Indonesia’s internet economy is a rapidly developing market. It is predicted that by 2025 the Indonesian digital economy will be worth US$100 billion, or 40% of all consumer transactions in the country.

This is driven by the rise in digital native businesses and emerging tech unicorns, drawing cloud giants to increase their market footprint in Indonesia, placing the nation on the cusp of the next phase of cloud growth.

Our data centers in Indonesia are located in both Java and Sumatra in the major cities of Jakarta, Surabaya, Bandung, and Pekanbaru.

Jakarta, Cibitung

Jakarta, the capital and the largest city of Indonesia, is situated on the northwest coast of the world’s most populous island of Java. As the commercial epicenter of the country, the government has kickstarted smart city initiatives to advance Jakarta’s technological landscape, driving market demand.

Cibitung is an emerging cloud data center hub in the east Jakarta area. Our facility, set to be a two-building campus, stands in an industrial area with access to reliable electricity from two nearby power plants. It is close to a fire station and accessible via toll and non-toll roads.

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Jakarta, Bintaro

Bintaro is a strategic location for data centers in Jakarta given its proximity to power and network resources, cloud service providers and a strong enterprise ecosystem. Located in the western Jakarta metro, our data center is close to two train stations and within 30 minutes from the airport. Our technical team is available onsite 24×7 to address any requests.

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Surabaya is the second-largest city in Indonesia and an important secondary location to Jakarta. Positioned on a different tectonic plate to Sumatra, the data center is a key alternate location supporting the capacity needs of East Indonesia. It’s conveniently situated close to the airport and the port.

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Bandung is one of the top five major cities in Indonesia and home to Indonesia’s largest technology university. Already a hub for startups, the government plans to further galvanize the city’s skilled workforce to make this Indonesia’s technology capital.

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Pekanbaru is the capital of Riau province and the third most populous city in Sumatra. As a major economic center in the central eastern part of the island, it serves as a primary center for both national and international traffic. Our facility is the only purpose-built data center in the west of the country that can serve enterprise needs.

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BT1 site is in Nongsa Digital Park, which is about 20 km south of Singapore on the North-Eastern tip of Batam. The Indonesian Government designated Nongsa as a Special Economic Zone for digital economy and tourism in June 2021.

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Why PDG in Indonesia?

Extensive reach across Indonesia

We are a pan-country operator in Indonesia with five data centers across the country both on the islands of Sumatra and Java. By covering various cities from West to East of Indonesia, we provide you with alternate data center locations to minimize business risk.

Carrier-Neutral Data Centers

PDG is the only pan-country carrier-neutral data center industry player in Indonesia. This unique feature enables us to provide you with the flexibility and independence to choose your own trusted Telecommunication provider.


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