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The Silicon Review Asia

AirTrunk – Combining award-winning design and innovative insight to build a data-driven future

The Silicon Review
February, 2021

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With billions of people now using the internet on a daily basis, truly massive amounts of data are being generated every single minute. Setting aside the millions of text messages and emails being sent out, social media is helping users share and view more images and videos than ever before. About 2.5 quintillion bytes of data is created each day and with over 100 new devices connected to the internet every second, that figure is only going to increase in the years to come. That reality has fueled the rise of the hyperscale data center, a super-sized version of the mission-critical facilities that house the servers powering the Internet.  Workloads are being consolidated into larger and more efficient facilities, and it has become commonplace for hyperscale companies. The rise of hyperscale computing has created a new paradigm in the data center business, changing the landscape for providers and customers alike. Hyperscale companies have become the largest customers for leasing wholesale and build-to-suit data center space. As a result, these customers hold huge sway over data center development, which has evolved rapidly to adapt to larger requirements.

AirTrunk is one such firm that combines Asia-Pacific insight and best-in-class data center design to power the companies transforming the world. The firm has reimagined the data centres of yesterday, and uses their regional expertise to build hyperscale data centres that are more cost-effective, scalable, and available. It is designing, building, and operating the region’s largest neutral hyperscale data centres. Having opened Australia’s first and largest hyper-scale data centres, and with Singapore, Hong Kong, and Sydney under development, the firm has their eyes set on rapid expansion across Asia Pacific.

Why AirTrunk?

Cost Effective: AirTrunk is a place where high performance doesn’t mean high cost. It offers lower lease rates, zero electricity margins, and no monthly add-ons.

Secure and Reliable: It’s a place where data never sleeps. The firm offers 100 percent availability backed by industry leading SLAs. So you can always be there for your customers. Its comprehensive certification process includes ISO 27001, PCI DSS, SOC 2 Type II and SCEC Zone 3 or higher.

Sustainable and Efficient: The firm offers lower water usage and guaranteed PUE for fixed costs and sustainability. It is tailored solutions make it easy to work with our data center experts at every step. Its investment in R&D delivers higher reliability, efficiency, and responsiveness for its customers.

Airtrunk Datacentre Features

  • Locations: Low-risk sites close to utilities and connectivity
  • Capacity: Hyperscale campus-style deployment
  • Reliability: 100% availability backed by industry-leading SLAs
  • PUE: 1.15 in temperate climate. 1.35 in tropical climate

Accolades won by AirTrunk

The company’s ground-breaking technology and innovative designs have allowed them to re-imagine the data centres of yesterday to deliver our customers more secure, efficient and scalable solutions. Their leadership in data center innovation, financing, and phenomenal growth story have been recognised in multiple award programs across the globe.

  • The firm won Multi-Tenant Data Center Design Award ‘DCD GLOBAL AWARDS 2019’: In December 2019, AirTrunk won the Multi-Tenant Data Center Design Award at the DCD Global Awards. Taking out the same award at the DCD APAC Awards earlier this year, this award recognizes AirTrunk’s ground-breaking SYD1 data center design and market-leading hyperscale data center solutions at a global level.
  • Data Center Construction Team of the Year: AirTrunk were incredibly proud to be finalists for Data Center Construction Team of the Year at the DCD Global Awards. This award recognizes innovation in construction and initiative in a building project at a global level.
  • Data Center Operations Team of the Year DCD GLOBAL AWARDS 2019: AirTrunk was proud to be a finalist for Data Center Operations Team of the Year at the DCD Global Awards. This award recognizes excellence in operations globally.
  • 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2019 GOLDMAN SACHS BUILDERS + INNOVATORS: In October 2019, AirTrunk’s Founder & CEO Robin Khuda was recognized as one of the 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2019 at the Goldman Sachs Builders + Innovators Summit in Santa Barbara, California. This award acknowledges Robin’s success in building AirTrunk to be one of fastest growing and most successful business globally.

The pre-eminent leader behind the glory of AirTrunk

Robin Khuda is the founder and also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of AirTrunk. Mr. Robin is, responsible for the overall business and Asia-Pacific expansion. He was a founding member at NEXTDC and has held leadership roles in various multinational technology companies across the Asia-Pacific region.

“AirTrunk data center solutions are tailor-made to meet the needs of cloud and content providers as well as large enterprises. It builds efficient, secure and flexible homes for your valuable data.”

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