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Main Data Centers of NTT Communications Groups

Lundy Data Center
  • Located in Silicon Valley, California, with easy access from San Jose International Airport
  • 2 stories, total floor space: 130,700 sqft
  • Directly connected with NTT Communications’ global IP backbone network; multi carrier network services available
  • Cooling energy efficiency improved as Vigilent smart energy management system "Smart DASH" introduced
  • Uptime Institute Green Enterprise IT (GEIT) Awards 2012
  • SSAE 16, ISAE3402, and SysTrust compliant
Sterling Data Center
  • Located in the northern Virginia; easy access from Washington Dulles International Airport and Washington, D.C. downtown
  • One story, total floor space: 110,000 sqft
  • Connected with NTT Communications’ global IP backbone network directly; multi carrier network services available
  • Suitable not only for primary data center, but also for secondary data center for disaster recovery and/or BCP purpose
  • Cooling energy efficiency improved as Vigilent smart energy management system "Smart DASH" introduced
  • Uptime Institute Green Enterprise IT (GEIT) Awards 2012
  • SSAE 16, ISAE3402, and SysTrust compliant
Hong Kong Tai Po Data Center
  • Located at highly secure and robust environment in the district of Tai Po, Hong Kong
  • Total floor space: 212,000 sqft (equivalent to approx. 3,000 racks)
  • Optimal power and cooling systems designed with Tier Ⅲ + fully redundant configuration
  • Multiple carrier networks available
  • Trilingual Hong Kong Operation Center staff stationed to provide customer service 24h 365d (English, Mandarin and Japanese)
  • ISO 27001:2005 Information Security Management System (ISMS) Certification by BSI (British Standards Institution)
  • ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Certification by BSI (British Standards Institution)
  • Green ICT Silver Award at Hong Kong ICT Awards 2011
  • LEED Silver certified
  • Hong Kong Tai Po Data Center
Singapore Serangoon Data Center
  • Service started since April 2012
  • Self-designed and constructed purpose-built data center at Serangoon North, Singapore
  • Connected with NTT Com’s high-speed high-capacity networks and the other telecommunication carriers' networks
  • Connected with the Asia Submarine-cable Express (ASE): the shortest and ultra-low latency cable system linking major business hubs in the East Asian region
  • The highest "Green Mark Platinum" awarded by Building and Construction Authority of Singapore: BCA
  • The LEED Gold awarded
  • ISO/IEC 27001:2005 Information Security Management Certification by BSI (British Standards Institution)
  • Singapore Serangoon Data Center
Hong Kong Financial Data Center
  • Service started since May 2013
  • Located at Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, across the street from the Hong Kong Exchange and Clearing Limited’s data center
  • Self-designed, purpose-built Tier IV ready data center on approx. 30,000 sqm land area
  • Co-locating the cable landing station of the Asia Submarine Cable Express (ASE) connecting Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, the Philippines and Malaysia, provides ultra-low latency global connectivity among key financial hubs in Asia
  • Tier IV ready infrastructure providing the highest level of redundancy that is critical for to the financial industry,etc. with Uptime Tier IV* certification
    *Hong Kong's first Tier IV [Fault Tolerant] design certified date center by Uptime Institute®,2014
  • Stringent level of security and access controls based on internationally recognized information security standards: ISO27001, ISAE and PCI
  • An office building adjacent to the DC building offers disaster recovery and/or backup functions for customers' convenience
  • Designed according to LEED Gold* standard: the internationally recognized green building standard for high performance green building
    *The LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System™ Gold rating by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
  • Hong Kong Financial Data Center
Tokyo No.5 Data Center
  • Service started since April 2011
  • Located at CBD of Tokyo Metropolitan (Bunkyo-Ward), suitable for those clients requesting minimum access time from their locations in Tokyo Metropolitan business area, accessible by multiple public transportation routes
  • Total floor area: 13,000 sqm (equivalent to approx. 1,500 racks)
  • Reinforced concrete seismic isolation structure, durable against the earthquake of Great East Japan Earthquake (Mar. 11, 2011) and Hanshin Awaji Earthquake (Jan. 17, 1995) levels
  • Tier Ⅲ+ equivalent level of infrastructure, such as gas turbine power generators with N+1 configuration
  • Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) is less than 1.45; reducing carbon dioxide emissions 15% less than conventional DC buildings
  • Tokyo No.5 Data Center
Tokyo No.6 Data Center
  • Service started since April 2013,
  • Located at CBD of Tokyo Metropolitan (Kita-Ward), 7 min. walking distance from the nearest JR Yamanote line station, accessible also from multiple public transportation routes
  • 6 stories, 1,500kg/sqm floor loading; total floor space 22,000 sqm (equivalent to approx. 3,000 racks) ; the maximum scale in Tokyo Metropolitan area
  • Steel construction structure and seismically isolated building enables the minimum impacts on customer ICT systems in the earthquake of the Great East Japan Earthquake (Mar. 11, 2011) class
  • High power density equipment can be loadable with water chiller system, fresh outside air cooling, airflow management systems, and rotary UPS; achieving 1.2 Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE), one of the top level for data centers in Japan
  • Infrastructure system configuration for electric power, climate control, security control, etc. can be flexibly customized to meet clients’ requests, such as redundant power feeds and/or communications systems routes. Additional climate control capacity and security control systems can be available on request
  • A 2,000 sqm annex office building offers office room space for customers convenience such as business continuity and/or disaster recovery
  • Tokyo No.6 Data Center
Yokohama No.1 Data Center
  • State-of-the-art, suburban data center located on a hill of firm ground in Yokohama with a distance of approximately 20km from the center of Tokyo, ideal location with little hazardous risks for flood, earthquake and/or aviation route, and will continue its operation even at any future natural disasters in Tokyo Metropolitan area
  • Approx. 39,000 sqm of total floor space (equivalent to approx. 5,650 racks)
  • Steel reinforced concrete purpose-built data center building with seismic isolation structure and devices to withstand earthquakes of the Great East Japan Earthquake (Mar. 11, 2011) class
  • Data center infrastructure configuration with Tier III level or higher standard
  • SSAE16・ISAE3402 Type2 report compliant
  • Yokohama No.1 Data Center
Osaka No. 5 Data Center (under construction)
  • Located in CBD of Osaka City, short distances from each access point by multiple public transportation routes
  • Total floor area: 12,500sqm. (eq. to approx. 1,600racks)
  • Steel construction structure and seismically isolated building enables the minimum impacts on customer ICT systems in the earthquake of the Great East Japan Earthquake (Mar. 11, 2011) and Hanshin Awaji Earthquake (Jan. 17, 1995) levels. Mission-critical facilities and equipment can be located more than 7 meters height above the ground, self-designed and purpose-built data center by NTT Communications Group
  • Fed by two diverse underground primary utility feeders sourced from two different geographically diverse power substations; and connected with multiple fiber optic cables running through underground cable tunnels directly, Tier III level or higher (Fault Tolerant environment) can be realized. Suitable also for disaster recovery (DR) and/or business continuity (BCP)
  • With advanced technology such as free cooling system, front discharge type of customized AHU design, highly efficient electric power system and high voltage direct current technology, the overall Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of the data center is designed to be 1.3
  • Osaka 5 Data Center

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