Philippines advances in hyperscale with planned data center campus

A new data center campus, Narra Technology Park, is set to be developed in the Philippines, with the first phase expected to launch in late 2025.

According to local news reports, this US$2.7 billion project aims to build a 300MW hyperscale data center facility, marking the Philippines’ entry into the global hyperscale data center market.

Manila-based Endec Group, which specializes in consulting, engineering, and project and construction management, along with Narra Technology Park Development Inc., has signed a lease agreement for a 47-hectare site in New Clark City (NCC).

New Clark City (NCC), located approximately 130 kilometers north of Manila, is a planned community within the Clark Special Economic Zone, spanning the towns of Bamban and Capas in Tarlac province. 

Managed by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), NCC is strategically positioned at the intersection of industry and agriculture, with existing infrastructure and connectivity to Manila and other parts of the Philippines. The BCDA, a key driver of national development, focuses on transforming former military bases and properties into leading economic growth centers in collaboration with the private sector.

The data center facility will be constructed in three phases, each with a capacity of 100MW. Construction on the first phase is slated to begin in August, with the goal of becoming operational by the fourth quarter of 2025.

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