Jakarta, Mar 29 (ANI): Indonesia, a growing populous nation in Southeast Asia, witnesses a steadily economic growth over the last decades. The country attracts multinational companies to invest in manufacturing and financial sector.
Indonesian’s Information and Communications Technology (ICT) market is expected to grow about 10 percent annually in 2017, which is exceeding growth in most other Southeast Asian countries.
Most of the banks in Indonesia witnesses 10 to 20 percent data volume growth every year. It also indicates the Indonesian banks plan to increase their data management budget by five to 10 percent every year.
To meet the increasing outsourcing demand for Data Center cervices, Japan’s NTT Communications recently acquired CyberCSF, a Data Center operator in Indonesia.
“The country has adopted to data sovereignty. It significantly, exponentially increases the need of data center. NTT with its capability, with the quality, that it can provide the true product called Nexcenter, is the most high quality Data Center in this country,” said Director and VP of Marketing and Sales, Alvin Siagian.
NTT Communications has clients including HANA Bank from Korea and the company said they understand their
needs from international standards with the data sovereignty that requires high security.
The company is currently deploying DC services in more than 140 locations globally and continuing its aggressive investment, especially in this ASEAN and India region.
JFE Engineering started electric generation using garbage to provide electricity for garbage collecting electric car. It is first experiment in Japan under cooperation with Kawasaki city. That was announced on March 17 in Japan.
Takashi Noto, Jfe Engineering Corporation said, “Zero emission in this case is collecting garbage by electric car consuming garbage generating electricity. There is no fossil fuel. It is CO2 free. It is the system of energy circulation. After burning of garbage, electricity is generated and charges battery. That battery is equipped to garbage collecting car.”
Battery charging is available any time in the station. It takes eight hours. Change battery takes three minutes 30 seconds to run 45 kilometers. In this case CO2 is reduced 20 ton for each car. (ANI)