Edgnex Data Centres by DAMAC Announces First Data Centre Investment in Indonesia

A modern data center under construction in an urban area of Jakarta, Indonesia. The scene includes cranes, construction workers, and a partially built

Global digital infrastructure provider Edgnex Data Centres by DAMAC has unveiled plans to invest in its first data centre in Indonesia. The new 15MW data centre will be constructed at MT Haryono in Jakarta, just 3 km from one of Jakarta’s most interconnected data centre clusters in the city’s central data hub.

The first phase of the data centre is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2025, although no financial details of the investment have been disclosed.

Owned by UAE-based luxury real estate developer Damac Properties, Edgnex sees Indonesia as a crucial element of its strategy to build data centres that cater to the growing demands of cloud service providers, support artificial intelligence deployments, and nurture the vibrant start-up ecosystem in Southeast Asia.

Danish Nayar, SVP of Investments and Acquisitions at DAMAC Capital, highlighted Jakarta’s progress in boosting its data centre capacity to 1GW. He emphasized that supporting this growth will require more Tier III-level colocation data centres. “Our new facility in downtown Jakarta will address the growing demand for cloud service providers, edge nodes, and potential artificial intelligence deployments,” he said.

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