Princeton Digital Group to Pour 2.1 Trillion Rupiah for Data Center Expansion in Indonesia
PDG to build a new data center Jakarta Cibitung 2 with a capacity of 22 megawatts on an area of 19,550 m2
Technology company Princeton Digital Group (PDG) is preparing an investment of $150 million or 2.1 trillion rupiah to strengthen the data center business in Indonesia. According to the plan, PDG will build a new data center (greenfield) named Jakarta Cibitung 2 (JC2) with a capacity of 22 megawatts (MW) on an area of 19,550 m2 in the same location.
PDG is a data center provider company in Asia based in Singapore. Currently, PDG has 19 data centers spread across five countries, including China, Japan, Singapore, India, and Indonesia within four years of its establishment. PDG is also building a flagship data center campus with a capacity of 100MW in Japan.
PDG's Chairman and CEO, Rangu Salgame said the company intends to strengthen its position as a data center leader in Asia Pacific. It is due to Asia Pacific as the region with the largest data center in the world. In order to achieve this target, the company has relied on three strategies over the past four years, acquisitions, takeovers and upgrades, and the construction of new data centers.
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