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Telin and VMware build software-defined data centre in Singapore

Adrian M. Reodique | Sept. 21, 2016
It will enhance the deployment and efficiency of IT automation of Telin Singapore to improve their customer service delivery.

Telekomunikasi Indonesia International (Telin Singapore), a subsidiary of PT Telkom Group, and VMWare have built a software-defined data centre (SDDC) in Singapore.

The SDDC is Telin Singapore's third data centre in the country. It was built using VMware products and technologies for SDDC, including VMware vSphere, VMware Virtual San, VMware NSX, and VMware vRealize suite. The company has also deployed VMware solutions based on VMware Validated Design for SDDC to deliver designs that span across storage, compute, networking and management.

In a press release, Telin Singapore said the new data centre will enable "faster deployment" and "more efficient" IT automation to enhance their customer service delivery.

Through the VMware vCloud Air Network, the company will be able to extend their data centre and cloud services to global businesses which look to expand in Asia using Singapore as springboard.

"The data centre is developed to address the growing demand for premium data centre services in support of Singapore's Smart Nation vision, and better enable our customers from both regional and global markets. As such, we wanted to build a data centre that can offer our customers the highest levels of flexibility and agility," said Freddi Huang, Head of Engineering and Operations at Telin Singapore.

 

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