FLOU Cloud launched on Indonesia’s 75th Independence Day as multi hybrid cloud service supported by Telkom Group
FLOU Cloud, a multi hybrid cloud service, has been launched with support by Telkom Group during Indonesia’s 75th Independence Day.
Supported by the state-owned telecommunications conglomerate, the new cloud computing service is aimed at providing small and medium enterprises as well as startups with ‘next generation cloud’ technology to accelerate business growth.
“FLOU Cloud is our breakthrough by using high-end technology to manage hybrid multi cloud with high capacity and high capabilities,” said Tanto Suratno, the Business and Sales Director of FLOU Cloud.
The solutions offered by FLOU Cloud include compute, storage, network and security as well as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS).
The services are supported by IT infrastructure in more than ten Uptime Institute Tier 3 and Tier 4 certified data centers and more than 15 local and international network providers and carrier neutral data centers.
“Many companies have been affected by COVID-19. Although some are starting to rise and make updates in their business, information technology-based solutions are very important so that SME operations can continue during this pandemic,” said Mr. Suratno.
Cloud adoption in Indonesia is rising exponentially, leading to the country being considered a ‘hotspot’ for hyperscale data center investment within the next five years. The country is expected to experience investments worth over US$1 billion at an annual growth rate of 11% between 2019 and 2025.
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