Located in the Higashi Shinagawa district, the TY2 International Business Exchange™ (IBX®) is one of Tokyo’s main network hubs.
A seven-storey, dedicated data centre building, TY2 is the most network-dense data centre in Japan. Customers here can choose from dozens of network service providers and have direct access to key Internet exchanges like JPNAP, JPIX and BBIX.
TY2 is also joined with our nine other Tokyo data centres via the Oedo Connect Metro Connect service, making it easy to interconnect with customer and partners in their digital supply chain.
TY2 - Tokyo IBX Data Centre
Equinix Tokyo data centre TY2 and Internet exchange point offers direct access to key Internet Exchange, stock exchange and financial services partners.
Thanks to its rich connectivity options, spaces at TY2 are always in demand but not always easy to come by. With the Bit-isle acquisition, we now have three locations – TY6, TY7 and TY8 – in the same campus, offering new capacity for customers who seek low-latency connections to the network providers in TY2.
Like all Equinix data centres, these facilities offer a full range of premium colocation, interconnection and support services with high design standards, operating excellence and network neutrality.
Equinix is committed to providing standards-compliant data centres, with many of our facilities having undergone audits for SSAE16 or receiving certification for ISO or LEED. Additionally, our IBX data centres are the recipients of industry awards in a variety of categories including operational reliability, market leadership and green initiatives. Please contact us to find out more about a particular facility.
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Our global growth is closely tied to our success in the Asia-Pacific region, where continuous expansion has strengthened the capacity and appeal of our entire data centre footprint. Watch the video to see the historical highlights.