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Osaka 1 Data Center (KIX10)
Location: Ibaraki, Osaka

Our Osaka 1 Data Center is located around 20km from the central Osaka area, on stable ground at an elevation of approximately 200m, with minimal risk of flood or earthquake damage. The data center is accessible from central Osaka in around 1 hour using public transport, or in around 40 minutes by car.
The center provides IT load capacity of 7.6MW, is equipped with electrical, air-conditioning and security equipment and network connectivity, and offers Tier 3 (Uptime-Tier) performance. It is also capable of supporting average power supply of 8kW/rack, caging, and private suite configurations.
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Osaka 2 Data Center (KIX11)
Location: Minoh, Osaka

Our Osaka 2 Data Center is located around 20km from the central Osaka area, on stable ground at an elevation of approximately 200m, with minimal risk of flood or earthquake damage. It is connected with the neighboring Osaka 1 Data Center via network connections, enabling smooth usage without the need to consider the physical distances between data halls.
The center has a total floor area of 23,155m2, provides IT load capacity of 28.0MW, is equipped with electrical, air-conditioning and security equipment and network connectivity, and offers Tier 3 (Uptime-Tier) performance. It is also capable of supporting average power supply of 9kW/rack, caging, and private suite configurations.
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Tokyo 1 Data Center
(Mitaka Data Center)
Location: Mitaka, Tokyo

Our Tokyo 1 data center is located 30 minutes from Shinjuku by train, offering good access from Tokyo center. The center is situated on the hard, stable ground, over 20 km from Tokyo Bay and at an elevation of 53m, putting it at minimal risk from earthquakes, and eliminating any concerns of water damage.
The data center is comprised of two blocks: South and North. The South Block has an IT load capacity of 13.5MW, while the North Block has a capacity of 7.5MW.
The South Block is specialized towards data center usage, and offers high-level security and equipment designed with a key emphasis on energy efficiency, such as through the use of outside air introducing type air-conditioning. In addition to data center facilities, the adjacent North Block is also equipped with an office environment to cater to the diverse business needs of customers.
In terms of core data center functionality, the North and South Blocks together deliver dual commercial power supply, are equipped with self-sufficient power generation equipment capable of running for up to 72 hours, provide equipment redundancy in terms of wiring and piping, multi-carrier connections, ensure manned and automated security 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and offer Tier 4 (J-Tier) performance.
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Osaka Connected Campus Concept (KIX Campus)

In addition to its existing Osaka data centers KIX10 and KIX11, MC Digital Realty plans to construct further adjacent data centers (KIX12, KIX13 and so on) to develop a Connected Campus offering a combined total IT load capacity of over 100MW.
The development of this Connected Campus is expected to further enhance the site’s power-supply capabilities and network environment.
While each data center facility building within the campus will ensure maximum safety through complete independence, without relying on specific functionality of other buildings, the formation of a Connected Campus through mutual network connections between buildings will also enable seamless utilization of spaces by customer within each data center.
It will also be possible to expand the necessary amount of space available to each customer within the campus at their desired timing; enabling the formulation of flexible, long-term expansion plans to match the growth of your business.

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