A local Filipino group, JJynchausti is in affiliation with a US based Cloud Center to build a 12 MW data center in early June of 2022.
YCO Manila Digital will be a two story, 10,000 square meters’ data center consisting of four 3 MW data halls and an estimated first data delivery for mid-Q2 2023.
The facility will be built in the Light industry and Science Park IV in Batangas, south manila, according to real estate company, Santos Knight Frank.
“The Philippines is a leading, dynamic technology and digital hub in the APAC region but underserved in terms of state-of-the-art data center and digital infrastructure,” said Nik de Ynchausti, CEO of YCO Cloud Centers in a statement.
“We’re excited to partner with the US-based Cloud Centers and the world-class design team to deliver this important facility and provide our customers with the critical infrastructure they seek.”
“Great to have Shawn Reichart of Gensler as part of our design team for our Manila data center that will be 100,000 sq ft with 12 MW of total IT capacity.
“Announcing the design and construction of a new purpose-built data center to serve the Manila market in the Philippines,” Cloud Centers LLC said on LinkedIn several months ago.
The data center is located just south of Manila in a planned technology park,” it said in a subsequent post.