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11 January 2017
| Bill Boyle
1-Net and Burst Networks have signed an agreement to partner on the development of Burst's new data centre in Myanmar.
1-Net Singapore has signed an agreement to partner with
Burst Networks in Myanmar, providing data center
consultancy, support and design capabilities for its new
The data centre is located in the Thilawa Special Economic
Zone (SEZ) in Yangon. It is Myanmar’s first
accredited Tier IV data centre.
DealStreet Asia has reported that the data centre and its
network were approved last October, with Burst raising $12
million to build both. Burst expects the facilities to be ready
March 2017 and open for business in April. Burst plans to use
$8 million for the part that covers the data center, civil
works, satellite equipment.
The remaining $4 million will for operations, expanding
satellite network and wifi networks in the country. Burst is
looking to existing partner CA for investment and hopes to
bring on additional strategic partners.
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