Telehouse - Tokyo Data Centres

Tokyo Data Centres


Tokyo is the hub for Japan's manufacturing, transportation, publishing, broadcasting and service industries and is recognized alongside New York City and London as a key global financial centre. The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE), Japan's largest exchange, has attracted the headquarters of several of the world's largest investment banks and insurance companies. The city hosts over 50 of the Fortune Global 500 companies, the highest number of any city making it one of the most economically powerful cities in the world.

The Greater Tokyo metropolitan area, which is spread over 3 prefectures, has a population that's estimated at close to 35 million, making it the most populous metropolitan area in the world. With 5 carrier neutral data centre facilities, Telehouse Tokyo data centres make the key partner for building a resilient ICT infrastructure in the East Asian megacity.  

  • Telehouse Tokyo Tama 3
  • Telehouse Osaka 2
Telehouse Tokyo Tama 3

Telehouse Tokyo Tama 3

Telehouse Tokyo Tama 3
  • Telehouse Tokyo Tama 3 launched in February 2016
  • 1,300 racks of tenancy space
  • Up to 42kVA (designed) power supply to racks and high-density colocation services 
  • The Tama campus now has a total capacity of 4,300 racks with 40MW
 
Telehouse Osaka 2

Telehouse Osaka 2

Telehouse Osaka 2
  • Telehouse Osaka 2 launched in February 2016
  • Tier 4 data centre certified by Japan Data Centre Council (JDCC-PS)
  • 700 racks of tenancy space
  • 6.6MW of power with up to 30kVA high-density racks available
 

 

Why choose Telehouse Tokyo Data Centres?


Earthquake-resistant structure which can withstand a seismic intensity of 6-upper class

All Telehouse Japan/Tokyo data centres are built with earthquake-resistant construction techniques which can withstand an earthquake with a seismic intensity of 6-upper on the Japan Meteorological Agency seismic intensity scale. Besides this, Telehouse’ Tokyo data centres are constructed with extensive fire prevention measures by adopting the VESDA fire detection systems, in addition to fire alarm systems and fire spread prevention systems.


Japan’s Internet Hub

Telehouse’ Tokyo data centres as well as its other facilities in Japan, have direct connection to a large capacity, high-speed Internet backbone that is the largest of its type in the country. Its parent company KDDI provides high-speed connections to the Japan Internet Exchange (JPIX) as well as major internet exchanges in the U.S. and Europe. KDDI Corporation is one of the shareholders of JPIX, which has become one of the largest internet exchanges in Japan and is based in the KDDI Otemachi Building in Tokyo. 


KDDI Cloud Server Service

The KDDI Cloud Server Service is available in Telehouse’ Tokyo data centres and provides a packaged IT solution including hardware and applications at a monthly charge, which is indispensable for the construction of customers’ ICT environment.

 

Advanced management, monitoring and maintenance services

KDDI provides advanced management, monitoring and maintenance services to all Telehouse  Tokyo data centres, promoting the reduction of work load in the operation activities of customers. These can include end-to-end solutions which satisfy a variety of needs, such as security, EC site, call centre construction and outsourcing management.

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