The Rise of Sustainable Data Centres

Featuring insights from our Steering Committee, this exclusive whitepaper uncovers the viable solutions that can help decarbonise data centres in the Asia-Pacific region while building greater cloud solutions.

The Asia Pacific Region (APAC) is one of the fastest developing data centre regions in the world. With rapid digitalisation and the surge in demand for cloud-based services across the region, it’s estimated that by 2024 the overall APAC data centre market size will be worth around US$28 billion. It comes as no surprise then that the industry has among the highest carbon footprints in the business world today.

With data centres in the APAC region continuing to consume ever-growing amounts of energy to keep up with demand, pressure is on for operators to introduce more sustainable solutions to their data centre operations – while building greater cloud efficiency.

In this exclusive whitepaper from Digital Centre, discover the current challenges and viable solutions that can help data centre operators in the APAC region fight the rising tide of environmental challenges.


Spotlight on Singapore 
Uncover the challenges Singapore’s data centre industry is facing and the viable solutions for sustainable growth

Impact of Covid-19
Find out what impact Covid-19 is having on the sustainability of APAC’s data centres – and what can be done about it

The Future of Sustainability
Explore the solutions for reducing carbon emissions, and what the future holds for data centre sustainability.


Cloud operating model guide

Learn how market leaders are using tailored cloud operating models to ensure their objectives are met and that they’re on course for a successful future.

Ten ways Pure frees you from storage complications, forever

Modern data storage can free IT teams from tedium, save organisations up to 65% in data TCO, and empower growth at speed without any downtime. Read these ten steps to uncomplicte your data, forever.

Future-fit data storage for the modern enterprise

Legacy architecture lock-in forces organisations to go through costly and arduous upgrades or replacements as their data requirements shift. But there is an alternative. In...