The data center market in Southeast Asia is poised for rapid expansion as increasing capacity constraints and rising competition from regional neighbours drive substantial investment in edge, colocation and hyperscale facilities.
According to the latest research, the market will grow by $12.6 billion between 2020 and 2025 as internet consumption habits in the region continue to evolve. While pandemic restrictions have been eased in many countries, most companies have continued to encourage hybrid working. This trend has supported the continued adoption of cloud solutions, with new data centers located close to users to deliver better performance.
Sustainability is also becoming a critical factor in the data center market. All countries are looking to reduce the environmental impact of data centers by reducing harmful emissions. These ambitions are powering the uptake of innovative technologies, particularly around mission-critical power.
This whitepaper explores how generators can be made more sustainable for the Southeast Asia market