stations and warehouses of village cooperatives (KUD) across Java island.
The first two locations in Manggarai train station in South Jakarta and Cikarang train station in Cikarang, West Java are scheduled to operate this month.

To start, the company has set a target of developing 580 edge data centers until the end of this year.


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