Logos and Pure Data Centres (DC) have established a partnership aimed at developing data centre infrastructure across the Asia-Pacific region.

The partnership expands on a relationship between Logos and Oaktree-backed Pure DC which, in June, launched a joint project to build a 20MW hyperscale data centre in Jakarta.

Logos’ head of infrastructure, Frederic Devos, said there was an acute undersupply of mission-critical data centre infrastructure in Asia-Pacific.

Martin Lynch, CEO of Pure DC, said: “This partnership will enable us to deliver the large-scale sustainable data centres that customers demand, across the 10 geographies in which Logos operates and holds assets.”

Lynch said the partners were positioned to provide a “greatly simplified and repeatable delivery solution” for the world’s leading technology companies as they seek to expand in multiple geographies across the region.

Logos managing director and co-CEO, Trent Iliffe, said: “Our existing partnership with Pure DC has evolved to accommodate Logos’ new approach to developing and investing into fully-fitted data centres.

“We believe this expansion of our relationship provides a unique gateway for the many international clients seeking to enter this region through a consistently repeatable interface on a one-stop basis.”

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