SUPERNAP Thailand, The largest and most advanced data center in Southeast Asia



Thailand is on the move to become ASEAN’s digital infrastructure hub by 2020. According to a Frost & Sullivan report, Thailand’s Internet of Things (IoT) spending in 2014 amounted to US$ 57.7 million, and it is forecasted to increase by 1600% by 2020. In addition, Thailand’s e-commerce market has long been projected by Google and Temasek to become the second biggest in Southeast Asia after Indonesia by 2025 capturing nearly 13% of the market. Together with the commitment from Thai government on 20 Year Digital Plan to transform economy towards service and digitalization, it will drive demand for data center facilities and services outstrip supply.

With high growth for social media and OTT application along with the growing of cloud services where such sector accounts for a considerable proportion of colocation space, it means that the need for customer experience with the improve latency is needed. The SUPERNAP Thailand, a new multi-tenant carrier-neutral data center facility located in the eastern province of Chonburi under EEC (Eastern Economic Corridor) zone, surely plays an important role in the region as the critical infrastructure that powers the ability of businesses to succeed on the growing Internet of Things, Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence markets. Purposely built as a mirror of Switch’s SUPERNAP U.S. facilities, the first Tier IV Gold carrier-neutral colocation data centers on the planet, it means colocation at SUPERNAP Thailand allows clients the confidence to rest assure that business critical applications are running at full 100% efficiencies for both Primary and DR sites.

The SUPERNAP Thailand data center is also located in the strategic area of submarine cable and under the planned area for Ultra High Broadband, a connectivity hub to CMLV and data exchange gateway (one belt one road project). This prime location is proximity to Pattaya- Huahin Ferry Port, Laem Chabang Deep Sea Port, major highways, and the international airports, Suvarnabhumi and Utapao. The facility of SUPERNAP is outside Bangkok flood zone and 110 metres above sea level and able to access to numerous national and international telecommunications carriers with proximity 27km. to international cable landing station. This strategic location allows SUPERNAP Thailand to bring peace of mind for customers from well-known natural disasters and to take advantage of excellent telecommunications infrastructure, complementing their existing colocation and telehouse facilities rendering them more resilient at a national level. The full completion of SUPERNAP data center will include up to 60,000 square meters of data center space with six data halls, 60 MW of power at full capacity, a proprietary tri-redundant UPS power system, the maxmum of 33 kilowatts of power per cabinet can help customers meet the future load density requirments along with multi-carrier fiber couples with separate paths.

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