DCI Indonesia And Salim Group Inaugurate Solar-Powered Data Center In Indonesia

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PT. DCI Indonesia Tbk. (DCII), the leading data center & colocation infrastructure provider in Indonesia, and PT Datacenter Indonesia Sukses Makmur (DISM) proudly announce the inauguration of their second data center, H2-02, and office facilities at the H2 Data Center Campus located in Karawang, just outside the capital Jakarta. This marks the latest milestone in the DCI Platform’s accelerated expansion. DISM, a part of Salim Group, is the official partner of the DCI Platform.


DCI has been operating the first data center in its second campus, H2-01, with a primary capacity of 15 MW IT load since November 2021. With the latest additions, the H2 campus now houses 2 data centers with a combined total capacity of 27 MW IT load and one office building to support customer work activities and business continuity. The H2 campus has the potential to expand up to 600 MW with a total campus area of up to 86 hectares. The H2 campus is designed and operated according to DCI’s world-class standards and is trusted by over 150 global enterprises and cloud companies.

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To enable our sustainability objectives, H2-02 is also supported by solar power facilities, making it the first solar-powered data center in Indonesia. The total electrical capacity generated by solar power can reach 30 MW and is built on a 30-hectare land within the H2 campus. This environmentally-conscious approach is part of DCI’s vision to build a sustainable future for the rapidly developing digital economy in the country. Powering the H2-02 data center with solar power is the first step towards building green data centers in Indonesia.


DCI Platform has the capability to provide built-to-suit data center services tailored to the specific requirements of customers. The main objectives of the H2 campus are to provide scalability and to support the computing power needed by hyper-scale companies, including global cloud providers. Additionally, H2 can serve as an alternative hyper-scale site to the H1 Data Center Campus located in Cibitung (approximately 20 km away from the H2 Data Center Campus).

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Commenting on the momentous achievement, Toto Sugiri, CEO of DCI Indonesia, said, “The opening of the H2 campus acts as evidence that the strategic partnership between DCI Indonesia and Salim Group is committed to continuously strengthen Indonesia’s digital economy infrastructure through the construction and development of future data centers.”

Ricky Garyati, Director of PT Datacenter Indonesia Sukses Makmur (DISM), added, “We proudly inaugurate the H2 data center campus, designed with a focus on balance, prioritizing technological advancements for world-class data center services, providing comfortable working spaces, and supporting the environment through the implementation of renewable energy sources.”

In collaboration with Salim Group, DCI Platform will continue its expansion in several locations in Indonesia to support the development towards data sovereignty for Indonesia. By the end of 2023, the DCI Platform will operate with an 82 MW IT load capacity.

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