As a country Indonesia has a favourable position due to its strong demand-supply dynamics owing to Indonesia’s data localization policy.
Because of its enormous population, the country is also set to be the fastest growing market for data centres in SEA, with a growth rate of 22 per cent per annum over the next five years. (*Cushman & Wakefield 2019)
It has also been suggested that with Indonesia ranking first for the greatest mobile e-commerce penetration rate. The subsequent impact of 5G could hyper accelerate demand. (*Arizton 2021)
Recognising this Indonesia has spent an extensive amount of time introducing comprehensive and overarching policies and laws in preparation for this growth. (*ACCA 2020).
With countries expected to start recovering moving into 2022, what factors could help Indonesia capitalise and realise its potential? How has the moratorium affected the industry and what will be the after effects?
Want to know the answers to these questions and more? In this webinar session, we will be reflecting on how the ID Datacenter market has shifted in the past 18 months and what the future will look like in terms of investment trends, growth drivers, risks, and opportunities.