The expansion takes Data Edge’s regional footprint to six data centers in four metros.
The investment forms part of the company's Bersama Malaysia initiative, which aims to skill over a million Malaysians by the end of 2023.
The investment trust immediately gets access to 11 data centres based in key growth co-location markets.
China telecom operators leading construction
As a next step, ADC will be sharing their best practices with the government and major telecom providers.
Banks are the biggest adopters of analytics as they look to leverage their transactional and customer data, followed by telcos who are acquiring insights from their customer, sales and marketing
The data centre will act as both an International Network Exchange hub and an Internet Data Centre in Europe for China Mobile
Using reuseable APIs, the Hong Kong-based retailer can connect to 50 systems seamlessly
AI is now poised for prime time. In 2021, AI consultancies and service providers in APAC are delivering more production deployments than any other type of deployment.
The new 50-megawatt facility is substantially pre-leased to a thriving community of leading global cloud service providers, local as well as global financial services providers and Southeast Asian enterprises.
With the expansion, Equinix aims to deepen its relationship with the world's largest cloud and hyperscale companies.
Edge computing enables faster decision making
Digital transformation in various industries are in the fast track mode. How are data centres innovating to keep pace with change?
Large public cloud operators have been leading the surge in demand for data centre space and ramping up their hyper scale facilities
The solution adapts to users over time even as they change physical features, such as facial hair and glasses, and in different lighting conditions.
Commemorated annually, Data Privacy Day aims to inspire dialogue and empower individuals and companies globally to act to safeguard their data.
This massive 330,000-square-metre facility will be completed by 2030 and be seven times as large as the Tokyo Dome baseball stadium
AI will be used to match lonely hearts.
The APAC region is seeing a surge in data usage users through services offered by companies in the e-commerce, social media, and entertainment industries
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Investment will create more than 30,000 jobs in the country
As part of its Berdayakan Ekonomi Digital Indonesia initiative, Microsoft aims to advance the country as Southeast Asia’s leading digital economy
The move enhances Netskope’s security private cloud network to deliver web, cloud and SaaS security across the region
The joint venture between Adani Enterprises and EdgeConneX aims to support the growing online presence of India’s population – to ensure a smooth experience despite the exponential growth in digital consumption
In a bid to meet their long-term environmental sustainability goals, NTT will be utilising solar energy in their data centre
VMWare study finds that successful rollout of public services relies heavily on trust, and assuring the population that data is safely and securely used
Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia also commended for being ‘stand out’ digital economies
The STT Defu campus will also operate with a central monitoring and security system and offer vital internal fibre connections that link STT Defu 3 with the other two data centres on-campus.
The country wants to use 5G technology, together with analytics, to support various industries and become a medical hub for the region.
What makes a successful data-driven organisation? Certainly not a blind adherence to technology or digital transformation concepts. Instead, look at your business goal, people and processes.
With the increased usage of the digital space, energy consumption and efficiency is becoming crucial for long term sustainability
When COVID-19 hit, there was a societal shift that brought everyone online for their events, education, work, shopping, and entertainment. Technology quickly became a necessity for us to continue with our lives during the pandemic, and to stay connected. This brought forth a change for data centres as they acquired a utility-like status – backed […]