AirTrunk, the Asia Pacific's well-known data center specialist in the world, has announced its new project for the upcoming 2021. The private cloud company has decided to steal the title of the biggest data center market in Asia (excluding China) and build a new 300+ megawatt (MW) hyperscale data center campus in Tokyo, Japan. Here's what it looks like.

Introducing AirTrunk's newest soon-to-be building

Asia's Biggest Data Center to be Built in Japan Targets to Open in 2021
(Photo : AirTrunk Japan )
Asia's Biggest Data Center to be Built in Japan Targets to Open in 2021

AirTrunk TOK1, the next biggest data center in Asia, is set to construct a new 300+ megawatt (MW) hyperscale data center campus in Inzai, Tokyo.

This first ~60 MW phase of the campus is scheduled to be open and built-in 2021 as a way to support anchor customer demand of Japanese residents. 

It will be scalable to over 300 MW, allowing public cloud customers to scale rapidly to support their growing capacity requirements in Japan. 

AirTrunk's Head of Japan, Nori Matsushita, thanked the company for choosing Japan for the data center's additional space. 

"AirTrunk's unique construction methodologies, safety track record and commitment to providing an efficient and sustainable digital ecosystem will be key to our success in Japan. We look forward to working with our partners to deliver this enormous data center in Inzai," he said. 

What is AirTrunk?

To those who don't know about AirTrunk, this company is a "best-in-class hyperscale data center specialist creating a platform for cloud, content, and large enterprise customers across the Asia-Pacific region."

Mainly, the company develops and operates data center campuses with industry-leading reliability, technology innovation, and energy efficiency.

Asia's Biggest Data Center to be Built in Japan Targets to Open in 2021
(Photo : AirTrunk Japan )
Asia's Biggest Data Center to be Built in Japan Targets to Open in 2021

Described as unique, AirTrunk-- compared to other data center companies-- allows leeway to customers to build a scalable and sustainable data center solution at the lowest costs possible. 

As their next biggest project, Japan serves the highlight of the company for the year 2020. Founder and CEO of AirTrunk, Robin Khuda, mentioned that they chose Japan as this country poised a huge acceleration to the cloud industry. 

"Japan is a highly developed market with strong international connectivity, underpinning its position as a technology and data center hub in Asia. The rapid increase of cloud adoption in Japan will be enabled by critical infrastructure, including hyperscale data centers like TOK1."

"TOK1 is part of our ongoing commitment to deliver secure, reliable, scalable, and cost-effective infrastructure for our cloud customers in key Asia-Pacific markets. We're ensuring operational excellence and a consistent experience for our customers across our data center platform," said Mr. Khuda TOK1 is set to have seven buildings standing around more than 13 hectares of land. 

Who's excited to see this building? 

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Written by Jamie Pancho 

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