UIH focuses on intelligent digital infra

Sunti: Our infrastructure is now compatible with the latest technologies such as blockchain, internet of things, and artificial intelligence. It is an enterprise-grade open platform that is flexible, scalable, and manageable with high capacity.
 

United Information Highway (UIH) is moving towards the role of an intelligent digital infrastructure provider after launching three new business units for solution integration, security, cloud and data center.

Digital transformation is now driving demand in three areas: IT service, multi-cloud, and cybersecurity. 

According to IDC and Gartner, IT-services, IT optimization, implementation and management, are expected to see a compounded average growth rate (CAGR) of 7.6 per cent in 2022. 

The local cybersecurity market as a whole is forecast to achieve CAGR of 12 per cent in 2025, in compliance with security laws while a 30-per-cent surge is projected for multi-cloud service worldwide by 2021. 

In view of surging demand, UIH managing director Sunti Medhavikul said the company had launched three new business units providing solution integration, security service, and cloud services and data center in addition to the two existing ones for network services and international services. 

“The new units were launched early this year. We are now ready for the set-up of an intelligent network infrastructure to streamline the digital transformation process of our clients,” said Sunti. 

He said UIH aims to be an intelligent digital infrastructure service provider, offering interconnection, integration and innovations. 

The new network infrastructure is MEFCE2.0-certified, allowing connections with other networks in all countries. 

“Our infrastructure is now compatible with the latest technologies such as blockchain, internet of things, and artificial intelligent. It is an enterprise-grade open platform that is flexible, scalable, and manageable with high capacity and availability,” said Sunti. 

Up to 90 per cent the company’s revenue came from the domestic market last year, according to Sunti. 

“More revenue will come from the new services given their growth potential,” he added.

With multi-cloud and data center being high-potential segments, UIH now has two data centers with direct link to 22 others.

The data centers are average in size as it believed customers prefer multi-locations. 

source :  http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/Economy/30364291