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Alibaba Cloud builds data centers in Indonesia and India

Tinuku ~ Internet giant Alibaba prepares to open data center in Indonesia and India. Alibaba Group through Alibaba Cloud will open data center facilities in Jakarta and Mumbai in order to encourage small and medium enterprises. This plan will be realized in this year or fiscal year of Alibaba which ends on 31 March 2018.

Tinuku Alibaba Cloud builds data centers in Indonesia and India

Alibaba Group aims to significantly increase computing resources in Asia for small and medium entrepreneurs with strong, measurable, cost-effective, and secure cloud support. The development of the data center is in line with the 1000 Startup Movement program launched last year.

"Building data centers in Indonesia and India will strengthen our position in this area as well as globally," said Simon Hu, Senior Vice President of Alibaba Group and President Alibaba Cloud.

Hu said the new Asian data center will offer a full range of services, providing flexibility for businesses and organizations to build their entire IT business infrastructure on Alibaba Cloud or run mission-critical and core applications within it.

The addition of these two data centers and one of the latest data centers in Malaysia has made Alibaba's feet more stable. Total data center built into 17 locations including in China, Australia, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, and the United States.

"Alibaba Cloud will be the first global cloud computing leader to build data centers in Indonesia," Hu said.

Alibaba has served thousands of customers in Indonesia and India. Alibaba Cloud has partnered with Global Cloud Xchange (GCX) as a subsidiary of Reliance Communications to directly access Alibaba Cloud Express Connect via GCX CLOUD X Fusion.
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