Big Data Exchange (BDx), recently appointed an industry veteran to lead and execute operations for its data centers across Asia. Jeremy Yew is now the company’s Senior Vice President of Data Center Facilities & Operations. He’s responsible for ensuring customers meet their connectivity needs and for outfitting data centers under construction with the best possible equipment.
This announcement comes in the midst of an aggressive expansion pattern for BDx. The company was founded in 2019 and has quickly grown its portfolio of data centers. BDx operates facilities in mainland China, Hong Kong and Singapore, which was acquired earlier this year. BDx is constructing a new data center in Nanjing, China, which is set to open later this year. Yew has been instrumental in sourcing and deploying strategies and equipment that will serve national and international customers who will use the Nanjing facility to connect to customers.
“Since the launch of BDx, it’s been considered one of the top companies in the region to watch because of how quickly it’s growing. I’m honored to have been given the opportunity to expand my role at BDx and become a critical part of the value chain to meet the needs of our customers. Adaptability is key, and being a fast-growing company coupled with trust from the management allows us to be very accommodating towards customer demands.” – Jeremy Yew, Senior Vice President of Data Center Facilities & Operations for BDx
Jeremy Yew – Professional Background
Yew joined BDx in April as its Global Head of Critical Facilities. He brings more than 15 years of experience across various sectors to the company, including operations for mission critical data centers, engineering for critical infrastructure, project management and building operations. Yew has extensive experience managing data centers at the strategic, tactical and operational level in the APAC region.
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