VMware Accelerates Enterprise Transformation In Southeast Asia To Unlock Economic Potential Of Industry 4.0
VMware announced advancements to VMware Cloud, delivering the essential Digital Foundation to support organizations looking to capitalize on growth opportunities as Industry 4.0 unfurls across Asia.
These advancements include updates to VMware Cloud Foundation, VMware vCloud Director, and CloudHealth by VMware, and increased access to Cloud Foundation-based services via new VMware Cloud in Singapore, as well as more VMware Cloud Verified partners globally.
The convergence of emerging technologies with automated machine systems is heralding a new era of smart factories in Asia, as Industry 4.0 promises to reinvigorate the region’s manufacturing industries.
With the impact of Industry 4.0 estimated to be between US$216 billion – US$637 billion a year by 2025 in Southeast Asia alone, organizations have embarked on a multi-cloud journey to build their business capabilities as they scale across the region.
This journey is being supported by two primary cloud strategies: hybrid cloud and native public cloud. Both paths are intended to open new opportunities for businesses in ways that are unique and differentiating, helping them capitalize on the region’s rapid economic growth.
“Businesses in Southeast Asia are fully cognizant of the tremendous economic impact Industry 4.0 will bring, and they are doubling down on their digital transformation efforts to capitalize on the growth opportunities that are on the horizon,” said Sanjay K. Deshmukh, vice president and managing director, Southeast Asia and Korea, VMware.
“VMware is committed to building the right digital foundations for organizations in the region, so they can thrive and succeed in the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The enhancements to VMware’s Cloud portfolio, together with the availability of VMware Cloud on AWS in Singapore can help supercharge organizations’ multi-cloud strategies as they continue to grow with the region’s continued economic success.”