STT GDC Ramps up Southeast Asian AI-Ready Data Centres


ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (STT GDC) says its Southeast Asia data centres are AI match fit, with more than 500MW of data centre capacity operational or under construction in the region.

Part of the capacity caters to AI clusters and general-purpose computing workloads. AI clusters are already operational in STT GDC’s data centres in Singapore and Thailand. Additional AI clusters are expected to be operational in the Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia within the next two years.

STT GDC data centres across Southeast Asia are designed and equipped to accommodate the latest GPU chips, including NVIDIA’s Blackwell products with substantial thermal design power, resulting in higher-density powered racks ranging from 10 to 150KW per rack. These data centres feature advanced cooling solutions that support liquid immersion and direct-to-chip cooling technologies. This results from trials that started in 2022 with chassis-level precision immersion, direct-to-chip liquid cooling, and actively collaborating with leading industry players on various cooling technologies.

“STT GDC is at the forefront of supporting businesses’ journeys from the digital era to the intelligent era across Southeast Asia and globally, driven by accelerated computing as a key driver of AI innovation,” said Southeast Asia CEO Lionel Yeo. “We are committed to meeting the needs of our customers where they are, and starting with Southeast Asia, we will continue to bring to bear our expertise in delivering the agile digital infrastructure needed to support accelerated computing workloads such as AI and beyond.”

STT GDC is also currently supporting GPU workloads through its customers, who are NVDIA Cloud Service Providers at its Thailand campus, and is engaged in discussions with others regarding their AI requirements across the SEA data centre campuses.


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