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The Great Place to Work® recognises us for being the best in Inspiring, Speaking, Thanking, Developing, Celebrating & Contributing. Our work culture=trust+mutual respect+integrity+diversity+inclusion.

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Data Centres of the Future and Asia Pacific Interconnectivity Demands

Data centres and carrier neutral colocation facilities in the Asia Pacific region need to utilize a minimum of four undersea cables on each global route to offer the needed reliability and availability to client organizations, states an industry study.