The largest independent sell side advertising platform, announced a new, state of the art data centre facility in Singapore, unifying its footprint for all media types in the heart of the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.
This investment is designed to support the rapid growth in digital advertising services across the region and reinforce Magnite‘s global leadership in CTV and omnichannel digital advertising by optimising Magnite’s technical infrastructure in the region.
Co-locating Magnite’s DV+ and CTV platforms in Singapore will standardise operations and provide maximum efficiency for buyers and publishers. The investment also allows Magnite to provide the robust technical capabilities necessary to support increased traffic.
The data centre in Singapore will enable Magnite to better service clients across APAC from India to Australia and Japan.
With this step, publishers can expect better performance and new monetisation opportunities, as well as increased capacity for inventory. Buyers will see better campaign performance and delivery and have increased access to new supply.
“Preparing our technological infrastructure in APAC will give Magnite a clear competitive advantage in servicing our clients and ultimately improve results. By unifying and standardising our omnichannel platform, we’ll be more agile, proactive and efficient.”
“Our tech stack needs to evolve with the demands of the industry, and we have greater flexibility to scale our infrastructure in real-time as the business scales,” said Tom Kershaw, CTO of Magnite.
Juliette Stead, Head of APAC at Magnite commented “We expect the entire APAC region to enjoy continued growth and we recognise the importance of investing in the region for the benefit of our clients.”
“Investing at scale to optimise our capabilities ensures we will be well-positioned to respond to change. We are also building out our AWS infrastructure in Singapore to further support CTV growth – including live streaming.”
“Now more than ever, we intend to be at the forefront of the strongest segment of industry growth for the foreseeable future, and ensure our infrastructure is equipped to accommodate these developments,” says Juliette Stead.