DXN has also signed an agreement with Flow2Edge that supports its edge data centre expansion operations across APAC
Modular data centre DXN is pleased has entered into an exclusive global distribution licence agreement with Flow2Edge.
The agreement is for the global marketing and export of DXN’s modular data centre products excluding Australia. FLOW2Edge is an edge product created by FLOW Digital Infrastructure (FLOW) which was founded by PAG Real Assets to develop a leading digital infrastructure platform across the Asia Pacific (APAC) region.
DXN has also signed an agreement with Flow2Edge, supporting its edge data centre expansion operations across APAC.
DXN’s CEO Shalini Lagrutta said “The DXN team are immensely proud to partner with FLOW, a high growth and innovative digital infrastructure platform, to assist in its ambitions to grow its presence in the Edge data centre market. It’s a testament to the hard work demonstrated by the DXN team and validation of our products, solutions and customer-centricity.”
This is a milestone for FLOW as we continue to invest in digital infrastructure to meet the rapidly growing demand across our markets
Lagrutta continued: “DXN has deployed modular data centres in 33 sites since inception with a total of 48 modules, predominantly into the Australian and Pacific markets. With this partnership, DXN will be able to expand into the high-growth APAC market with a solid partner. We are excited about 2023 and beyond.”
Amandine Wang, Chief Executive Officer of FLOW, commented: “This is an exciting opportunity for FLOW as we expand our footprint and enhance our capabilities to better serve our customers. This strategic partnership will enable us to leverage DXN’s superior Edge data centre design and construction expertise, allow us to efficiently manage our supply chain, and deliver EDGE-as-a-Service in the APAC region with the desired speed to market. This is a milestone for FLOW as we continue to invest in digital infrastructure to meet the rapidly growing demand across our markets.”