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Vantage Data Centers, a leading provider of large-scale data center campuses, has announced its entry into Taipei, Taiwan's largest data center market. The company will open TPE1, a 16MW, 215,000 square foot data center in mid-2024. The new facility will be located in Taiwan's capital city, just 35 minutes from the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.

Campus Overview

The TPE1 campus will be built with a focus on sustainability, in line with the local government's efforts to promote renewable energy sources. It will be powered by Taiwan Power Company (Taipower), which is actively developing clean energy solutions. The campus will also have redundancies in place to ensure uninterrupted service.

Why Taipei?

Vantage chose Taipei due to its role as a hub for Taiwan's digital transformation, as well as its strong connectivity and submarine cable access. This connectivity is crucial for ensuring high-speed, reliable, and resilient data transmission, making Taipei a strategic choice for data center operations.

Taipei plays a pivotal role as a hub for Taiwan's ongoing digital transformation, making it a central point for the country's technological advancements. The city's commitment to embracing and leading in the digital era creates an environment conducive to the growth and development of cutting-edge data infrastructure.

The Taipei data center market is expected to double in size by 2028, presenting a significant opportunity for Vantage. This expansion presents a significant opportunity for Vantage to capitalize on the increasing demand for data services in the region. By aligning with Taipei's role in digital transformation, leveraging strong connectivity, and recognizing the city's growth potential, Vantage positions itself strategically to thrive in the evolving landscape of data center services.

The president of Vantage Data Centers, APAC, Raymond Tong, stated that Taipei is an ideal location to serve customers in Asia, given the region's increasing demand for modern technologies like AI.

Vantage is committed to supporting Taiwan's sustainable growth and aims to achieve net zero carbon emissions across its global portfolio by 2030. This new campus in Taiwan is Vantage's eighth in the Asia-Pacific region. For more information on Vantage's campuses in the Asia-Pacific region, visit their website.

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