The need for data centers in Indonesia has increased. In this pandemic period, there are more and more data center needs, especially with the increasing use of online-based applications ranging from meetings, learning, to shopping. With so many digital applications that utilize cloud services, Indonesia has the potential to become a large-scale cloud service market in the world. Data centers in Indonesia are getting more attention. The government is currently in the political process to immediately make regulations on data protection in Indonesia. As the trend of digitization develops in Indonesia, there is an increasing demand for adequate digital infrastructure. One of the infrastructures that is quite highlighted during 2020 is the data center. This is indicated by the large number of investments that enter this industry, both nationally and globally.

 

During this pandemic, there are more and more data center needs, especially with the increase in data centers the use of online-based applications ranging from meetings, learning, to shopping. The emergence of many digital applications also makes the need for Data Centers increase. Large foreign companies such as Google, Amazon, Tencent, Alibaba, and Microsoft are eyeing Indonesia and making Indonesia a potential market. Several domestic companies such as Telkom Indonesia and DCI Indonesia are also developing the data center industry to meet consumer needs. With so many big data center players entering Indonesia, Indonesia has become a prospective place to do business, especially for digital-based businesses.

 

Source: Technobussines.id


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