NTT is building another data center in Jakarta, Indonesia.

NTT Data this week announced that its Global Data Centers division is constructing the Jakarta 2 Annex Data Center (JKT2A), set for completion in early 2026.

Located in central Jakarta, the seven-story facility will offer 12MW. It will incorporate air-cooling systems.

"The launch of the new JKT2A underscores our leadership position in the country, as we grow our global data center footprint to meet the increasing demand," said Doug Adams, CEO and president, Global Data Centers, NTT Data. "We are ready to provide our clients with the flexible facility designs required to enable them to achieve their business objectives. As part of this, we are committed to delivering critical data capacity that supports the digital economy in Indonesia."

The existing JKT2 offers 9.4MW across 5,400 sqm (58,125 sq ft) and capacity for 2,800 racks across eight stories. The company acquired the facility in 2015 through the purchase of Cyber CSF.

NTT launched its JKT3 campus in the Bekasi area of the city in April 2022. The four-story building offers 18,000 sqm (193,750 sq ft) of IT space and 15.2 MW capacity. When fully built out, the campus will reach 45MW.

NTT previously operated its Jakarta 1 facility in the Wisma 46 building, but that is no longer listed on the company’s site.

"The launch of Jakarta 2 Annex Data Center is a significant step towards meeting the growing demands of our clients as they deploy next-generation AI solutions and expand interconnectivity throughout the region," said Yasuhiro Kajiki, president director, Global Data Centers, Indonesia, NTT DATA and PT NTT Indonesia. "With the delivery of this new data center capacity, we meet immediate needs while laying the foundation for future technological advancements and innovation. This initiative aligns with our commitment to foster a robust digitalization in Indonesia, and supporting economic growth, innovation, and connectivity."