OrbitsEdge and Vaya Space Team up for Space-Based Data Centers

OrbitsEdge, a satellite colocation company, has teamed up with Hybrid rocket startup Vaya Space as they plan to operate small data centers in space. Typically, edge computing seeks to bring data closer to the users. However, OrbitsEdge has a distinctive business strategy. In collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise and other vendors, OrbitsEdge has created a […]

300MW Data Center Project Advances in Saudi

Saudi’s Data Center project comprises six 50MW data center facilities to be located in Riyadh, Dammam, Jeddah and Neom with the estimated budget of at least $2B for the entire project. Additionally, the plan entails building 60MW of data center capacity every year until 2026. A Saudi-headquartered Quantum Switch Tamasuk (QST) is constructing the first […]

Supplying Progress Through Busan, South Korea

At 5.50am every morning, the sun begins its gradual ascent over Inwangsan’s northwestern face, the mountain’s gentle incline offers a perfect view of Seoul as the city begins to stir and wake for the new day. The Seoul skyline is different from others. Unlike New York City or Tokyo, the city’s profile is wave-like and […]

Why is Sydney Still the Preferred Data Center Harbour in APAC?

In the early 19th century, when the first settlers had barely penetrated the interior, Australia had already established trade with the Pacific Islands, India, China, South Africa, and the Americas. In many ways, this can be seen in the technology infrastructure space too. Demand for data center space remains high across the APAC region. Australia’s […]