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Hong Kong Tai Po Data Centre

Hong Kong


NTT Communications Hong Kong Tai Po Data Centre is a premium data centre newly opened in late 2007. Reside inside a dedicated building for data centre, it offers unmatched scalability and resilient for the most demanding power and cooling requirements. 

The ISO-certified Tai Po Data Centre was established in year 2000 and has proved to be very popular since it was opened. It offers cost effective collocation services ranging from 1/4 rack, 1/2 rack to full racks for maximum flexibility for every budget and every customer.




Tai Po, New Territory, Hong Kong

5 minutes by car from the Tai Po Market MTR station
40 minutes by car from the Hong Kong International Airport




Power Receiving:

  • Loop path 
  • Two power substations and delivery routes 
  • UPS : UPS system with 2N redundant configuration 
  • Generator : Diesel generator with N+1 redundant configuration
Power Provision
  • Dual power feeds: PDU sources to each rack 
  • Power supply to a rack: 1.5 - 12.0 kVA (*)


Climate Control:



  • Chiller Cooler with N+n redundant configuration (Primary water cooled chiller and backup air cooled chiller) 
  • Cold aisle containment 
  • Management of temperature and humidity (23.5±1.5°C /50±10%)
Blow-out Type
  • Raised flooring climate control system 
  • Down-blow below raised floor and drawn into ceiling


Air Conditioning:


  • Air-cooling system with N+1 redundant configuration 
  • Cold aisle containment 
  • Management of temperature and humidity (18°C-26°C / 30%-70%) 
  • Target:20°C-24°C / 40%-60%





  • Reinforced concrete, seven-stories 
  • Loading capacity of raised floor: 750 kg/sqm

  • Freight only elevator, loading bay


Fire Protection:


  • Early warning smoke detection system 
  • FM200 gas fire suppression system, pre-action sprinkler 
  • CO2 handheld extinguishers for first action




  • Monitoring cameras 
  • 24/7 on-site security 
  • Pre-registration requireds 
  • Three-factor authentication (IC card, biometric authentication and PIN)




  • Carriers neutral