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Why locate your Data Centre in South Korea?

South Korea has a market economy which ranks 15th in the world by nominal GDP and 12th by purchasing power parity (PPP), making it Asia's fourth-largest economy. South Korea has one of the world’s most active telecommunications and IT markets backed by strong support from the government and boosted by an innovative private sector as well as a technologically savvy population. Spending on ICT and high-technology equipment has helped to lead a transformation of the economy. For the third year in a row, South Korea has now topped a global list ranking countries on their level of ICT access, use and skills according to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Today, South Korea is the world leader in Internet connectivity and speed. Seoul, the nation's capital, named ‘the bandwidth capital of the world’.
  • South Korea has the world’s highest number of broadband services per capita. Into 2013 over 37% of the population and 95% of households were broadband subscribers.
  • The country ranks 1st in high speed internet penetration with 45% of its population having access to internet at speeds of 10+ megabits per second.
  • Korea has established itself as a global technology powerhouse by leading the development of the ICT-based society. According to the Bank of Korea, about 30% to 40% of Korea’s total GDP growth is contributed by the ICT industry.
  • South Korea has an ambitious cloud strategy, with the Government investing US$500m to incubate the cloud for both public and private sector cloud initiatives, and a plan to raise their investment to US$2billion by 2014. South Korea aims to capture 10% of the global cloud market by 2014 and achieve a 50% reduction in IT infrastructure op-ex in the public sector by 2015.

Telehouse South Korea Data Centres

In 2000, Telehouse established its South Korean data centre based in the capital of Seoul in partnership with KDDI Korea. The Telehouse South Korea data centre is a carrier neutral facility that provides impressive security, cooling, fire protection, stable electric power and internet connectivity with redundancy making it the first choice for multinational companies with physical operations in South Korea.
South Korea Data Centres

South Korea Data Centres