SUNeVision Holdings Ltd., one of the data center providers in Hong Kong, launches its hyperscale data center MEGA Gateway located in Tsuen Wan, the seventh data center in its portfolio.
MEGA Gateway is the latest state-of-the-art addition to SUNeVision’s interconnected MEGA Campus. It is built to support mission-critical IT workloads with its future-proof infrastructure. MEGA Gateway has achieved 65% pre-commitments from several major customers, with some customers having gained early access to the data center facilities.
Hong Kong, taking advantage of its geographical location at the heart of Asia, well-established telecom infrastructure and business-friendly environment, remains a prime location for data center development with enduring attraction among Asia-Pacific and global regions.
Strategically located in Tsuen Wan, the central hub in Kowloon and New Territories of Hong Kong, MEGA Gateway is mid-way along different cross-border fiber paths from mainland China to data centers at MEGA Campus. MEGA Gateway is well positioned as a strategic springboard connecting customers to mainland China from the rest of the world, vice versa.
Riding on Sun Hung Kai Properties’ strong technical know-how and expertise, SUNeVision has completed the construction of MEGA Gateway amid pandemic headwinds. The joint team from Sun Hung Kai Properties and SUNeVision has managed the entire lifecycle from design, construction to operation.
MEGA Gateway is launched as one of the first movers in new hyperscale projects in the Tsuen Wan and Kwai Chung districts with world-class facilities to meet the ever-increasing connectivity demands in the region. As part of SUNeVision’s ever-expanding footprints, MEGA Gateway is the critical addition to the interconnected MEGA Campus, advancing the company to the next chapter of sustainable growth.
SUNeVision Holdings Ltd. has reportedly had a strong revenue growth on the back of uptick in its data center business. For the year ended 30 June 2022, SUNeVision’s revenue increased 11% year on year to HK$2,086 million, of which revenue from data center business grew 11% to HK$1,940 million, driven largely by the demand for the Group’s existing data centers from both existing and new customers.