NTT Ltd., a leading IT infrastructure and services company, will invest Baht 3 billion (approx. USD 90 million) through NTT Global Data Centers Corporate for the development of a new Bangkok 3 Data Center (BKK3) with a max. IT capacity of 12MW across approx. 4,000 square meters of IT space when fully built.
Photo (from left): Mr. Suthipat Lueprasert, CEO, NTT Global Data Centers (Thailand) Limited and Mr. Viboon Kromadit, Director and Chief Marketing Officer AMATA Corporation PCL.
NTT Global Data Centers (Thailand) Limited therefore signed a land lease agreement with AMATA Corporation Public Company Limited recently.
The new data center is located at AMATA City Chonburi industrial estate, in a special data center designated area, just 57km from Bangkok on the country's Eastern Economic Corridor, and will cater to hyperscalers and enterprises, providing them with flexible and scalable IT infrastructure, optimum power efficiency and cost-effectiveness to support high densities of up to 30kW per rack. The BKK3 data center will be built on a site next to the company's BKK2 data center to support the growth of Thailand's digital economy, including a surge in electronic transactions and data consumption.
The new data center is being constructed in line with NTT Group’s vision of Green Innovation toward 2040. The framework will help NTT towards achieving net zero emissions across its operations by 2030 and its value chain by 2040 – in lockstep with Thailand’s own commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050.
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