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Chief Bare Metal Cloud Strengthens Global Deployment Flexibility and Physical Security

Chief Telecom’s Bare Metal Cloud (BMC) service provides dedicated physical servers on a rental basis. Coupled with its extensive global reach, BMC offers an optimal choice with flexibility, performance, and security.

Chief Telecom builds Chief Campus digital ecosystem and launches Bare Metal Cloud, giving customers greater cloud application performance

Chief continues to promote THREE RINGS and THREE LINES that facilitates Chief Campus – an exchange ecosystem involving telecommunications, data and cloud, which elevates Chief’s position as hub of East Asian digital convergence.

Chief Telecom 7×24 direct connect to IBM Cloud

Chief Telecom announced the release of Chief Cloud Exchange (CCX) x IBM Cloud Direct Link in Taiwan to provide faster and dedicated connect services. The 7×24 hybrid cloud service will assist domestic enterprise customers to expand their cloud business.

President Tsai Ing-Wen present at the groundbreaking ceremony of Chief Telecom’s smart and green IDC

Held at 10am on Friday, Oct 15th, the groundbreaking ceremony of Chief Telecom (TWSE: 6561)’s new smart IDC welcomed VVIP guests including President Tsai Ing-Wen and other high-level government officials along with Mr. Sheih Chi-Mau, Chairman of Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), and marked its completion with them holding golden ceremonial shovels together.

Chief Telecom ready to conquer the Southeast Asia market and launch Chief Connectivity Intelligence eXchange service

Chief Connectivity Intelligence eXchange (CIX) is a one-stop, brand new multinational integrated service that provides backbone resources including international submarine cables.

Triple actions taken by Chief Telecom in full support of Taiwanese enterprises to expand both internationally and domestically

Chief Telecom, with its interlocking policies and actions covering from the frontend service provisioning, to backend cloud service platform and IDC services, is here to fully support Taiwanese enterprises with their new positioning and requirements.

Chief Telecom joins hand with SurveyCake to seize the market of cloud-based survey service

SurveyCake, the leading service provider of Taiwan’s cloud-based survey, offers convenient and smooth survey design and application just as easy-breezy as enjoying “a piece of cake”.

Chief Telecom to build new high-intelligence IDC, aiming to conquer East Asia market

Chief Telecom (TWSE: 6561) announced that it will build a new IDC with an area of 5,000 ping, seven stories above the ground and two floors underground, and able to accommodate 1,800 racks. The overall design will be matching that of smart and green buildings, and close to a Tier 4 IDC. The new IDC is scheduled to launch in 2023, which will expectantly enhance Chief Telecom’s mid and long-term business momentum and assist its expansion into the East Asia market.

Chief Telecom knocking on the door to cooperation among 10 ASEAN countries with the alliance with PLDT Global

Chief Telecom (TWSE: 6561) officially announced today that it will form a partnership with PLDT Global Corporation (PGC), the international arm of PLDT (NYSE: PHI). On a mutually beneficial basis, Chief Telecom and PLDT Global will provide one-stop-shop solutions to their customers, with services ranging from local IDC (Internet Data Center) to network.

The 4th IDC building of Chief Telecom in Taiwan will assist multinational enterprises accelerate business development

Chief Telecom, as a carrier-neutral Data Center and cloud service provider in Taiwan, announced its 4th IDC building will be in service in 2023.

Chief Telecom Partners with Oracle FastConnect to Help Enterprises Grow and Be Innovative

To solve the network issues when using public clouds and cater to the different cloud service requirements with one-stop-shop solution, Chief Telecom’s Chief Cloud eXchange (CCX) would be the best choice. For the enterprises’ key applications, without a stable, secure and high-quality network connection, enterprises will not be able to confidently migrate data to the cloud, let alone enjoying all sorts of advanced cloud application features.