Project News

Publishing date: 17/09/2021



STT GDC opens hyperscale data centre in Bangkok

ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (Thailand) today announced the official opening of its first data centre in Bangkok.


STT Bangkok 1 is the first of two buildings in the STT Bangkok Data Centre Campus, located in the business district of Hua Mak. The seven-story building offers a gross floor area of 30,000 sq. m and delivers up to 20MW of total IT power. STT GDC Thailand says this can be scaled up to 40MW.


The company said that STT Bangkok 1 is the largest data centre in the city.



Prime Data Centers plans new 150MW campus in Elk Grove, Chicago

Prime Data Centers is planning to build a new data centre campus in Elk Grove outside of Chicago, Illinois.

The company said it plans to invest around $1 billion developing a 750,000 square feet, 150MW campus featuring three three-story facilities.


This will be Prime’s first data centre in the state of Illinois and first development outside of California.



Interxion expands AMS17 data centre in Amsterdam

Interxion has completed the expansion of its AMS17 data centre in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The Digital Realty subsidiary has completed the third and final phase of its AMS17 facility – also known as the Amsterdam Data Tower – and has made four additional floors available to customers.


The expansion adds a total of 2,048 additional available square meters (22,000 sq ft) with 2.4MW of additional power to the facility.

The data centre now has a total area of ​​5,500 sq m (59,200 sq ft) and 7MW of capacity available to customers.




Turkcell opens new data centre in Tekirdağ, Turkey

The telco has opened a new data center in the Kapaklı district of Tekirdağ, to the west of Istanbul on the northern coast of the Sea of Marmara.


The company reportedly spent $295 million on the project, known as the European Data Center. The ​​37,277 square meter (400,000 sq ft) facility has 7,238 sq m (78,000 sq ft) of white space from which to offer services such as colocation and disaster recovery.