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OPTAGE Builds Its Fifth Data Center in Osaka, Japan

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OSAKA, Japan–()–OPTAGE, Inc., a telecommunications and digital infrastructure company in Japan, today announced the construction of its fifth data center “OPTAGE Sonezaki Data Center” in Osaka, Japan.

In recent years, many companies and municipalities in Japan have been using cloud services, and there is a growing demand for data centers that can communicate with low latency cloud services. As a result, many Japanese data centers are concentrated in Osaka and Tokyo due to low latency and easy access. Also, disaster preparedness is important in Japan due to the large number of earthquakes occurring in Japan and more and more companies are using data centers in both Osaka and Tokyo.

Until now, OPTAGE has operated multiple data centers in Osaka. This new data center location is close to popular public cloud access points and Internet exchange and can communicate with low latency. As the data center is carrier independent, services such as cloud, IX (Internet Exchange) and carriers are widely available.

First name

OPTAGE Sonezaki Data Center

Position

Kita-ku, Osaka, Japan

Area

24,109 sq. ft

Plans

14 floors above ground

To open

Expected January 2026

  1. Connectivity

    Data centers with popular cloud and IX access points are within two miles. OPTAGE’s highly reliable optical fiber connects directly to these data centers, enabling customers to communicate with stability and low latency.
  2. Neutral carrier

    Customers are not tied to a specific service provider (telecom, ISP, etc.), allowing for diversity and flexibility. Additionally, data center providers can take advantage of OPTAGE’s rich fiber optics to provide a variety of network services.
  3. Green energy

    The non-fossil certificate with traceability will ensure that all electricity used by the data center is generated from natural resources such as sun, wind and water. We will actively work to reduce CO2 emissions and aim to become a carbon neutral and environmentally friendly data center.
  4. High density

    The latest high-efficiency air conditioning system and optimal airflow design allow you to handle high-density, high-load equipment. You can flexibly change your system configuration as we expect server performance and heat generation to continue to increase thanks to advances in IoT and artificial intelligence.
  5. Safety and security

    Seismic isolation design, redundant power systems, emergency generators that can run continuously for more than 72 hours, and 24/7/365 resident management provide stable services even in the unlikely event of a a disaster.

Press release

https://optage.co.jp/en/press/2023/001.html

Our website

https://optage.co.jp/en/

Contact us

https://optage.co.jp/en/form/inquiry/form.cgi

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Written by Natalia Chi

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