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Telehouse opens new data centre in Thailand

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Telehouse has unveiled its first Thai data centre, located at Rama 9 in Bangkok.

The facility, which Telehouse said is the result of an investment of US$74 million, spans 9,000 sqm and provides 9.5MVA of power capacity. 

As part of Telehouse’s commitment to achieving net zero CO2 emissions by 2026, the new site also aims to become the first purpose-built data centre in Thailand to achieve 100% power supply by renewable energy.

The data centre was unveiled at an opening ceremony held at Rama 9.

Ken Miyashita, Managing Director of Telehouse (Thailand) said, “We are very excited to announce and celebrate our official opening in Bangkok.

“With our location in the heart of the city, Telehouse Thailand will provide secure and reliable data center services to act as a connectivity hub in Southeast Asia. We are ready to elevate data center standards and contribute to the digital society in the country and region.”

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