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The 36MW facility is pencilled in for Q4 2022 go-live.
Video conferencing company plans for "hundreds" of engineering roles to support its R&D development centre in the country, where it is also doubling its data centre capacity.
Slated to open in the first half of 2021, the new site will look to tap Singapore's growing demand for cloud services amidst accelerated digital transformation efforts.
The data centre campus, called TOK1, will be based at Inzai's data centre hub.
The Japanese company will add 4,500 square metres of technical area and 20 megawatts of new capacity to the data centre.
The initiative is part of a 'multi-year' partnership with local energy companies Sembcorp Power and Sembcorp Solar.
Data centers have been preparing since January to make sure that the world would stay connected amid the coronavirus crisis.
Data center spending is likely to be feast or famine as enterprises pull back and hyperscale cloud providers build out infrastructure only to hit pause and digest.
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