1-Net Partners with Cyber CSF and TCCT to Facilitate Data Center Expansion in Asia
The partnership with Cyber CSF in Indonesia and TCC Technology in Thailand will provide customers with seamless access to data center services as they look to expand in Asia
Singapore, 16 Oct 2014
1-Net today announced strategic partnerships with Cyber CSF in Indonesia and TCC Technology (TCCT) in Thailand to provide customers with seamless access to data center services as they look into expansion in Asia. The collaboration will see 1-Net, Cyber CSF and TCCT expand their capabilities through the harmonization of key operations, creating a heterogeneous network of data centers.
Customers of 1-Net, Cyber CSF and TCCT will now have access to a comprehensive portfolio of data center services, cloud, network and security solutions through this combined data center footprints across Asia. This single customer interface across different markets with a uniform service level agreement (SLA) will improve efficiency and make it easy for customers to expand their data centers in the region.
“We are happy to partner with the Asia’s key data center providers to facilitate data center expansion for businesses across Asia. Together with Cyber CSF and TCCT, we are working toward sharing a common product management platform that will allow us to offer our services in a harmonized manner” said Mr. Wong Ka Vin, Managing Director of 1-Net.
Customers will now be able to procure data center space and services from 1-Net in Singapore as well as providing options to expand to TCCT’s three data centers located in Thailand and Cyber CSF’s data center in Jakarta. This partnership complements 1-Net’s recently announced 1-Net North, a 200,000 square feet data center, which targets to be operational in the last quarter of 2015. This allows the parties to provide a comprehensive suite of services which will contain common obligations, terms and conditions, and operation methodology to govern the commercial arrangement.
New partnerships meet growing demand
In recognition of the growing demand in the region, 1-Net’s partnership with Cyber CSF and TCCT is the latest in the company’s regional expansion milestones in the Asia. All parties will work towards sharing a common product management platform that allows them to productize, organize and publish the services in a harmonized manner.
With increasing digitalization, the demand for data center services will grow as these economies grow. According to Datacenter Dynamics Intelligence, the ‘white’ space or raised floor of data centers in Asia Pacific will grow at a CAGR of 9.1% over the period from 2012 to 2015 to 98.1 million square feet.
TCCT has three data centers located in Thailand – Empire Tower Data Center (ETDC) in Central Business District of Bangkok, Bangna Data Center (BNDC) near international airport, Bangkok, and Data Center at Amata Nakorn (AMDC) in the eastern part of Thailand. TCCT also has a “Carrier Neutral” policy, making them a centralized hub of premium ISPs and telcos, offering customers greater choice for their connection requirements.
Mr. Kosit Suksingha, Executive Director of TCC Technology said, “TCCT and 1-Net have worked as partners for more than 10 years, collaborating on various projects, done joint Research and Development (R&D), and shared knowledge on best-practices and technology. We are committed to serve market demand and create business value for customers. Today we are proud to officially announce that our best-in-class data centers have become one and are utilizable by our customers throughout Asia Pacific.”
Cyber CSF’s purpose-built data center is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. Their facility is designed with redundancy to meet Tier 3 availability and reliability standards. The data center is listed as Uptime Institute Tier 3 Designed Certified. At Cyber CSF, customers are ensured continuous power, precision cooling, connectivity and security.
Mr. Daniel W. Korompis, President Director of Cyber CSF said, “We’re glad to be part of this initiative, which seek to achieve consistent customer experience across a regional data center footprint. With our team of technical experts, we will leverage on the best practices to deliver optimal operations across the three countries.”
About TCC Technology (TCCT)
T.C.C. Technology Co., Ltd. (TCCT) is a member of TCC Group, one of the largest conglomerates in Thailand. TCCT is the first certified SAP Hosting and SAP Cloud Partner in Thailand and also Microsoft certified partner, offering the best-in-class cloud-based solutions and services via the strong collaboration with various global partners. TCCT offers commercial managed hosting and infrastructure solutions designed to meet increasing demands from organization looking to outsource their information technology requirements. TCCT currently operates not only highly secured multiple world-class Enterprise Data Centers in downtown Bangkok and the city’s eastern suburbs, but also manages to cover Industrial and International Data Centers in Asia via its Asia Data Center Alliance (ADCA) network.
About Cyber CSF
Cyber CSF is a purpose-built Uptime and ISO 27001:2005 Certified Tier-3 Data Center facility outsourcing services. Our unique value-add production and business continuity management service models are designed specifically to meet business needs of industries with high availability and quality demand. Customers entrusting either their Production or Business Continuity Management with us include from such as international and local financial services, on-line ecommerce, and manufacturing, to name a few.
Located in downtown Jakarta central business district and right next to the Indonesia Internet Exchange facility, the network carrier neutral Cyber CSF with a gross built up exceeding 30,000 m2 presently is the largest Data Center facility in Indonesia. Our high quality and most advanced processes, technology, and resources are designed not only to meet the Tier-3 standard certification, but more importantly ability to sustain the surrounding nature and man-made disruptions to businesses.
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