CBN has broken new ground by establishing a cloud computing data center using Ethernet fabric switching from Brocade.
The new data center infrastructure enables CBN to build a new revenue stream by offering cloud-based application services that meet the increasingly sophisticated requirements of business customers.
In a service provider market dominated by large local and international state-owned enterprises, CBN has had to maintain a competitive edge through service quality and innovation. The move to build an infrastructure platform capable of delivering high-value cloud computing services places CBN ahead of the curve and gives it the opportunity to establish a valuable new market position in Indonesia’s vibrant Telecommunications sector, which has registered real GDP growth of 6.5 % year-over-year in the first quarter of 2011, driven by private consumption and investment.
Indonesia reaffirmed its position as one of the more attractive emerging telecoms markets in Asia Pacific after the country overtook India in this quarter’s BMI business environment ratings update.