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Fighting for Indonesia's Digital Infrastructure Fortune
Singpore projects that Indonesia's digital economy will more than triple from US $ 40 billion to US $ 133 billion in 2025. However, the potential for this digital economy can only be realized if it is supported by adequate infrastructure, one of which is through building internet connections throughout Indonesia.

The digital economy development roadmap through expanding internet connection opens opportunities for providers to increase business scalability. Apart from internet connection, the data center is also an enabler that plays an important role as a key business driver for local and global providers.

So the state company PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk inaugurated the third neuCentrIX data center in the Jakarta area.

Currently, the data centers owned by Telkom are spread across 13 major cities in Indonesia.