Pacnet one of the leading providers of data center platform and integrated network services announced that its data center located in Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, Hong Kong has been awarded with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certificate. Pacnet operates across 24 offices in 13 countries. Pacnet is headquartered in both Hong Kong and Singapore.
Pacnet received this LEED Green Gold certification from USGBC (U.S. Green Building Council).
Pacnet facility in Hong Kong is a Tier 3 data center and one of the first data center facilities in Hong Kong to receive LEED Green Gold certification. Pacnet says every component of this facility is energy efficient.
Some of the features of Pacnet’s facility in Tseung Kwan are: minimized water usage for landscape maintenance, solar powered lighting, highly efficient computer room air conditioning unit, water cooled chilled water system and intelligent lighting control system. This facility will provide high speed connectivity and subsea cabling network to Pacnet customers across
Pacnet Chief Executive Officer Carl Grivner said, “Earning this recognition reaffirms Pacnet’s unwavering commitment to our customers that goes beyond just delivering best-in-class integrated connectivity and managed services, but also our efforts
towards more efficient and sustainable business operations.”
Pacnet is a leading provider of data center platform and integrated network services for carrier customers and organizations across Asia Pacific. Pacnet owns over 46, 000 KM of fiber connectivity. Pacnet is headquartered in both Hong Kong and Singapore. Pacnet operates in 13 countries including India, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, Singapore, United States, Philippines, Australia, China, Thailand and Taiwan.
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