Now, with the launch of MC Digital Realty, a joint venture with Mitsubishi Corporation, we are pleased that our footprint in APAC has grown again, and our ability to serve our customers has taken another leap forward. Combining the two companies’ portfolios in Tokyo and Osaka, the two most important data center markets in Japan, MC Digital Realty will aim to serve the increasing number of Japanese companies that are migrating their digital assets from on-premises data centers to third party cloud providers.
This 50/50 partnership will leverage Digital Realty’s expertise in data center design, construction, and operation, and Mitsubishi’s expertise in the Japanese real estate and IT industries. MC Digital Realty’s facilities will provide data center space, power, and interconnection services to a wide range of Japan’s well-established, thriving companies.
Easy access to central Tokyo. Minimized-risk. A location that achieves exceptionally high business continuity.
Mitaka Station is 15 minutes away from Shinjuku Station. Easy access on JR’s Chuo Line, Keio Line, or by car via the Chuo Expressway. Situated away from active faults, and on the solid ground of the Musashino Uplands, with little risk of liquefaction. (N-value: 60 or more) The Data Center is over 20 kilometers away from Tokyo Bay at an elevation of 53 meters, where there is no risk of a tsunami. Less likely to be affected by traffic restrictions in times of large-scale disasters.