Singapore functions as a global business hub across finance, IT, shipping, biotechnology, and many other advanced economic sectors. The city-state punches well above its size with its ease of doing business and strong access and connectivity to all of Asia.
Singapore has connections to 22 undersea cables, with four more coming online throughout 2019 and 2020, providing additional links to the rest of Southeast Asia, Australia, and the United States. This fiber and Singapore’s relatively central location in Asia allows for low latency to many key regional markets. Power does remain the costliest in Southeast Asia and among the most expensive in the world for major data center markets, though this is widely viewed as offset by the many other benefits on offer. Read More >>