BDx’s Asia-Pacific data center and digital footprint keeps growing with the news of the company’s launch of BDx Indonesia. The world-class data center joint venture with Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH) and Lintasarta creates a new hyperscale-focused data center company set to transform Indonesia’s digital ecosystem.
Big Data Exchange (BDx) announced the launch of BDx Indonesia and this multi-million-dollar data center partnership at an exclusive event at the Ritz Carlton Pacific Place on June 3 in Jakarta while celebrating the country’s rich cultural heritage. The launch of this exciting data center brand was commemorated with the unveiling of the BDx Indonesia name and logo.
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This US 300M joint venture expansion into Indonesia for the leading data center solutions provider also includes operations of four existing data centers previously wholly owned and operated by IOH and Lintasarta in and around the capital city of Jakarta, one of the world’s hottest data center markets.
BDx Indonesia Will Deliver 250MW of Capacity to Indonesia by 2027
BDx Indonesia will modernize and expand those four existing data centers, keeping a keen eye on the company’s sustainability model while using industry-leading design and construction standards to develop new greenfield projects. Combined, these projects will further enhance capacity across Indonesia to 70MW by 2023 and 250MW in the next five years.
This digital expansion provides Indonesia customers with access to seamless connectivity options across BDx’s network of facilities in China, Hong Kong, and Singapore, where the company just moved its global headquarters.
Key stakeholders of BDx Indonesia explained how this unique partnership will impact Indonesia’s digital transformation ecosystem.
“BDx Indonesia, drawing on the strengths of BDx, IOH and Lintasarta, is poised to become hyperscale customers’ preferred partner and one of the largest data center providers in Indonesia,” said Mayank Srivastava, Interim President Director of the Joint Venture. Srivastava will oversee BDx Indonesia’s overall business growth. “By delivering operational excellence in globally standardized facilities, coupled with our commitment to promoting the most sustainable practices, we are excited to begin our journey to being a key player in Indonesia’s digital ecosystem.”
Data Center Growth Supports Indonesia’s Rising Customer Demand
According to a recent Indonesian Internet Service Providers Association’s annual report, Internet access and usage in the country increased to 196 million in 2020, which is approximately 73.7% of the island’s total population.
BDx Indonesia’s entry into this explosive data center market to keep up with demand solidifies the company’s growing position as one of the world’s fastest-growing data center companies.
“Hyperscalers and enterprises have a critical need for best-in-class global data centers and robust connectivity in Indonesia, and BDx Indonesia will play an integral role in empowering digital transformation across this key APAC region and beyond,” said Braham Singh, CEO of BDx. “The existing infrastructure in Indonesia is rapidly scaling with today’s increase in digital demands, and our strategy provides companies access to the capacity and customer-focused solutions required to innovate and remain at the forefront.”
The BDx Indonesia announcement is just one of a running list of innovative partnerships like the BDx and EXA Infrastructure partnership that further enhance the company’s infrastructure growth in markets that desperately need data center solutions and connectivity.
Learn more about BDx’s launch of BDx Indonesia.