Indorama Ventures Pcl expects to close three deals worth around $1 billion by this year end. Meanwhile, Huawei Technologies Thailand makes the first move to invest and offer public cloud services in Thailand.
Huawei Technologies Thailand is investing 700 million baht ($21.6 million) in local public cloud services in Thailand .
The service is now available for order here
The company’s cloud-based data centre is located in Amata Nakorn City in the Eastern Economic Corridor.
Among the global cloud service providers such as Alibaba, Microsoft and Google, Huawei is the first mover to set up the data centre in Thailand.
It told the local media that the public cloud services in Thailand will also serve other countries in Southeast Asia, except Singapore. The main target customers include enterprises, government’s agencies and mobile operators.
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