Chinese CSP QingCloud Expands into Jakarta, Indonesia 

QingCloud, a large cloud service provider (CSP) from China, has expanded its business into global markets with the launch of a data center within the main facility of one of Indonesia’s largest telecommunication operators. 

As an enabler of “enterprise-level” digital transformation, QingCloud serves customers from a wide range of industries, including finance, healthcare, manufacturing, government and energy, as well as higher education, and emerging Internet sectors.

The new facility in Jakarta, built within the main data center of one of Indonesia’s largest telecommunication operators, comes equipped with full carrier-grade reliability and security. It would ensure coverage of the whole of the Indonesian archipelago as well as link ups to all overseas lines.

India, Africa, South America 

QingCloud plans to further expand into the Southeast Asia, while opening up new markets worldwide with India, Africa and South America as the next targets on their roadmap.

QingCloud’s customer list includes a number of large businesses and institutional organizations, including the Bank of China, China Merchants Bank, Taikang Insurance Group, China Taiping Insurance Group, Jiangsu Communications Holding, Guangdong Provincial Highway Bureau, Air China, Sichuan Airlines, Sinopharm Bio-pharmaceutical, China Resources Enterprise, State Power Investment Corporation, Western Mining Group, Guizhou Water Service, Benxi Steel Group, Orion, Kangmei Pharmaceutical,, and Zhejiang Daily Press Group.