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IBM, Telkom Indonesia Partner To Provide Smarter Data Center Services

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International Business Machines Corp. (IBM: Quote) said Friday that it has signed an agreement with Telkom Indonesia, through its affiliate telkomsigma, to build a data center together and provide data center operations services in the country.

The collaboration is expected to address the needs of organizations across industries in Indonesia for data center solutions, supported by reliable communication networks.

Telkom also worked with IBM to address critical location challenges, such as Indonesia's frequent earthquakes and tropical storms that can potentially bring down key communications networks. The data center, designed to endure natural disasters, is backed-up by power generators and systems that support the main power and electricity to ensure uninterrupted operations.

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