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SG3 - Singapore IBX data centre
Singapore SG3 colocation and data centre is home to the Asia-Pacific Network Operation Centre (NOC) with Internet exchange points access to one of the world's three GRX peering points.
SG2 - Singapore IBX data centre
The Singapore SG2 colocation and data centre at Pioneer Walk is home to the Asia-Pacific Network Operation Centre with internet exchange point access to one of the world's three GRX peering points.
SG1 - Singapore IBX data centre
The Singapore SG1 colocation and data centre at Ayer Rajah is home to the Asia-Pacific Network Operation Centre (NOC) with internet exchange point access to one of the world's three GRX peering points.
Equinix helps companies accelerate business performance by connecting them to their customers and partners inside the world’s most networked data centres. Our Singapore colocation facilities are business hubs for 450+ companies. Our customers here can choose from a broad range of network services from 190+ providers. They can also interconnect to customers and partners in their digital supply chain.
Our Singapore data centres house many of the international and regional networks connecting South Asia. Our Singapore colocation facilities are also the leading point of access to one of the world’s three GRX peering points. Singapore is home to Equinix’s Asia-Pacific Network Operation Centre.
Our Singapore data centres also offer:
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Our global growth is closely tied to our success in the Asia-Pacific region, where continuous expansion has strengthened the capacity and appeal of our entire data centre footprint. Watch the video to see the historical highlights.
This report outlines how enterprises can employ colocation networking (various connections within a colocation facility) to achieve the same cloud benefits that cloud providers, content providers and carriers already enjoy. With colocation networking, enterprises can achieve superior flexibility, resiliency and cost reduction. It covers the three facets of colocation networking — Ethernet-based access, intracolocation and intercolocation — and how your enterprise can gain a competitive advantage through their implementation.