The Asia Pacific region is experiencing a significant period of growth, with a growing population of middle-class digital consumers needing online services.
But beyond that, the different markets in the region are extremely different.
India has a creaking power system but an established digital class, Singapore doesn't have the room for data centers, and Japan is seriously lacking in renewable energy.
This supplement takes a look at the challenges facing the APAC region, in the following articles:
- Inside Singapore's tallest multi-tenant data center Equinix's newest data center spans nine stories, plus underground fuel storage
- Dissecting Singapore's pilot for green data centers Intense competition for a small number of permits
- Data centers cooled by snow Snow makes for sporting fun and urban nuisance... and cooling
- Australia is the perfect market for an Edge industry Its geography suits Edge, but is there room for multiple players?
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