Huawei joins hands with PlanetComm to elevate competition in Thailand’s Data Centre Market

Huawei joins hands with PlanetComm to elevate competition in Thailand’s Data Centre Market

Huawei Digital Power Thailand has joined hands with Planet Communications Asia Plc. (PlanetComm), effective 3 October 2022, to penetrate the data centre market in Thailand via their new Prefabricated AIO Data centre FusionModule DC 1000A, with the aim of providing Thailand with one of the most advanced environmentally-friendly data centre solutions available.

Mr. Logan Yu, President of Digital Power Dept, Huawei Technologies (Thailand) Co., Ltd., said about the partnership: “As one of the world’s leading green-energy technology providers, Huawei Digital Power is committed to providing the most advanced data centre modules to its partners and customers. Huawei is honoured to provide our environmentally-friendly prefabricated data centre module to PlanetComm. As a partner, Huawei will offer the most efficient data centre facilities possible as well as providing our wealth of knowledge and experience to PlanetComm. We believe that this collaboration will greatly benefit Thailand’s data centre market and marks a significant step forward for green data centre trends across Thailand and global industries.”

Mr. Prapat Rathlertkarn, CEO of Planet Communications Asia Plc., punctuated the start of the long-term partnership between the two parties by underlining another significant development in data centre trends in Thailand: “With the Government announcing tax exemptions for businesses related to data centres in Thailand, the demand for data centres has undeniably grown. PlanetComm is looking for a partner that meets our high standards and requirements for data centres. Huawei’s Prefabricated AIO Data centre FusionModule DC 1000A more than meets the level of efficiency and reliability we are looking for. With the same mission and vision, we are very pleased to welcome Huawei into an alliance with PlanetComm and will continue our goal of introducing new technologies to the market in accordance with the increasing needs of data centre trends in Thailand.”

Under this collaboration, both PlanetComm and Huawei aim to bring forward the new Prefabricated AIO Data centre FusionModule DC 1000A to Thailand’s markets, an all-in-one solution for outdoor edge data centres. The solution offers higher efficiency, lower carbon emissions, quicker delivery time, a longer lifespan, and better O&M efficiency than traditional data centres. 

Mr. Prapat Rathlertkarn added: “In addition to being one of Huawei’s most recent value-added partners, PlanetComm is also an experienced data centre technology provider that stands as one of the most significant players in the data centre market in Thailand, largely thanks to its vast experience with containerised data centres, telemedicine, smart pole for digital cities, Cloud CCTV, and more. PlanetComm aims to become a key digital technology provider that offers the best green ICT infrastructure to its partners and customers, a vision that coheres neatly with Huawei’s vision for the future. Through this partnership, PlanetComm and Huawei Digital Power Thailand aspire to promote prefabricated data centre modules in Thailand’s markets and are committed to continue this initiative in accordance with rapidly increasing zero-carbon trends and the need for reliable data centres in Thailand.”




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