TELEHOUSE GLOBAL SPOTLIGHT: TOKYO, THE HEART OF JAPAN’S DIGITAL AWAKENING

Driven by Global Enterprises, Tokyo Has Become Asia’s Largest Colocation Market

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The telecommunications market of Japan is among the largest, most profitable and most advanced in the world. While Japan was initially slow to introduce the internet and broadband access, today the country has more broadband subscribers than all of Europe combined. In fact, driven by the demand of high-speed internet and mobility services, the Japanese telecom industry is on track to become one of the most developed global markets.

The growth of the Japan’s telecom industry can be attributed to the burgeoning middle-class and the increased interest of leading global enterprises in establishing a presence there. Recognizing the importance of enhancing the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) sector across the country to improve social and commercial development, the Japanese government has taken active steps to develop its nascent digital economy, including a more liberalized approach to foreign investments and programs to encourage technological innovation.

At the heart of Japan’s digital awakening, there is a growing demand for data center space in the country’s major metro areas, especially Tokyo, spurred in part by the need to accommodate the expansion of leading multinationals’ business across the island nation. The greater Tokyo metropolitan area, the most populous in the world, has a population of approximately 35 million. View Original Source

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