Located in the Jurong East area of the country, the center has a resilient architecture and 700,000 liters of underground fuel storage that enables the site to maintain operations for up to 48 hours in the event of an emergency.
Some of its best features include diverse points of fiber entry with connectivity options provided by SingTel (News - Alert) and StarHub. The power architecture provides the finest environment for companies with the most demanding applications. The building is also capable of delivering up to 30MW of power and up to 5MW per floor via its concurrently maintainable 2N design.
With this new facility, the company now powers a total of three data centers. The two other data centers are located in Missouri and, Colorado.
The center in Singapore allows Netelligent to give their clients and partners the added service to expand globally with its cloud initiatives, yet still take advantage of the convenience of working with a local technology partner.
“Client demand for global experience and presence continues to extend far beyond the US. Identifying a technology partner who has the global acumen to help navigate the international complexities of data deployment and management can be a very daunting task”, said Steve Busselman, vice president of Sales, Netelligent, in a statement.
“Conversations with our customers start at the “what if” level and quickly result in the defining next steps for deployment. That may sound a bit bold, but for many of our clients who operate facilities internationally, global competition increases at such a fast pace that many of our competitors cannot turn quickly enough to accommodate for the demand in a timely manner. The new norm requires dynamic solution identification and quick, decisive execution for deployment,” Busselman added.