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Largest telco-neutral data center in PH opens

Bee Information Technology PH Inc. opened the Philippines’s largest telco-neutral data center which consists of 3,000 racks spread across three floors of a building in Pasig City.

Largest telco-neutral data center in PH opens
Beeinfotech PH president and CEO Reynaldo Huergas
The center offers telco-grade and tailored services to companies. Beeinfotech PH’s objective is to propel the digital transformation of businesses by delivering resilient and flexible IT solutions. 

“Founded in 2020, we entered the market with modern ideas towards radical changes that will propel businesses and help shape the course of digital transformation in the Philippines. Our affiliation with a network of data centers in the region enables us to serve as the gateway to Asia to access global technologies and make it within reach to the local market,” said Beeinfotech PH president and chief executive Reynaldo Huergas.

The data center’s entry in local colocation and data management space is most opportune as many companies are focused on meeting the increased demand in digital solutions brought by the COVID-19 pandemic. The center was responsive to the Department of Information and Communications Technology’s efforts to accelerate the digitalization of government agencies while pushing for the same in the private sector to streamline processes and improve delivery of services.

“The ongoing pandemic has pushed companies and even the government to bolster their digital infrastructure and integrate more digital-based solutions to protect employees and better serve customers and the citizens. However, this endeavor can be difficult in the face of the economic impact of the pandemic and the increasing complexity in managing IT infrastructure. Our data center facility assists businesses in their digital transformation efforts by delivering critical IT management expertise and solutions that, once outsourced, can propel businesses further in their growth and development even in these difficult times,” Huergas said.

According to a report from Grand View Research, maintaining one’s own data center facility and scaling up of infrastructure to accommodate bigger volume of data are among the growth factors for sustaining the growth of the colocation industry.

The report said that global data center colocation industry is expected to have a 13.3 percent compound annual growth rate from 2021 to 2028, with the Asia-Pacific region leading. The Philippines, in particular, is expected to increase its rack space market to 400,000 square feet by 2024.

Located in Pasig City, the Beeinfotech PH colocation facility covers 19,000 square meters across three floors of more than 6,000 sq. m. each. This gives Beeinfotech PH enough room to reach up to a 45U rack height and hold more than 3,000 racks, which is the largest number of racks within a single data center in the country. 

With such space to host servers and other mission-critical resources, businesses can offload their entire IT infrastructure management responsibilities to Beeinfotech PH and focus on achieving their goals.

As a telco-neutral data center, Beeinfotech PH’s facility allows clients to choose among multiple connections from different telecommunications providers. 

This setup allows clients to select the connection that best suits their interests and needs. Additionally, telco-neutrality adds redundancy to a company’s connection. 

For example, if one network goes offline, Beeinfotech PH can simply transfer the client to another connection to maintain online accessibility.

The data center provides bespoke colocation solutions which can reduce a company’s IT costs. Its floors follow the Open Design and Elastic Floor concepts so that Beeinfotech PH can meet certain client’s specifications such as special enclosures, zoning and caging. 

Both designs make it easier to scale resources up or down, thereby providing full-scale flexibility where clients only pay for the resources they need and use. 

The facility is also protected with more than seven layers of comprehensive physical security measures to manage risks on access to the facility and provide stealth to data systems from cyberattacks. 

It houses three dedicated sites that companies can utilize against the effects of the pandemic and other challenges in the future. Its Security Operations Center gives companies protection against cybercrime as it detects, analyzes, and immediately responds to incoming threats such as DDoS attacks and phishing. 

Meanwhile, its Network Operations Center monitors the entire network and maintains uptime at all times. The Disaster Recovery Site is a specialized facility that organizations can use to recover and restore their infrastructure in case of disasters. 

By offering the three salient features, Beeinfotech PH delivers the resiliency that companies need to adapt and recover easily.

Aside from enabling companies, Beeinfotech PH’s objective is to become a gateway for opportunities going to and from Asia. Beeinfotech PH will leverage its footprint across the region and serve as the new gateway hub both for international companies seeking to enter the lucrative markets in the region and for Asian companies seeking global expansion.

Topics: Bee Information Technology PH Inc. , telco-neutral data center , Reynaldo Huergas
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