Zenlayer has expanded its footprint in Indonesia by adding five points of presence (PoPs) in Jakarta, Denpasar, Surabaya and Semarang that will address the region’s growing demand for colocation and connectivity services.
With the third largest youth population in the world and 130 million social media users, Indonesia is set to become the largest digital economy in Southeast Asia. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need cloud technology to drive growth and are backed with support from the government, which aims to create by 2019 at least 20,000 new SMEs in the manufacturing sector alone.
By expanding its network, Zenlayer can provide customers with a number of advantages, including high performance and resiliency, low latency and improved quality of service (QoS). This will strengthen Zenlayer’s capability to sell private line circuits and connect customers globally.
Today, the company has three PoPs in Jakarta – JKT1, situated five miles away from the Central Business District, JKT2, a Tier III data center with industry-leading security features, and JKT3, a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) with over 54,000 square feet of space in a city southwest of Greater Jakarta.
Its three PoPs in Denpasar (DPS1), Surabaya (SUB1) and Semarang (SRG1) also offer security, reliability and interconnectivity to enable businesses to transfer data cost effectively and quickly.
Outside of Indonesia, Zenlayer’s APAC coverage area includes key global markets such as China, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, India and more.
With government initiatives toward a digitalized economy and the rapid growth of SMEs, Indonesia serves as a promising market for data center growth.
To discover how our Indonesia data center colocation services can help you expand to new markets, contact a Zenlayer expert today.