AirTrunk Unveils Tokyo Data Center, Set To Be Largest In Japan

Australian hyperscale data center firm AirTrunk has unveiled its first data center in Japan. Dubbed AirTrunk TOK1, the new state-of-the-art facility is scalable to over 300 megawatts (MW), which will make it Japan’s largest data center campus, ready to power the country’s impending shift to the cloud.

TOK1 will be AirTrunk’s sixth data center in operation, joining SYD1, SYD2 and MEL1 in Australia, SGP1 in Singapore, and HKG1 in Hong Kong. Earlier this month, the company also announced a third Sydney data center, SYD3, as flagship SYD1 nears full capacity. Collectively, the AirTrunk data center platform will offer more than a gigawatt (GW) of capacity, providing a connected, secure, and sustainable home for data across the Asia-Pacific region.