PDG: Your Catalyst To Growth in Asia

As your partner in Asia’s most energized digital economies, we help hyperscalers and enterprises expand into these complex regions.

Scale quickly thanks to our unending focus on agility and speed to market, unlocking limitless growth opportunities.

All our carrier and cloud-neutral data centers in Asia operate at maximum efficiency with advanced power and cooling systems.

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Singapore

Singapore plays a critical role as the digital capital of Asia, with Smart Nation and Infocomm Media 2025 government initiatives powering the digital ecosystem.

A high-density subsea cable network ensures diverse connectivity to other markets within Asia-Pacific. The nation’s rich, resilient power supply and skilled workforce make for a business-friendly climate.

Our data center in Singapore is situated in a central part of the city, serving as a strategic location for hyperscalers and enterprises looking for additional capacity to support their expansion plans.

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China

China’s “Internet Plus” economy accounts for one-third of the nation’s GDP, worth US$4.6 trillion in 2018 with a growth of 15 percent year-on-year. The expansive digitalized ecosystem is in the midst of a digital payment revolution with the number of mobile merchant payments expecting to rise to 577 million in 2019 and to almost 700 million in 2022.

Robust growth in technological innovations such as 5G, Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence is also driving market demand.

Our data centers in China are situated across key metro markets and cities.

Shanghai

Shanghai, China’s second-largest city serves as a Level 1 telecommunication backbone node, making it a major hub for cloud computing, financial services, and multi-national corporations.

Our campus is one of the largest in Shanghai with access to reliable electricity and major telecommunications providers.

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Nantong

Nantong is the nearest large cloud computing base to Shanghai. Our data center is in the IDC park in the Nantong Economic and Technological Development Zone. Direct telecommunication links make this a key location for businesses operating in the Shanghai metropolitan area with additional capacity requirements or disaster recovery needs.

Nanjing

Nanjing is a Level 1 city for telecommunication in China. Located in the technology district Jiangning, this facility serves the Jiangsu region. With access to multiple service providers, it attracts software companies, internet companies, and technology startups in Artificial Intelligence.

Guangzhou

The city of Foshan neighbors Guangzhou, one of China’s largest network hubs located in the economically dynamic Pearl River Delta region. Foshan is close to Hong Kong and Macau and is easily accessible via three intercity railway lines.

Our data center is located in the Foshan Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, alongside the smart manufacturing enterprises spearheading Foshan’s growing digital economy.

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Xi’an

Xi’an in Shaanxi province is a major hub for cloud computing, data technology, and innovations like Big Data and Artificial Intelligence.

Our data center is strategically located in the Xi’an Economic and Technological Development Zone.

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Beijing

Bejing is one of China’s major internet hubs, business hubs, and home to many renowned multinational corporations.

Our data center is located in the Daxing district of Beijing.

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Indonesia

Indonesia’s internet economy is the largest and fastest-growing in ASEAN, worth US$27 billion in 2018. It’s predicted that by 2025 it will be worth US$100 billion, or US$4 of every US$10 spent in the country.

This is driven by the rise in digital native businesses and emerging tech unicorns, drawing cloud giants to increase their market footprint in Indonesia, placing the nation on the cusp of the next frontier of cloud growth.

Our data centers in Indonesia are located in both Java and Sumatra.

Jakarta, Cibitung

Jakarta, the capital and the largest city of Indonesia, is situated on the northwest coast of the world’s most populous island of Java. As the commercial epicenter of the country, the government has kickstarted smart city initiatives to advance Jakarta’s technological landscape, driving market demand.

Cibitung is an emerging cloud data center hub in the Jakarta area. Our facility stands in an industrial area with access to reliable electricity from two nearby power plants. The unit is close to a fire station and accessible via toll and non-toll roads.

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Jakarta, Bintaro

Bintaro is a strategic location for data centers in Jakarta given its proximity to power and network resources, cloud service providers and a strong enterprise ecosystem. Located in the western Jakarta metro, our data center is close to two train stations and within 30 minutes from the airport. Our technical team is available onsite 24×7 to address any requests.

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Bandung

Bandung is one of the top five major cities in Indonesia and home to Indonesia’s largest technology university. Already a hub for startups, the government plans to further galvanize the city’s skilled workforce to make this Indonesia’s technology capital.

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Surabaya

Surabaya is the second-largest city in Indonesia and an important secondary location to Jakarta. Positioned on a different tectonic plate to Sumatra, the data center is a key alternate location supporting the capacity needs of East Indonesia. It’s conveniently situated close to the airport and the port.

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Pekanbaru

The Sumatran facility is in Pekanbaru and houses one of the core network nodes for XL Axiata, the second-largest mobile operator in Indonesia.

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India

India’s internet economy is expected to double by 2020 to US$250 billion, or 7.5 percent of GDP.

India has the second-highest growth rate of cloud spending in the world at a 40.2 percent compound annual growth rate from 2016 – 2018. In 2019, spend on the public cloud increased by 25 percent to reach US$2.6 billion and is set to continue this trajectory into 2020.

India is the second-largest country in the world for mobile internet users with over 600 million subscribers and counting. Data usage has increased threefold in the last two years to over 11GB per person per month.

Stay tuned for PDG updates in this fast-evolving market.

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