OneAsia Launches Business Continuity Services and New Data Centre in Chai Wan, Hong Kong

HONG KONG, Aug. 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — OneAsia, the leading cloud solution and data center services provider in Asia today announced the launch of business continuity services as well as the opening of its fifth data centre in Chai Wan of Hong Kong.

The Chai Wan facility is the newest addition to OneAsia’s data centre services, it is designed for the business continuity of mission critical operations, and to cope with the rising demand for data centre as well as cloud services.  OneAsia currently operates five world-class data centres in the Greater China region. 

Charles Lee, Founder & CEO of OneAsia said, "We conducted extensive site research to identify an existing building that is conveniently located in the city centre, allowing us to deliver professional business continuity services as well as data centre services.  Leveraging the best-in-class facilities and a strong professional team of OneAsia, our customers can achieve their goals without having to invest in equipment and resources dedicated for business continuity plan."  OneAsia’s business continuity solution addresses all essential aspects of business continuity services including data centre, IT infrastructure, connectivity, business users working space, business continuity consultancy, tape vaulting to backup and recovery solutions. 

The Chai Wan Data Centre offers customers the highest levels of security, protection and reliability:

  • N+1 redundancy on most of the infrastructure
  • Multiple levels of security
  • Carrier neutral connectivity
  • Shared conference rooms and working area
  • 24×7 monitoring and operational support

Charles added, "Not only equipped with the state-of-art infrastructure, but also our many years of owner-operator experience give us a winning combination of quality service and unmatched technical expertise that we provide to our customers."

The first phase of Chai Wan facility can provide a total floor space of over 16,000 sq.ft. and the second phase of next year will expand to another 8,000 sq.ft.  It is located off the exit of Island Eastern Corridor Expressway and 3 minutes walk from Chai Wan MTR station.