Global power management company Eaton has announced that Televisi Republik Indonesia (TVRI), a long-standing public broadcaster in Southeast Asia’s largest economy, has adopted Eaton’s iCube 2.0 Micro Data Centre (MDC) as part of its Digital Transformation plans.
Deployed at TVRI’s Jakarta headquarters, the Eaton iCube 2.0 supports the company’s long-term goals of digitalising its operations across its 29 regional branches and delivering consistent, high-quality services to viewers across Indonesia’s 18,000 islands.
TVRI’s latest digitalisation efforts come off the back of on-going transformation of its business model. Having launched its digital broadcasting services in 2010 and subsequently rolled out its online streaming and video-on-demand services in 2018, TVRI sought to become a platform that can be accessed anytime, anywhere.
However, with branches that spread across Indonesia’s dispersed geography, including some located in remote areas that do not yet see widespread power distribution, ensuring uniformed Digital Transformation across its network was a challenge.
Designed to provide an ‘all-in-one’ data centre infrastructure solution with all components integrated and configured before being shipped out, the Eaton iCube 2.0 was quickly set up at TVRI’s headquarters.
Powered by Edge Computing technology, it provides computing and storage support in close proximity to the source, minimising data latency and optimising bandwidth at the main branch in Jakarta. This has led to improved efficiency at TVRI’s headquarters, enhancing real-time responsiveness and instantaneous communications – key capabilities that are critical for broadcast networks.Click below to share this article