AirTrunk, an Asia Pacific and Japanese hyperscale data center specialist, has announced plans for its first data center development in Osaka, Japan.
Scalable to more than 20 megawatts, AirTrunk OSK1 is strategically located in west Osaka and will provide regional diversity in a new major availability zone, complementing the company’s existing Japanese data centers in east and west Tokyo. Collectively, AirTrunk will offer more than 430 megawatts of capacity across its three data centers in the country, servicing some of the world’s largest technology companies.
“A surge in artificial intelligence applications and enterprise cloud adoption is driving huge demand for critical digital infrastructure in key markets across Japan,” said Robin Khuda, founder and CEO of AirTrunk. “The addition of OSK1 to our portfolio will firmly cement AirTrunk as a trusted market leader in hyperscale data c