November 25, 2016

Telkom launches new data center in Singapore

The data center was launched through Telkom’s subsidiary, Telin Singapore

This week, Indonesia’s telecommunications firm Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) has announced the launch of a state-of-the-art data center “Telin-3” in Singapore’s Jurong Data Center Park. This facility has been launched through the company’s subsidiary, Telin Singapore.

The company says that the facility occupies 20,000 of space and is designed as a premium data center. It is the first in Singapore to receive Tier-IV design certification from the Uptime Institute. The construction of the facility began in June last year

Arif Prabowo, Vice President for Corporate Communication, Telkom Singapore said :

Telin-3 is designated to absorb the rising demand for a data center in the region.

Our existing data centers, Telin-1 and Telin-2 in Changi, Singapore, have been overwhelmed due to high demand.

Septika N. Widyasrini, Telin Singapore’s CEO said that Telin-3 would also run as a carrier-neutral data center in which Telkom group submarine cable systems are connected via Telin Singapore’s domestic fiber network.

She added :

This well-connected network infrastructure will position Telin-3 as a telecommunications hub as well as a gateway to Indonesia and the rest of the world.

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