Singapore is undisputedly the network hub of Southeast Asia. That is not likely to change anytime soon. But changes are brewing in the region. International operators are injecting fresh network investment into new locations, setting the stage to distribute new aggregation points across the region.
DE-CIX has commissioned TeleGeography to conduct an in-depth evaluation of the Southeast Asian market, scrutinizing Singapore’s role as the market hub and analyzing frontier markets in the region to see where new, increasingly localized interconnection ecosystems could flourish. Our new white paper "New interconnection markets in Southeast Asia" will specifically look at the potential for new connectivity ecosystems in five of the region’s metropolitan areas: Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Manila, and Hanoi.
Demand for high quality low-latency services
Download our white paper to learn about:
- What makes an interconnection hub a hub
- Singapore’s dominant position in the market
- Southeast Asian network dynamics
- The network, Internet Exchange, cloud, and data center markets throughout the region
There is already a strong demand for high quality low-latency gaming and streaming service throughout Southeast Asia and network advancements like 5G will only push more computing power to the edge. Download the white paper now to find out how widely distributed interconnection infrastructure can supplement strong existing hubs.