According to The Australian Financial Review, the value of Macquarie-owned AirTrunk is set to soar above $5 billion with the data centre operator poised to develop a huge data centre campus east of Tokyo.
The 300-plus megawatt project – by far the largest developed by AirTrunk to date – will include seven buildings set across more than 13 hectares of land within the data centre hub of Inzai, a small city just over an hour's drive from the Japanese capital.
TOK1 will be the sixth data centre developed and operated by AirTrunk, founded and led by Robin Khuda.
Japanese construction conglomerate Daiwa House has been appointed as the general contractor for TOK1 and will also take a stake in the project.
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