Faasri facility allows your business to optimize its operations through secure, scalable, and redundant facilities. Colocation solutions offer businesses space and bandwidth for their systems. Businesses are then...

Disaster Recovery

A dedicated disaster recovery site gives you a fully built, power-protected, and secure infrastructure that provides a back-up site in case of emergency; or can act as your primary site to save the costs of operating and maintaining...

Cloud Computing

Cloud computing provides a vastly more efficient, flexible, and cost-effective way for IT to meet escalating business needs: IT as a service. Faasri data center offers you an evolutionary and practical path to this new model...

"Faasri Data Centre, we named it SANGGAR KESATRIA LIEMA, is the 1st Tier-4 Standard (currently running on Tier-3) Data Center ever built in Indonesia with best possible quality, ultra reliable and scalable data center solution, designed to meet all business segment specification.

With access to all major Network Provider, SANGGAR KESATRIA LIEMA is proud to be a Telco Friendly Facilities, that's translate into an interconnection for your mission critical application between your Head Office and Branch Offices is no more just a patch away.

Located just 45 minute south from Jakarta's Central Business District, the facility is best suitable for Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) & Co-location & Cloud Computing Platform that need a 99.9998% Uptime Facilities."


Faasri  offers a true  Tier IV ready ( running on Tier III operation ) enterprise-class data centers to provide a flexible and scalable foundation for the best in reliable, cost-effective and secure ICT and internet infrastructure.

  • Highest industry specifications.

  • Carrier neutrality

  • Flexible solutions



Tier 1

Tier 1 was put into effect in 1965. Tier 1 is the data center with the least amount of redundancy and availability. It is the most basic data center. With a Tier 1, you are looking at:

  • Delivery Paths (between server and Internet): 1
  • Site availability: 99.671%
  • Redundant Components: None
  • Annual IT downtime: 28.8 hours

Tier 2

Tier 2 was mandated in 1970. With the increase of technology came an increased need for better data centers. Tier 2 is a slight upgrade to the Tier 2. With a Tier 2, you are looking at:

  • Delivery Paths (between server and Internet):1
  • Site availability: 99.749%
  • Redundant Components: Redundant server hardware
  • Annual IT downtime: 22 hours

Tier 3

Tier 3 was when multiple power and cooling paths was added and a large stride in reducing downtime occurred. With a Tier 3, you are looking at:

  • Delivery Paths (between server and Internet): 1
  • Site availability: 99.982%
  • Redundant Components: Power, cooling, and hardware redundancy
  • Annual IT downtime: 1.6 hours

An example of a Tier 3 data center is Tata Communication’s London Data Center.

Tier 4

The difference between Tier 3 and Tier 4 is that last mile. Tier 4 data centers added redundancy to the delivery paths enabling higher availability. Tier 4 is currently the pinnacle of data centers. With a Tier 4 you are looking at:

  • Delivery Paths (between server and Internet): 2
  • Site availability: 99.995%
  • Redundant Components: Redundant power, cooling, hardware, fault tolerance
  • Annual IT downtime: 0.4 hours

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