Pioneering the First Solar-Powered Data Center in Indonesia

DCI Indonesia and Salim Group Inaugurate Second Data Center in Karawang, Pioneering the First Solar-Powered Data Center in Indonesia

PT DCI Indonesia Tbk (DCI) and PT Datacenter Indonesia Sukses Makmur (DISM) are excited to announce the inauguration of their second data center, H2-02, and office facilities at the H2 Data Center Campus in Karawang, near Jakarta. This significant milestone represents DCI Platform’s ongoing expansion efforts. With the addition of H2-02, the H2 campus now features two data centers and an office building, providing a combined capacity of 27 MW IT load to accommodate the needs of over 150 global enterprises and cloud companies.

H2-02 sets a new standard as the first solar-powered data center in Indonesia, with a capacity of up to 30 MW generated from solar power facilities on a dedicated 30-hectare land within the H2 campus. This sustainable approach aligns with DCI’s vision to create a greener future for the rapidly growing digital economy in Indonesia. It marks the first step towards establishing green data centers in the country.

The H2 campus offers scalability and caters to the computing requirements of hyperscale companies and global cloud providers. Furthermore, it serves as an alternative hyperscale site to the H1 Data Center Campus in Cibitung. The H2 campus provides excellent connectivity with separate fiber paths to strategic locations, including the Cyber 1 building and all other DCI Platform data centers, acting as vital cloud interconnect zones.

CEO of DCI Indonesia, Toto Sugiri, expressed his satisfaction with the H2 campus, emphasizing the commitment of the strategic partnership between DCI Indonesia and Salim Group to strengthen Indonesia’s digital economy infrastructure.

Director of PT Datacenter Indonesia Sukses Makmur (DISM), Ricky Garyati, highlighted the focus on technological advancements, comfortable workspaces, and environmental support through renewable energy sources in the design of the H2 data center campus.

Together with Salim Group, DCI Platform will continue expanding across Indonesia to foster data sovereignty. By the end of 2023, DCI Platform is projected to operate with an impressive 82 MW IT load capacity, contributing significantly to the country’s digital infrastructure development.