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Fujitsu opens S$15m Green Data Centre in Singapore

By Rachel Kelly, Channel NewsAsia
13 January 2009

SINGAPORE: The Japanese electronics company Fujitsu has invested S$15 million into its third data centre in Singapore.

The centre will provide energy efficient data services throughout ASEAN.

The facility, in Changi in eastern Singapore, currently spans over 7,400 square feet. But it has the potential to expand to some 18,000 square feet by the end of the year.

Fujitsu will be using energy efficient initiatives such as temperature control and ambient lighting to save energy and cut energy costs by 10 to 30 per cent.

The data centre is expected to create around 150 jobs this year. - CNA/vm

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