First next-generation data centre aimed at Asia Pacific-based multinationals is scheduled to open early next year in Ha Noi (capital of Vietnam), according to the investor ViNetworks. This network centre is coming at a time when the country's growth has lead to an increasing need for such centres to handle e-government, e-commerce and electronic socialisation.
Most of these solutions focus on improving energy efficiency and reducing the use and improper disposal of hazardous materials associated with the production and operation of IT equipment.
As per the recent trend, foreign and Vietnamese IT companies do not have sufficient resources to function as data centre providers. And while foreign companies find it hard to gain licences, Vietnamese companies consider technological inexperience as their most challenging obstacle.
Located at Hoa Lac High-Tech Park in Ha Noi, the next-generation data centre based on customers' particular business needs will be efficient and cost-effective. The new architecture will support strategic functions for multi-protocol connectivity, policy-based automation, and uniform management across the data centre, which ensures continuous data protection and quick recovery.