Etix Itel Bangkok invests US$20m in information centre growth amid cloud providers boom

Etix Itel Bangkok Co, the corporate behind the ETIX Bangkok#1 data centre, is ready to take a position almost US$20 million in expanding its capability to satisfy the growing demand for cloud companies and digital transformation in Thailand. The growth of the digital financial system in the country has been bolstered by global cloud suppliers investing within the area.
Nuttanai Anuntarumporn, CEO of Interlink Telecom Plc (ITEL), said…
“We will increase our current data centre ETIX Bangkok#1 in the third and fourth phases to serve demand in both local and international markets.”
The data centre is at present in its second section, with a capacity of 0.6 megawatts and 85% occupancy. The firm anticipates full capacity in the next quarter and is getting ready for the third section, price US$11 million, which is in a position to enhance capacity by an extra 1.5MW in the fourth quarter of 2024.
For the fourth part, the corporate plans to take a position US$8 million in 2025 to additional enhance capacity by another 1.3MW. ITEL owns a 33.3% stake in Etix Itel Bangkok Co, a three means partnership with Australian knowledge centre provider Etix Everywhere. Nuttanai said…
“In the primary yr of operation, we hit two phases by doubling capability with an investment of 250 million baht.”
He acknowledged that global cloud suppliers from the US, Europe, and China have invested in constructing their own knowledge centres in Thailand. Nuttanai highlighted that Etix can supply various data centres with ready-to-use capacity and scalability, as nicely as environment friendly energy usage. This is essential for knowledge centre clients who require energy-saving and carbon neutrality to adjust to sustainability objectives.
Nuttanai predicts that over the following two years, knowledge centres will experience stronger demand, and they need to capture clients since they’re nonetheless small firms that may grow together with them. The demand for knowledge centres is anticipated to proceed to rise as organisations undertake digital transformation.
In Extra to international cloud operators and over-the-top players, Etix Itel Bangkok’s prospects also embody state and private organisations. Nuttanai mentioned that state companies are adopting digitisation to increase transparency and improve operational efficiency. He expects Etix Itel Bangkok to interrupt even this 12 months with 200 million baht in income, reported Bangkok Post.
Furthermore, ITEL has signed a cooperation settlement with Australian data centre provider Edge Centres to determine a data centre in Chiang Mai known as “EC61” (E-C-Sixty-One). Nuttanai said…

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