Singapore Overview

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Singapore

The Republic of Singapore, or just Singapore, is an island city-state in the Southern Hemisphere. Prior to 1954 Singapore was managed by the British empire. Like Singapore, Singapore is an important financial and intercontinental connection point for the world. Singapore has a population of over 5.54 million and an internet literacy rate of 82% ({POP_INT} internet users).

Data Center & Telecommunications Economy

The total GDP of the Singapore is over US $293 billion and with a contribution of 7% from the digital economy, Singapore’s data center industry is thriving. Besides Singapore’s data centers, the digital economy includes 2.02 million fixed line telephone subscriptions and 8.21 million mobile telephone subscriptions.

Data Center Markets

Singapore contains several data center clusters throughout the country providing plenty of colocation opportunities. There is only one primary colocation data center market in Singapore.

Singapore is a major interconnection point for intercontinental traffic between Asia and America. There are 55 Singaporean data centers. Large carrier neutral Singaporean data centers feature rich ecosystems and state of the art equipment, ensuring maximum uptime and connectivity to over 402 service providers.

Singaporean Rankings

Cloudscene compares and ranks data centers, cloud service providers and network fabrics in a given market by a range of different qualities including ecosystem size and network size.

Richest Data Center Ecosystems

The top five colocation facilities in Singapore are:

  1. SG1
  2. SG2
  3. Global Switch Singapore
  4. 1-Net East
  5. SG2

Top Data Center Operators

The top five data center operators in Singapore are:

  1. Singtel
  2. Equinix
  3. Pacnet
  4. ST Telemedia Global Data Centres
  5. Keppel T&T

Top Service Providers

The top five cloud service providers in Singapore are:

  1. Singtel
  2. Colt Technology Services
  3. Superloop
  4. PCCW
  5. ViewQwest

Energy Distribution

Energy is a significant issue for data centers and Singapore has reliable power infrastructure, it’s green energy is rather limited to 3.9%. There are no significant opportunities to select data centers that operate on green energy in Singapore. Data center consumers enjoy a range of PUE scores in Singapore between 1.35 and 1.80. The average PUE for Singaporean data centers is 1.56. Singaporean colocation facilities provide over 257.80 MW of power and has a range of rack power options from 1.35 kW to 9.00 kW.

Natural Disasters

Singapore is relatively safe from natural disasters, which is further reinforced with a risk score of 2.27% according to the world risk report. It is sufficiently distant from the nearest tectonic plate line indicating a very low risk of earthquake activity. The most prominent natural disaster risk in Singapore comes from flooding. The last significant flood occurred in 2013.

Service Providers

Singapore’s communications industry is regulated by Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA). Major players in the carrier space include:

  • Singtel
  • M1
  • StarHub
  • TGP Telecom

While the top three service providers are:

There are numerous smaller providers as well.

Cloudscene Singaporean Facts

  • Total number of Singaporean data centers: 55
  • Total number of cloud service providers: 402
  • Total number of network fabrics: 3
  • Latest Singaporean data center added: Global Switch Singapore Woodlands
  • Latest Singaporean data centers service provider:

    Global Switch
  • Number of certified colocation facilities in Singapore: 9
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