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Clients moving into iTech Tower 2 from 3rd quarter of 2016

iTech Tower 2 Data Centre Building - a greenfield development by Grand Ming Group commenced in early 2013, is designed and constructed to meet today’s cloud data centre infrastructure requirements. The provision of data centre halls are divided into communal zone and dedicated zone. In the communal zone, we prepare the major infrastructure for typical use and incorporate key features of high power density and high head room for multiple layers of overhead services provision. With major M&E infrastructure completed in early 2016 and further finalized the fit-out details for our potential clients, the site is ready for IT equipment move-in by third quarter 2016. The first major client of iTech Tower 2 is having a strong background in server hosting and internet connectivity. Their business expansion across hosting & cloud offering demand a more robust infrastructure for the data center operation. iTech Towers rightly fulfill their demand on provision and timing with a customized fitted out data center space and support by 2N power infrastructure and chiller plant for continuous cooling.

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About iTech Tower 2

iTech Tower 2 is the second data centre building of Grand Ming Group and is the first purpose-built data centre building in Hong Kong riding on the Policy of Lease Modification for Development of an Industrial Lot for High-tier Data Center Use. It is designed to meet the stringent requirements of high-tier data center, ready for Tier IV specification and with reliability of 99.999%. The infrastructure could accommodate 1,400 racks in the gross floor area of 108,000sf. WSP - being one of the World’s leading player in engineering professional services consulting firms - was appointed to charter the design and with full participation in the project works. Based on the design, it demands significant power provision from the local utilities CLP Power Hong Kong and with diverse feed from different primary substations. By energized all fourteen transformers installed in the building, it will load up servers of nearly 6MW (equivalent to12,000 dual-processor servers).