Tsuen Wan

MEGA Gateway: The Next Connectivity Hub

1 Ma Kok Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

MEGA Gateway is the state-of-the-art addition to SUNeVision MEGA Campus, positioned as the next connectivity hub extended from MEGA-i. This enables MEGA Gateway customers to interconnect with major cloud gateways and hundreds of global and local IT service providers in MEGA-i through SUNeVision’s inter-data centre MEGA Connect. Featuring high power density and exceptional connectivity with robust high-performance fibre coverage, MEGA Gateway is built to support mission-critical IT workloads with its future-proof infrastructure. The strategic location in Tsuen Wan, the centre of Hong Kong, enables it to serve as a critical pathway to the world and mainland China. MEGA Gateway has been certified for LEED Gold Building Design and Construction.

Unrivalled Power Density

  • 200K sq. ft. Gross Floor Area (GFA) and 20MW power capacity with on-premise 132kV for high-power supply
  • En-bloc data centre purpose-built for customisation
  • Dual power lead-in paths to the building
  • Modular design with optimal floor height and high floor loading perfectly designed to meet today and future needs of cloud services, telco carriers, ISP and high-power density applications

Exceptional Connectivity

  • Connectivity edge extended from MEGA-i, the most carrier-dense co-location site in the world*
  • High-speed connection to other data centres on MEGA Campus through a dedicated dark fibre network and around 15,000 cross-connects
  • Diversified telecom lead-ins for flexibility and resiliency
  • Full diversity and redundancy of connectivity route intra-building

Strategic Location

  • Strategically located in Tsuen Wan, the central hub in Kowloon and New Territories of Hong Kong
  • Well positioned as a strategic springboard connecting customers to mainland China from the rest of the world, vice versa

* TeleGeography "The State of the Network" 2022 Edition

SUNeVision Data Centre Footprints

Facilities on MEGA Campus are interconnected through a dedicated dark fibre network