MWC News: NeutraDC, NAVER Cloud and Cisco collaboration
NeutraDC, NAVER Cloud and Cisco have entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), as part of a new collaboration between the connectivity giants.
The MOU Signing Ceremony took place at this year's Mobile World Congress, in Barcelona.
Together, they will offer advanced, secure cloud solutions and services to businesses in Indonesia.
Accelerating digital transformation in Indonesia
Through these services, the partnership will work towards accelerating the digital transformation of businesses in Indonesia.
NAVER Cloud and Cisco will provide cloud-based services to the region. Alongside this - as NeutraDC is a brand of PT Telkom Data Ekosistem - the MOU enables all parties to leverage TDE’s local knowledge and data centre infrastructure, to ensure these services are as secure and reliable as possible.
A hub for TDE’s data centre resources in Indonesia, NeutraDC offers a robust digital ecosystem where any party, including hyperscale players supported by Telkom Indonesia, can tap integrated digital infrastructure with comprehensive network connectivity.
“We are happy to have NAVER Cloud & Cisco to support our flagship hyperscale data centre in Cikarang, Indonesia. The MOU will promote collaboration and knowledge-sharing between the three companies, which will result in developing talent and skills in cloud computing in Indonesia,” commented Andreuw Th.A.F, Chief Executive Officer, Telkom Data Ekosistem (NeutraDC).
“The benefit to local companies in Indonesia is enhanced agility, scalability, and cost efficiency to better compete in the digital economy.”
“At Cisco, partnerships are at the heart of everything that we do, which is why we are excited to be working with NAVER Cloud and PT Telkom on this innovative venture. With their unparalleled industry expertise and our cutting-edge technology, we believe we can offer a premier telco cloud solution to Indonesia, driving economic growth to new levels,” added Sanjay Kaul, President, Service Provider, Asia Pacific and Japan, Cisco.