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Sangfor Technologies is now in the Philippines

Sangfor managed cloud services aim to help accelerate digital transformation in the country.

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To make digital transformation more accessible in the Philippines, Sangfor Technologies, a leading global vendor of IT infrastructure solutions, has launched the much-awaited Managed Cloud Services (MCS) with IT Depot, an established distribution organization for Network Security and infrastructure with a wide customer base across the Filipino market.

The fast-paced growth for digital demand globally and locally compels businesses to keep up and run on data and information. This makes proper cloud management crucial to achieve productivity and prevent security issues, data loss, and untimely downtime from impeding the shift to digital.

The Sangfor MCS will ensure to make the most of cloud investment and enable organizations to be more resilient amidst the challenges in the current and future business landscape. It can be used in managing private data centers, critical applications, back-up, and DR, on-premises HCI datacenter, Container-as-a-Service (CaaS), and Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS).

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Sangfor MCS Partners are across the Philippines and other regions around the world, hosting over 1,000 enterprise-level data centers for customers in various sectors, from the government to Fortune 500 companies. Sangfor works closely with all local partners to deliver end-to-end, 24/7 managed services, simplifying and safeguarding customers’ digital transformation journey.

“Our MCS offers the cloud trifecta: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS), making it the best solution to accelerate digital transformation” shared Brian Wu, Sangfor Philippines Country Manager. “Businesses of any size can benefit from our MCS. Along with our local partners, we aim to catalyze digital transformation here in the Philippines to assist in the recovery of business and local economy,” he added.

Managed Cloud Services are proven to offer the best digital infrastructure and platform while accelerating speed and allowing IT administrators to center their work on operations rather than infrastructure needs. Sangfor MCS will be readily available for small regional businesses to global enterprises and will provide the convenience of public cloud, and the security, control, and services of a professional private cloud. It is available at over 100 globally distributed data center sites and comes packed with powerful built-in security capabilities.

Enterprises will also have the option to customize with their dedicated cloud host, storage, and networking, or choose private cloud, data, and recovery services. There are two (2) models available:

  • Sangfor Alliance Cloud: A joint investment between Sangfor and local partners in an all-in-one, easy-to-deploy-and-integrate platform. Partners invest while Sangfor delivers the technology.
  • Sangfor Subscription Cloud: A program that involves Sangfor delivering cloud software and technologies while local and multinational companies build and manage their cloud infrastructure and deliver managed cloud services to their respective customers.


For information on Managed Cloud Service, you may click on this link.

RV Cuarto is the founder and editor-in-chief of EveryTechEver, a startup team of writers and researchers. He started in tech journalism in the early days of 2012 as the founder of the successful tech site Nokia Revolution. His belt of experience spans across the industry, from consumer electronics, data operations, and cloud computing, with several brands including Dell, Nokia, Realme, and Huawei. He is also an HIV advocate and a public speaker. He spends his free time singing, playing mobile games, and experimenting with new recipes in his kitchen. Follow him on Tiktok.

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Digital Edge accelerates growth in South East Asia and the Philippines

Joint venture expands Digital Edge’s regional footprint to thirteen data centers in four countries.

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Digital Edge (Singapore) Holdings Pte. Ltd. today announced the establishment of a joint venture in the Philippines with the Threadborne Group, a local family office focused on technology and real estate.

The JV will construct and operate a 10MW data center in Manila, with a capital commitment in excess of USD100 million collectively from both parties. The new data center will be based on Digital Edge’s next-generation architecture and operated under the Digital Edge brand name.

Already under construction, the Manila data center is slated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2022. It will be the largest operational carrier-neutral data center in the Philippines. The facility also aims to be the most advanced facility in the market, in terms of energy and water efficiency, with an expected annualized PUE of 1.193 at optimal operating temperature and WUE of 1.355.  The facility will allow Digital Edge to offer flexible, high-quality colocation and interconnection services to both local and international customers in the Greater Manila region. The low PUE and WUE make the facility uniquely suitable in the market for cloud and other high power density colocation applications.

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Samuel Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Edge

According to Structure Research, the Philippines’s colocation market is expected to become a US$313M market by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 22% between 2021 and 2026. Jabez Tan, Head of Research at Structure Research, notes that “Alibaba Cloud is currently the first and only hyper-scale cloud platform to announce a cloud region deployment in Manila, Philippines, and we believe more cloud region announcements will soon follow in the next two years driven by the overall decentralization of hyper-scale cloud platforms into more distributed and in-country data center architectures to cater for the increasing performance requirements and data privacy regulations.

“The Philippines is an underserved market with huge demand for data center capacity and, together with the Threadborne Group, we intend to be at the forefront of developing the critical data center infrastructure for this market,” said Samuel Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Edge. “The Threadborne Group’s principals are experienced real estate developers with a proven track record and we are very pleased to have joined forces with them to undertake this important initiative. This venture is another step forward in the Company’s ambition to transform Asia’s digital infrastructure by building and operating the most energy-efficient and connectivity-rich data centers in key emerging markets.”

“Digital Edge’s knowledge and experience in designing, constructing, and operating data centers combined with our local real estate and customer knowledge, has created a solid foundation on which to grow this partnership,” said Raymond Rufino, Principal for Investments and Real Estate of the Threadborne Group. “Digital Edge shares our strong conviction for this market and in the importance of setting robust, long-term ESG goals. We are already receiving very positive feedback from a number of potential customers and are confident that this is just the beginning!”

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Jay Park, Chief Development Officer of Digital Edge

We are very excited about the energy and water efficiency achieved in the design of the Digital Edge Manila data center. Given Manila’s hot and humid climate, it is extremely difficult to achieve an annualized PUE of 1.193 at the optimal operating temperature, but the team has been able to achieve an impressive result,” said Jay Park, Chief Development Officer of Digital Edge.

The WUE of 1.355 is also significant in that it uses less than a quarter of the water needed for cooling when compared to traditional-style cooling tower type setups. These are industry-leading numbers. We will be seeking LEED Gold certification, EDGE certification, and participating as an early pilot partner for BERDE (Philippines Local Green Building Certification). This data center will most certainly put the Philippines into the league of having one of the most advanced data centers in Asia.

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