Frasers Property certifies four local assets with benchmark Wiredscore digital connectivity
Real property giant Frasers Property has certified 4 Singapore assets with Wiredscore Platinum accreditation. The buildings that have achieved this substantial sign for their overall digital capabilities and smart structure campaigns are Frasers Tower, Alexandra Point, and Alexandra Technopark Block An and Block B.
He adds in which this attempt aligns with the team’s path to reimage the use of work areas with advancement and digitalisation. “We aim to establish greater criteria in the constructed environment with cutting-edge, inclusive, and also lasting spaces and services across our growths.”
This success means that almost all four properties have a strong online infrastructure allowing tenants to use reliable and also reliable connection resources. Every real property additionally includes at least 4 high-speed net providers and also a landlord-owned fibre backbone, enabling the swift deployment of information solutions and reducing lessee installation time.
” The WiredScore Platinum accreditations are a testament to our solid furthermore continuing efforts in including the highest possible standard of online framework in our commercial properties,” states Jack Lam, Frasers Property Singapore’s chief operating official of commercial.
The group’s company unit, Frasers Property Singapore, takes care of the four properties. Wiredscore is a global benchmark and accreditation that acknowledges best-in-class online infrastructure features in structures.
Wiredscore says only seven structures in Singapore have attained its Platinum accreditation for virtual connectivity. Keppel Bay Tower, Paya Lebar Green South and Shaw Tower are the other buildings.