DFNN Inc, a publicly listed gaming and technology business, announced a partnership with Nautilus Data Technologies on Friday to develop a data center in Bataan’s Freeport Area.
The agreed memorandum of understanding calls for the creation of a data center with the Silicon Valley tech firm Nautilus, which is recognized for its water-cooled datacentre architecture, according to DFNN’s stock exchange statement.
“Data centers cooled by Nautilus offer unprecedented advantages, including energy savings, water conservation, environmental sustainability and rapid global scalability,” according to DFNN.
“Building the country’s first green data center is critical component of a sustainable technology ecosystem that will ensure the speedy growth and evolution of the technology sector which will hold the backbone of the digital economy,” the statement continued.
It stated that with Starlink slated to begin operations in the third quarter, demand for data centers will undoubtedly increase. As a result, establishing a data center with green features is critical to remaining competitive, according to the report.
Furthermore, Globe Telecom, PLDT Inc., and other technology companies with business in the Philippines have been investing in data centers in anticipation of growing demands under the new reality.