Lintasarta, Indonesian data communications and internet service provider, announced it has achieved a 99.982% service level agreement figure with its corporate clients after adopting data center solutions by Schneider Electric.
Going forward, Lintasarta will deploy sustainable data center solution, EcoStruxure for Data Centers by Schneider Electric, on three of its colocation data centers in South Tangerang, Banten.
“EcoStruxure for Data Centers has been proven to increase energy consumption efficiency by up to 38%, energy cost efficiency by up to 30%, increase productivity up to 60% and data center uptime by up to 100%,” said Yana Achmad Haikal, Business Vice President for Secure Power Division and Energy Management Business at Schneider Electric Indonesia.
Collaboration between the two has been ongoing for a while, as Schneider Electric’s solutions have been deployed in two Lintasarta data centers in Indonesia, in TB Simatupang, Jakarta and Jatiluhur, West Java.
To date, Lintasarta’s tier three colocation data centers have served 2,400 clients across multiple sectors, including telecommunications, finance, oil and gas.
“Through the solutions offered, we hope that Schneider Electric is able to address the challenges that the industry is facing at this time so that it suits the different needs of each industry,” said Ginandjar Alibasjah, Director of IT Services at Lintasarta, during the Innovation Summit East Asia 2020.
Lintasarta has committed to continue improving the quality of their services and SLAs through more cost efficient and eco-friendly data centers.
An SLA is a formal agreement that lays out the expected level of service between a vendor and its customers once both parties work together. It is measured by key operations or goals, such as the form, quality, speed, and reliability of services.
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