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NTT aims to stay on leading edge (The Nation)

NTT Communications (Thailand) will set up an innovation lab to provide artificial intelligence (AI), internet of things (IoT) and blockchain solutions to support the manufacturing and security insurance industries.

The firm is also investing Bt500 million to expand its data centre at Amata City Industrial Estate.Manabu Kahara, president of NTT Communications (Thailand), said that the firm has moved to set up Innovation Lab in order to showcase various innovative solutions to support manufacturing and the security insurance industries in order to help them improve the efficiency and productivity of their businesses. He added that the firm within this year will invest around Bt500 million in order to set up the third-phase expansion of the Bangkok 2 Data Centre at Amata City Industrial Estate. When it opens in July, the centre will boast a high-density 1,200 square-metre space with 2,000-kilowatt power facilitates to support Thailand’s investment policy in Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). 
 
The large investment will enable equipping the centre with a high level of stability and data security, as well as being able to provide customers with comprehensive services. The centre’s latest phase will retain the benefits of Nexcentre with its focus on quality, flexibility and cost-efficiency in responding to the business expansion and industrial investment in the EEC area.
 
IDC reported that by 2022, 15 per cent of public cloud computing in Thailand will be based on non-x86 processors (including quantum). By then, organisations will be spending more on vertical software as a service (SaaS) apps than on horizontal apps.
 
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By The Nation | April 19th, 2019

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