Singtel's Green Data Hub Begins Construction

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Construction for Singtel’s high power density and hyper-connected green data centre, DC Tuas, has commenced.

The 120,000 sqft, eight-storey facility is Singtel's largest data centre in Singapore to date.

DC Tuas is also the only data centre in Singapore to "be integrated with a cable landing station," said Singtel.

"DC Tuas will incorporate next-generation cooling capabilities that can support customers’ rack density of up to 80kW per rack with more efficient liquid cooling, thus lowering its PUE to below 1.3," Singtel added.

When operational in 2025, DC Tuas will offer 58MW of IT load capacity to support the demand for "high-quality, sustainable digital infrastructure while optimising land, power, and water use."

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Source: Singapore Business Review

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